Seeking scholars who use screen readers to read scientific papers to participate in a user interview
Hello, we are the Semantic Scholar Research Team at the Allen Institute for AI. Semantic Scholar is a free, AI-powered research tool aimed at helping scholars find relevant research. To learn more about Semantic Scholar: https://pages.semanticscholar.org/about-us.

We are looking for scholars who use screen readers to interact with scientific literature to participate in a user interview. The purpose is to understand screen reader needs around scientific papers and identify opportunities to improve the experience. The study will take approximately 75 minutes. Participation is entirely voluntary. All participants will be compensated for their time.

If you are interested in participating, please take 2 minutes to complete this form. If you have any questions or concerns about the study, please contact Jonathan Bragg (jbragg@allenai.org) or Lucy Lu Wang (lucyw@allenai.org).
Are you over 18 years old? *
We are asking this question only to identify appropriate participants. Your answer will be maintained confidentially.
Do you identify yourself as blind, visually impaired, low vision, or legally blind? *
We are asking this question only to identify appropriate participants. Your answer will be maintained confidentially.
How long have you been using screen readers? *
When was the last time you used a screen reader to read a scientific paper? *
How many scientific papers do you normally read in a year? *
Name *
Email *
Are there any accommodations you will require to participate in the study that we should be aware of? (e.g., fatigue, equipment, communication, etc.)
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