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User testing for the e-library of the Finnish Assocation of the Deaf

The new e-library of the Finnish Assocation of the Deaf has been shortlisted for international Jodi Award 2015. Can you help with user testing?

Jodi Awards

The e-library of the Finnish Association of the Deaf is one of three projects shortlisted for the international Jodi Awards. The Jodi Awards will be given at the British Library on 20 May. They are for best use of digital technology to widen access to information, collections and learning for disabled people. They are for libraries, archives and museums.


User testing

The Jodi Awards are looking for deaf people from Finland who are happy to participate in the user testing of the e-library of the Finnish Association of the Deaf. The user testing is organised by the Human and Computer Interface Research Team at the University of York, UK. The testing will take approximately 20 minutes and you can do it from your home, with your own computer. The user testing can be done any day between 7-20 April.
Do you speak Finnish Sign Language or know someone who does?
If you are interested, please contact Helen Petrie (helen.petrie(a)york.ac.uk) and Marcus Weisen (marcus.weisen1(a)gmail.com) in English or Finnish (Marcus understands Finnish.)

The questions for the user testing will be available in Finnish and in English.
thanking you in advance,

Marcus Weisen
Trustee - Jodi Mattes Trust for accessible digital culture
Jodi Awards
Consultant - Accessibilité Musées Patrimoine

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