One day eventThe Open University, Milton Keynes
Date: 22nd April 2013
Conference website: http://www.technologyandageing.info/index.html
Understanding technological inclusion in the context of diverse lives
22nd April 2013
Time 10.30 to 4pm
This is a free event please visit http://www.technologyandageing.info/seminar-3.html for more information about the seminar.
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This is the third in a series of ESRC funded seminars that aim to explore the concept of technological inclusion in relation to older people's experiences of everyday life.
Understanding technological inclusion in the context of diverse lives: a discourse between different ‘classes’ of the excluded. This seminar will explore what is distinctive about technological exclusion on grounds of age, disability, poverty, or lack of education.
Confirmed speakers include:
Dr Simon Holland (The Open University) will introduce and demonstrate a prototype (in development) haptic technology for rhythm and balance
Mr Andrew Stuart (CareWhere Ltd) will describe the development of a wearable gps-to-phone technology with a hands-on demonstration
Dr Shailey Minocha (The Open University) will introduce a current project to understand older people's engagement with online activities
Further speakers to be announced, and there will be time for discussion and networking.
Lunch will be provided