[Siguse-l] April 16 SIG USE Webinar -- Contextual Inquiry: A Must-Have Method for Your User Research Toolbox

Rong Tang rong.tang at simmons.edu
Mon Apr 7 11:51:23 EDT 2014

Dear all,

ASIS&T SIG USE is sponsoring a Webinar on 4/16/2014 at 2:00pm EST on the
topic of contextual inquiry, an important user research method. The Webinar
is free for ASIS&T Members and $45 for non-ASIS&T members.

Here is the basic information about the Webinar:

*Title:* Contextual Inquiry: A Must-Have Method for Your User Research

*Short description:* This session will feature two user researchers from a
Boston-area company who used Contextual Inquiry to unlock the secrets of
physician workflows, starting with just a single question. They'll talk
about how to prepare for a project using Contextual Inquiry, how to engage
users and how to distill high-quality qualitative data into meaningful

*Webinar Instructors: *Kate Lawrence and Deirdre Costello


*Kate Lawrence* is an experienced user researcher focused on the
intersection of people and technology. She is passionate about all aspects
of user research - from interviewing users to analyzing usage data to
understanding how wider trends about technology impact the search
experience. Kate is an active presenter and the local and national user
experience community and was most recently published in UX Matters.

*Deirdre Costello* is a user experience professional passionate about
discovering how technologies fit into users' lives and their pursuit of
information. She has 5 years of experience in the library industry and a
background in research, analysis and writing.

*Date/Time:* 4/16/2014, 2pm-3:15pm EST

To register, go to:


We hope to see you there!

Best Regards,

Rong Tang, ASIS&T SIG USE Chair, 2013-2014

Rong Tang, PhD.
Visiting Scientist, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (February
2014-June 2014)
Associate Professor
 Graduate School of Library and Information Science
Director, Simmons Usability Lab
Simmons College
rong.tang at simmons.edu
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