[Athen] JAWS Inspect

Stephen (Alex) Marositz smarositz at csudh.edu
Wed Mar 27 09:05:43 PDT 2019

Hi Bryon

We do not although the thought has crossed my mind.

I am curious to hear more about your rationale in considering this purchase. My first thoughts are that given that only 46% of screen reader users use Jaws according to the most recent WebAIM survey, that, unless you know that that your user base is higher E.G. you distribute Jaws to your employees, you would be better off investing in something else like formalizing manual testing procedures.
Here's the link to the survey.

Stephen Alexander (Alex) Marositz J.D. CPACC
Accessible Technology Initiative Coordinator
Information Technology Services, California State University Dominguez Hills

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Subject: [Athen] JAWS Inspect

Hi all,

Do any of you utilize JAWS Inspect from the Paciello Group (Vispero)? While I am not a JAWS user (I know enough to be effective), I am interested in this product and inquire on it's efficiency. My department is close to purchasing a 5 user license (in house for review) with the potential to share on the network with IT, webmasters, etc. I'm looking for positive and negative feedback.



Bryon Kluesner, RhD
Adaptive Technology Coordinator
Disability Resource Center
Adjunct Professor
College of Health, Education & Professional Studies
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
103 Frist Hall
Chattanooga, TN 37403
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