Would you like to help with a study about the importance of reading for blind and partially sighted young people?                                                                                     

LISU and The Reading Agency have been asked by RNIB to find out about the difference that reading makes to the lives of blind and partially sighted young people. To do this, they are asking visually impaired 11 to 14 year olds to fill in a short online survey about the reading that they do for pleasure (in their own time and outside of school) and what this reading means to them.

Your help with this would be very much appreciated! The results will help to make sure that the things young people want to read are available in the right formats.

As a small thank you for helping, the organisations involved are offering everyone who completes the survey the chance to win one of three £20 Amazon vouchers. The survey will be available to complete until Friday 11 April. If you are interested in taking part, please click the following link for more details and to be taken to the survey:

 www.lboro.ac.uk/microsites/infosci/lisu/forms/impact.html