12:00 PM EDT
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In this webinar, we focus on the ability to work from home while still feeling part of the team. This includes leveraging technology to make real human connections from home, as well as balancing micro-transitions such that workers can better move between personal and professional spaces. This webinar will showcase findings and applications from the psychological and behavioral sciences and the field of human factors and ergonomics to identify some of the research questions that still need to be answered.
Moderator: Fred Oswald, Rice University
Panelists (in alphabetical order):
- Tammy Allen, University of South Florida David Evans, Microsoft Michelle Robertson, Northeastern University, University of California, Berkeley Carolyn Sommerich, The Ohio State University
This event is sponsored by the National Academies Board of Human System Integration (BOHSI) and worked in conjunction with the American Psychological Association (APA) and Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES).