This January, NIST's Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) Division will host a webinar featuring the new Survey Analyzer Tool. NIST PSCR conducted a series of in-depth interviews with approximately 200 first responders about their views on communication technology. These interviews informed a nationwide, large-scale survey completed by over 7,000 first responders. PSCR’s Usability Team recently developed a Survey Analyzer tool to create interactive graphs and tables to display these survey results and export visualizations.
In this webinar, Yee-Yin Choong, Shanée Dawkins, and Kerrianne Buchanan will discuss the large-scale survey and in-depth interviews that PSCR conducted with first responders across the U.S. about their communications technology use. Additionally, they will demo the Survey Analyzer Tool. Read more about the speakers below, and register now!
Dr. Yee-Yin Choong is a Human Factors Scientist in the Visualization and Usability Group, Information Technology Laboratory at NIST. Yee-Yin conducts human-centered research in areas such as public safety communication technology, augmented-reality technology, usable cybersecurity, and biometrics usability. She currently leads the usability research effort supporting the User Interface/User Experience (UI/UX) Portfolio within NIST’s public safety communication research (PSCR) program. Yee-Yin received her MS degree in Industrial Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and her PhD in Industrial Engineering, in Human Factors from Purdue University.
Dr. Shanée Dawkins is a Computer Scientist in the Visualization and Usability Group at NIST, where she performs research focusing on human centered design and evaluation as a part of the public safety communication research (PSCR) and usable cybersecurity programs. Shanée earned her M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science at Auburn University, and her B.S. in Computer Engineering at North Carolina A&T State University.
Dr. Kerrianne Buchanan is a Social Scientist in the Visualization and Usability Group in the Information Technology Laboratory at NIST, where she works on projects seeking to improve human system interaction. Currently, she conducts research for the public safety communication research (PSCR) and usable cybersecurity programs. Kerrianne has a master’s degree in Applied Cognition in Neuroscience and a Ph.D. in Psychological Sciences from the University of Texas at Dallas.