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Reaching People Where They Are: Remote Macroergonomics Research
DescriptionPrecipitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, many work systems—including those focused on research activities—have transitioned to remote operations and many may remain remote even after in-person operations no longer present a public health risk. The ability to conduct human subjects research remotely presents many benefits but also numerous challenges. This panel gathers experts in the design, adaptation, and performance of remote macroergonomics research. They will describe their remote methodologies, and evaluate past, current, and future work in this area.