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a completed screen reader survey

I just spotted this o a Google Alert for AT:
http://webaim.org/blog/screen-reader-user-survey-r...
I haven't reached the point of needing one so I don't know if it is useful or not, but I thought I ought to mention it.
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Re:a completed screen reader survey



Macular Degeneration News. from Leslie Degner, RN, BSN
offers the following good e-book check list.
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E-book reading devices offer different features and functions. Some of them won't matter to you depending on how you plan to use it.
Listed here are the features that are going to be the most important if you have low vision (and it won't be the life of the battery).
1. The Size of the Display Screen
2. Font Magnification Options
3. Text to Speech Feature
4. Glare Free Screen
5. Back Light Capability
6. Good Contrast for Easier Reading
7. Easy to Use and Download Books
8. The Option of Downloading and Reading Newspapers, Blogs and Magazines
9. Liberal Return Policy
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