Guest Post: EXPERIENCES OF LIVE THEATRE DESCRIPTION FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE BLIND – SURVEY – CLOSING DATE MAY 30, 2019

EXPERIENCES OF LIVE THEATRE DESCRIPTION FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE BLIND – SURVEY – CLOSING DATE MAY 30.

To whom it may concern,

 

There is a research team that is interested in understanding the impact audio description (or live description) for live theatre has on participation in meaningful activities, and improving the services provided by VocalEye, a live description service in British Columbia. The research is overseen by Tal Jarus, Principal Investigator, and researchers from UBC’s Department of Occupational Sciences and Occupational Therapy.

 

If you are:

  • 19 years of age or older
  • Sufficiently proficient in English to complete the survey
  • Blind or partially sighted

 

You are invited to complete an online survey regarding the services offered by VocalEye, whether or not you have been involved with VocalEye in the past.

 

Your responses to the survey will be anonymous. You are being asked to participate in this study because your input and feedback will help improve VocalEye’s services.

 

The consent information is available at the beginning of the survey. You are encouraged to read this consent form before deciding whether or not you want to participate.

 

Closing date of this Survey is on May 30. You can find the survey here:

 

Live Description Survey

 

If you have any questions, please contact the researchers at alexa.jacek@alumni.ubc.ca

 

Thank you for your consideration, on behalf of the research team

 

Tal Jarus, Principal Investigator, Professor,

Department of Occupational Sciences and Occupational Therapy

University of British Columbia

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