WebAim, popularly known for collecting and distributing data on screen reader trends over time, has recently released a new survey seeking to collect information on eBooks as used by those with visual impairments. Participants are also optionally eligible to receive a free eBook by providing their email address at the end of the survey.
The survey specifically looks at questions about popular eBook formats, textbooks, note taking, and comparing formatting and content between print and eBooks, especially textbooks. Students or those who regularly read textbooks will have more insight into some of the questions presented in this study, but it is open to all eBook readers who use screen readers.
You can read more about the survey and take it for yourself [on the Google Forms pageSource: E-Book Accessibility Survey
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