Accessibility and Usability of Ballot-Marking Machine with Assistive Technologies
The University of Baltimore is studying the accessibility and usability of a ballot-marking machine that has assistive technologies for the Maryland State Board of Elections. During the study, participants will be asked to mark and submit a ballot using a machine that has assistive technologies.
|When:||September 3 - 10, 2014|
|Call to make an appointment.|
|The study will take about an hour.|
|Where:||University of Baltimore|
|Academic Center Room, # 200 S|
|1420 N. Charles Street|
|Baltimore, MD 21201|
Participants will be paid $80 for time and transportation.
If you would like to participate or have any questions:
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