Participants Required: Impact of technology on the experience of blind and partially sighted visitors in museums

Rafie is a PhD candidate at UCL. My research examines the impact of technology on the experience of visually impaired people in museums. I am looking for participants who are blind or partially sighted, and who are interested in museums and normally use technology during their everyday life.

Here is Rafie’s information in respect to her research:

It is ok if you have never visited a museum before, and even if you have been to the chosen museum already. I will be happy to assist you in the planning of the visit, should you require so.

Participating in this study involves visiting a museum of your choice between the Museum of London, the Wallace Collection, and the Victoria & Albert museum. It will be up to you to decide which museum to visit, when, how, for how long and with whom (although I recommend doing so with a companion). After your visit, I will conduct an interview about your experience that will last about one hour. The interview will not be about the content of the museum, and it is not a test: I only want to hear from you about your experience, your opinions and your ideas.

In case you are interested in taking part in this project, I have attached an information sheet with all the details about the study and about the participation.

I will be happy to discuss this further and answer any question or concern you might have in person, via email, or via phone/skype.

In case you are not interested in taking part in this study, but know someone that could be interested, I kindly ask you to forward this message to them.

Thank you for time, and I look forward to hearing back from you!

Rafie

Rafie Cecilia
PhD candidate
UCL Institute of Archaeology
UCLIC Centre of Human-Computer Interaction

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/people/research/cecilia

raffaella.cecilia.14@ucl.ac.uk

Tel: 07404463243

 

 

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