Laboratory Provides Testing Site for Companies
The Department of Journalism and Multimedia Arts at Duquesne University has established a Human Factors Facility to study the human-technology interaction, allowing academic, nonprofit and corporate researchers to assess how to make technology more useful and engaging to users.The laboratory, in Room 204 of College Hall, will support a variety of courses offered by the department and will be available to the broader University community, as well as to business and organizations across the region.
Those interested in performing usability studies or conducting related research that might benefit from the laboratory may contact the department at 412.396.1311 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
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