InContext is partnering with LWW/Ovid to redesign the next generation of electronic information resources for medical professionals. Based on previous in-depth observational interviews, InContext has proposed some solutions and ideas to better support people who access journal articles online or conduct literature searches. Because this is a “next generation” project, InContext is especially interested in working with people who own and smartphones and/or tablets for work or personal use.
They are testing their ideas for this next genration project by conducting in-person, paper prototype interviews. The interviews normally would take 90-120 minutes. Ovid/LWW is offering an honorarium for participation. They will be doing interviews March 15-20 and March 29-April 4.
If the idea of being on the ground floor to help shape and create a better tool for accessing online journal articles and conducting literature searches is interesting to you AND you like getting paid for your ideas, then go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LWW_Study to see if you qualify to participate.