We received the following information from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s Human-Centered Computing program about their need for participants for a short survey plus an interview:
In this project, we are designing and evaluating adaptive systems to support the use of the computer mouse and other pointing devices when navigating the Web. We are looking for 15-25 individuals who are 65 years or older and who are experiencing permanent or intermittent pointing problems due to hand tremors, arthritis, or other conditions that impact fine motor hand movement. The participants will be interviewed about their computer use. They will also use a computer system that we are developing called PINATA and provide feedback about their experience.