Looking for blind programmers for an interview study - $40 cash or Amazon gift card

Hello,

My name is Khaled Albusays, and I am a Ph.D. student in Computing and Information Sciences at the Rochester Institute of Technology. 
I am investigating how to improve the experience of computer programmers who are blind. 

In particular, I am studying three different audio interaction techniques to provide sound effects in order to help screen-reader users understand the indentation level when they are navigating through software code. We are looking for participants for a 70-minute interview (in-person or remote) about possible ways to interact with various sound effects via a web-based prototype. 

Participants would receive $40 cash or gift card for participating in this study.
 
Participants are eligible if they answer Yes to the following five questions:

1- Do you use a screen reader when operating a computer?
2- Are you a blind individual (someone who does not use sight) who is age 18 and older?
3- Do you have at least two years of computer programming experience and regularly engage in programming for school, work, or hobby?
4- Are you familiar with the Python programming language and JavaScript?
5- Are you comfortable communicating in spoken English and do not have other sensory or motor disabilities, e.g. hearing impairment?

If you answer Yes to all five of these questions and would like more information about participating, please contact me at auditory.research11@gmail.com so that I can answer any questions, confirm your eligibility, provide you with a study document, and schedule an interview appointment.

Thank you for your time. I look forward to having you in this study.

Best Wishes,
Khaled Albusays
Ph.D. student in Computing and Information Sciences
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, New York 14623
Email: auditory.research11@gmail.com

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