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Empowering young deaf and visually impaired people: health, safety and sexuality

Sign and sound website

Final Report

Appendix 2 Questionnaire

Empowering Young People

Age: ..............................

Male or Female...................

What kind of information would you like to be able to access on the Internet?
1).............................................................................................
2).............................................................................................
3).............................................................................................
4).............................................................................................

How would you like to be able to access this information?

a) Text only

b) Text and video

c) Text and audio

d) Text, audio and video

Which do you prefer? A site with;

Lots of graphics

Just plain text

How often do you use the internet?

Every day..........................

Few times a week......................

Once a week....................

Other..........................................

Do you like the idea of a magazine based format? Yes No

If NO what format would you like to see?
.................................................................................................

What would you call the Website?
(examples: “Teen Life, Live Now, What ‘U’ going to Do?” ((sorry i am over 30))........................................................................

Would you like to see a letter/problem page? Yes No

Would you like to see articles written by people the same age? Yes No

Would you be interested in having had some kind of editorial control? Yes No

Would you be interested in having some kind of ownership of the website Yes No

Would you be willing to help record some signing videos for the website? Yes No

Is there anything you would like to say about the Internet and your age group?

Many thanks for your time and help :-)

© Scottish Sensory Centre July 2000

Empowering report