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The Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI) at the Georgia Institute of Technology is developing tools to help people with disabilities and their support networks decide what assistive technology might help them reach their goals. These decision tools will be digital and accessed through web-based interfaces. The goal is to provide resources that could be used to help decide what assistive technology to use and they would like your help in designing and developing the web-based interfaces for the tools. 

If you use assistive technology, they invite you to participate in small group interviews. These interviews will be no more than 90 minutes in length and held over Zoom’s virtual platforms. They want to know how you go about finding information on assistive technology, which web based interfaces you commonly use, what type of information is helpful to you, what features of these interfaces are beneficial and which ones aren’t so beneficial, and how you might use specific types of information to make decisions about assistive technology use. You will be paid $40 for your participation.


If you are interested in participating, please contact Maureen Linden at Maureen.linden@design.gatech.edu or 404.894.0561

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