UCL survey on use of technology for nature-based learning by people with and without visual impairments

11 June 2019
Source: UCL: Maryam Bandukda

Maryam Bandukda is a PhD student at University College London Interaction Centre. Her UCL Logoresearch explores the role of technology in mediating engagement with nature for people with visual impairments. She intends to use the findings from this survey to inform the design of assistive technologies that can be used by people with visual impairments to learn about the natural environments in outdoor setting.

You can email her on m.bandukda@ucl.ac.uk if you’re interested in learning more about her research.

Maryam Is looking for participants to take this online survey on how people with and without visual impairments use technology in outdoor nature for exploration and learning https://uclpsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6gJJ4wcDRtZEcIZ

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