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Hi everyone,

Thank you for the session the first week of March, it was very helpful. I know many of you are meeting in Chicago at Midwest Educause Regional conference, so I hope this request isn't overloading you in any way.

CU Boulder is currently engaged in an accessibility of IT study for our entire campus, involving representatives from all over campus, system, legal, procurement. As part of the study, the University is seeking the perspectives of peer institutions across the country regarding current practices and priorities for improvements. We would like to have our contracted research group, National Research Center (NRC), interview about 16 Universities using the attached questions "Interview questions March 2013.docx". We need your help! It is often difficult to find the appropriate person that could answer these questions, so I am asking if you are willing to be interviewed, and could you send me your contact information if you are willing.

In addition, if you would rather just take the attached word document and fill it in and email it back to me, we would love additional feedback that way too.  We appreciate your expertise in helping us proactively move forward with our own EIT accessibility policies and improved services.We will be happy to share the results, our Literature Review, and our final strategic direction with anyone that would like it.

I know some of these questions are on the Core Data Survey, but we are trying to wrap up our strategic direction from our study, and wanted to get some validation data sooner than later. Also our institution didn't participate last year so I cannot get access to the results of the accessibility questions.

Thank you and please let me know if you need an alternate format to MS Word for the attached interview questions document.

Michelle Clifford
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Michelle Clifford
Program Director, Teaching & Learning Technologies
OIT – Architecture and Program Management
University of Colorado at Boulder
303-492-4136
michelle.clifford@colorado.edu





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Hi all,

Just a gentle reminder, or a gentle begging, for more volunteers to be interviewed for our study? Or to fill out the questionnaire? We got 3 volunteers so far and we would like to have around 16 interviews or forms filled out…

Thank you in advance, and pretty please?
Michelle

From: MICHELLE CLIFFORD <cliffm@colorado.edu>
Reply-To: The EDUCAUSE IT Accessibility Constituent Group Listserv <ITACCESS@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU>
Date: Monday, March 18, 2013 11:33 AM
To: "ITACCESS@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU" <ITACCESS@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU>
Subject: Re: [ITACCESS] Assistance with our EIT accessibility study

Hi everyone,

Thank you for the session the first week of March, it was very helpful. I know many of you are meeting in Chicago at Midwest Educause Regional conference, so I hope this request isn't overloading you in any way.

CU Boulder is currently engaged in an accessibility of IT study for our entire campus, involving representatives from all over campus, system, legal, procurement. As part of the study, the University is seeking the perspectives of peer institutions across the country regarding current practices and priorities for improvements. We would like to have our contracted research group, National Research Center (NRC), interview about 16 Universities using the attached questions "Interview questions March 2013.docx". We need your help! It is often difficult to find the appropriate person that could answer these questions, so I am asking if you are willing to be interviewed, and could you send me your contact information if you are willing.

In addition, if you would rather just take the attached word document and fill it in and email it back to me, we would love additional feedback that way too.  We appreciate your expertise in helping us proactively move forward with our own EIT accessibility policies and improved services.We will be happy to share the results, our Literature Review, and our final strategic direction with anyone that would like it.

I know some of these questions are on the Core Data Survey, but we are trying to wrap up our strategic direction from our study, and wanted to get some validation data sooner than later. Also our institution didn't participate last year so I cannot get access to the results of the accessibility questions.

Thank you and please let me know if you need an alternate format to MS Word for the attached interview questions document.

Michelle Clifford
-- 
Michelle Clifford
Program Director, Teaching & Learning Technologies
OIT – Architecture and Program Management
University of Colorado at Boulder
303-492-4136





********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

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