Roger Schonfeld Speaks at NFAIS Virtual Seminar on “Making Content Portable, Making It Usable”
Roger Schonfeld will be discussing “Workflow Involving Multiple Devices: A Professional User’s Perspective” at the NFAIS Virtual Seminar on “Making Content Portable, Making It Usable.”
Technology has changed the game of research and information acquisition for the better. Workflow has emerged as one of the most important needs of researchers, libraries, and other content providers. This half-day virtual seminar will explore the latest trends for facilitating access to quality information, improving workflow, and how to optimize presentation, delivery, and dissemination across the vast array of portable devices and platforms.
As a researcher and industry professional, Schonfeld’s position requires him to be on the road and online most of the time, and he needs immediate and seamless access to data and content. In this session, Schonfeld shares his professional experiences with apps and mobile platforms, the most important features in acheiving a seamless workflow, and where the user experience can fall flat.
When: Friday, March 27, 2015 from 11:45 am -2:45 pm (EDT)
Registration is open on the NFAIS website.