Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2008
The concept of Workspace Design developed and tested in a Danish research program has been sought transferred from academia to ergonomic professional via two different strategies: 1) actively involving ergonomists in implementing the Workspace Design concept in to case studies, and 2) offering a training course in the Workspace Design concept and appurtenant methods to ergonomists. These two strategies are explored in a learning perspective in order to determine their differences and effectiveness.
|Title||NES 2008 : Ergonomics is a lifestyle|
|Place of publication||Reykjavik|
|Conference||40th Nordic Ergonomics Society Annual Conference|
|Period||11/08/08 → 13/08/08|
- Macro-ergonomics, Participatory Ergonomics, Situated learning
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