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Active aging in community centers and ICT design implications

Young S. Lee, Shirley Chaysinh, Santosh Basapur, Crysta J. Metcalf, Hiren Mandalia
2012 Proceedings of the Designing Interactive Systems Conference on - DIS '12  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank all participants (senior center directors and seniors) for their support and invaluable feedback.  ...  We also thank our colleagues (Van Vuong, and Frank Bentley) for their ideas for the concept development.  ...  DISCUSSION AND DESIGN IMPLICATION The objective of this research was to build an in-depth understanding of current practices of community senior centers in order to identify technology design implications  ... 
doi:10.1145/2317956.2317981 dblp:conf/ACMdis/LeeCBMM12 fatcat:gfz6ycnuaraalpnljy5gkypgv4

Towards iTV services for older people: Exploring their interactions with online video portals in different cultural backgrounds

Susan M. Ferreira, Sergio Sayago, Josep Blat
2015 Technology and Disability  
Implications for designing more accessible and meaningful iTV services are discussed.  ...  Working towards this end, this paper reports on in situ conversations of, and observations with, almost 400 older people, with different levels of educational attainment and experience with ICTs, while  ...  From online video portals to iTV services: some implications Regardless of age, and their previous experience with ICTs, all our participants showed interest in, and were capable of using, online video  ... 
doi:10.3233/tad-140419 fatcat:svpprz3k3rdtvegpojk5ziuety

Discourse Analysis on ICT and Home - From Electronic Cottage to Sharable Home -
정보통신기술과 주거에 대한 중요 담론 분석연구

Sooyeon Han, Mi Jeong Kim
2014 Journal of the Korean housing association  
This study provides an overview of conceptual movements in ICT/home relationships and their design and social impact through a critical discourse analysis.  ...  This paper draws the home into the stream of information and communications technology (ICT) development.  ...  design and small dwellings (SHAREABLE and Center 2013).  ... 
doi:10.6107/jkha.2014.25.3.115 fatcat:rgk2uijrovevpnpspyp76fca6e

Creation Process of the Digital Platform to Foster Healthy and Active Aging: enbuenaedad

Sandra Pinzón-Pulido, Mónica Padial-Espinosa, Luz López-Samaniego, Bibiana Navarro-Matillas, Pilar San Juan-Lozano, Juan Manuel Espinosa-Almendro, Josefa Ruiz-Fernández, Francisco Garrido-Peña
2019 Frontiers in Public Health  
The Regional Ministry of Health of Andalusia has put in place strategies to promote healthy and active aging.  ...  Content sections are inspired in the three pillars of the World Health Organization (WHO) policy framework for active and healthy aging: health, participation, and security, but introducing an additional  ...  To get this population involved in the design and the use of solutions to promote active and healthy aging, the centers of the Guadalinfo Network were identified as a key stakeholder.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2019.00022 pmid:30838194 pmcid:PMC6389829 fatcat:zqrqdkc2fbalrbvxpuenjthok4

ICT-Enabled Self-Management of Chronic Diseases: Literature Review and Analysis Using Value-Sensitive Design

Majid Dadgar, K.D. Joshi
2015 2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Increasing number of older population and patients with chronic diseases, demand a new healthcare model in which patients take more responsibility in their disease management and actively collaborate with  ...  the extent to which those values are implicated in the SM systems, and to illustrate the ways values can be supported in the SM systems.  ...  Values implicated in the SM system design In this section we describe the nature and extent of human values implicated in the design of ICT-enabled SM systems proposed in the literature.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2015.388 dblp:conf/hicss/DadgarJ15 fatcat:5zaeinhhsvdu3lpegxy7pni23u

Inclusive Education in Rural Alberta, Canada: Utilizing ICT to Support Twenty-First Century Learning [chapter]

Dermod Craig Madden
2014 Lecture Notes in Educational Technology  
Information and Communications Technology (ICT), has become a term with many meanings within many contexts.  ...  In so doing, the significance of ICT for twenty-first century learners may be tantamount to a paradigm shift, which could change the face of public education, and have a significant positive impact on  ...  founded in the Industrial Revolution, to a learner centered information age paradigm of education.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-43927-2_2 fatcat:kbenw7nlajhh3eo33q2dw7vu4y

The implications of information and communication technology use for the social well-being of older adults

Jennifer Ihm, Yuli Patrick Hsieh
2015 Information, Communication & Society  
From these results, we draw implications for the study of digital disparities by examining how the impacts of ICTs vary by differential uses and different age groups.  ...  Addressing this research gap concerning the currently fastest growing sector of ICT users this study centers on the disparities regarding older adults' ICT access and use.  ...  On the other hand, we discovered that older adults who used ICTs to communicate with others did not necessarily participate in offline social activities or communicated much offline.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1369118x.2015.1019912 fatcat:rupfdxoh55hl5ghawueedrhnee

Keys to active ageing: new communication technologies and lifelong learning

Mª del Pilar Díaz-López, Remedios López-Liria, José M. Aguilar-Parra, David Padilla-Góngora
2016 SpringerPlus  
The purpose of this study is to describe the creation and implementation of an ICT education program for the elderly in various Active Participation Centers in Almería (Spain), assessing its impact on  ...  and activity factor: p = 0.001; Satisfaction with Life Factor: p < 0.001.  ...  In Spain, a recent study conducted at Senior Citizen's Centers in Cuenca on ICTs activity in the elderly, revealed relationships between implication in the activities, experience with computers, and belief  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40064-016-2434-8 pmid:27386254 pmcid:PMC4912511 fatcat:5zskroonyjaz3oan6p53aobala

Parenting Across the Social Ecology Facilitated by Information and Communications Technology: Implications for Research and Educational Design

Susan K. Walker, Jessie H. Rudi
2014 Journal of Human Sciences and Extension  
Implications for research and for promoting and selecting ICT for effective parent learning and education design are discussed.  ...  Several types of ICT activities may strengthen parenting in a single domain, and a single ICT activity may help fulfill multiple domains.  ...  for knowledge gathering and communication may be employed in the design of programming.  ... 
doaj:69f9e3f25a7844aa9fa2cf4d511d1c3d fatcat:aoql75hxtberdjfvh55yk7zoo4

Implementing Best Evidence-Based Practice into Ambient Assisted Living Solutions: From User Outcome Research to Best Social Practices [chapter]

Gerard Nguyen, Bruno Colin, Dominique Lemoult, François Sigwald, Daniel Thiollier, Alain Krivitzky
2015 Ambient Assisted Living  
Information and communication technology (ICT) solutions aim to improve health care providers, professional and informal carers, decision makers, and all stakeholders in the field of elderly care.  ...  The evidence-based approach derived from the health care and medicine disciplines is the explicit and rational use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individuals and the population  ...  rationale for an elderly-Centered ICT evidence-Based Practice The Concept of Ageing The classical vision of ageing via the decline status, overestimated the burden of ageing and limited ICT development  ... 
doi:10.1201/b18520-7 fatcat:dnuyhrfjefd4tmvbk6q23qtdei

Exploring user experience and technology acceptance for a fall prevention system: results from a randomized clinical trial and a living lab

Daryoush D. Vaziri, Konstantin Aal, Corinna Ogonowski, Thomas Von Rekowski, Michael Kroll, Hannah R. Marston, Rakel Poveda, Yves J. Gschwind, Kim Delbaere, Rainer Wieching, Volker Wulf
2016 European Review of Aging and Physical Activity  
It will be important to take these along with factors such as motivation, gender and age into consideration when designing and further developing ICT-based fall prevention systems.  ...  The iStoppFalls project developed an information and communication technology (ICT)-based system for older adults to use at home in order to reduce common fall risk factors such as impaired balance and  ...  Authors' contributions Funding for the study was obtained by KD and RW. All authors were involved in the design and conduct of the trial. All authors contributed to writing the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s11556-016-0165-z pmid:27293489 pmcid:PMC4902990 fatcat:dmtw4rmbzvdtlbtxcmbmkpfula

Exploring User Experience and Technology Acceptance for a Fall Prevention System: Results from a Randomized Clinical Trial and a Living Lab [chapter]

Daryoush Daniel Vaziri
2018 Facilitating Daily Life Integration of Technologies for Active and Healthy Aging  
It will be important to take these along with factors such as motivation, gender and age into consideration when designing and further developing ICT-based fall prevention systems.  ...  The iStoppFalls project developed an information and communication technology (ICT)-based system for older adults to use at home in order to reduce common fall risk factors such as impaired balance and  ...  Authors' contributions Funding for the study was obtained by KD and RW. All authors were involved in the design and conduct of the trial. All authors contributed to writing the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-658-22875-0_5 fatcat:wircnhndvzfwhexsttyfvwfnvi

Content creation for ICT development projects: Integrating normative approaches and community demand

Raul Roman, Royal D. Colle
2003 Information Technology for Development  
This paper discusses why concerns about the importance of content provision for ICT community development projects, such as tele-centers, must go beyond international initiatives such as the World Bank  ...  may play as facilitators in the identification and processing of this content.  ...  and by involving community stakeholders in the design and operations of the tele-center.  ... 
doi:10.1002/itdj.1590100204 fatcat:d5otupvkhnhr5n6zq45dkzaxqm

A Mobile User Interface For Low-Literacy Users In Rural South Africa

EA Emmanuel, HN Muyingi
2013 Global Journal of Mathematical Sciences  
We applied different ethnographic research methods through a usercentred design approach to actively involve the target users in the design process.  ...  This study was conducted to design a mobile user interface to enable low-literacy users in Dwesa community in South Africa to have access to mobile commerce services.  ...  craft center in the community. iii.  ... 
doi:10.4314/gjmas.v12i1.5 fatcat:uu75n6kbxrgjtantz7eooppdwy

The Role of Information and Communication Technology in Self-Management of Chronic Diseases: An Empirical Investigation through Value Sensitive Design

Majid Dadgar, K.D. Joshi
2018 Journal of the AIS  
This paper primarily investigates sensitivity towards patients' values in the designs of the information and communication technologies (ICTs) that are capable of empowering them.  ...  The study's findings have implications for design science researchers, healthcare providers, and policymakers.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the special issue editors and reviewers, and the Philip L. Kays Endowment.  ... 
doi:10.17705/jais1.00485 fatcat:fbapjnt5nfgxpi2dftvsavw65a
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