InTrans / Apr 27, 2016
U. of Minnesota’s Nichole Morris is final Transportation Research Webinar Series presenter, May 10
Nichole Morris will present “Computerized Crash Reports Usability and Design Investigation” during the final edition of the Transportation Research Webinar Series on Tuesday, May 10.
Morris is the lead researcher in the HumanFIRST Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and a research scholar at the Center for Transportation Studies at the University of Minnesota.
The free webinar is from 11 a.m. to noon (CST). The theme of the series is Moving Research into Practice.
TRANSPORTATION WEBINAR SERIES
Computerized Crash Reports Usability and Design Investigation
May 10, 2016, 11 a.m. – noon central time
There is no cost to attend this webinar.
Midwest Transportation Center, Iowa State University
Roadway Safety Institute, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Nichole Morris is the lead researcher in the HumanFIRST Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and a research scholar at the Center for Transportation Studies at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Morris’s research focuses on human-computer interactions with technology related to various aspects of transportation.
Before the event, please check that you have the required WebEx plug-in installed and an appropriate Internet connection speed. It is recommended that you check your software as soon as possible. (Some employers do not allow the installation of software without the approval of an IT administrator.)
- Go to the WebEx test page
- Enter your name and e-mail address
- Click “Test a Meeting”
If you do not have the WebEx plug-in, you should be prompted to install it during the test.
After doing the “Test a Meeting,” check back at this page the day of the webinar.
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Nichole Morris, Computerized Crash Reports Usability and Design Investigation