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Promoting intergenerational communication through location-based asynchronous video communication

Frank R. Bentley, Santosh Basapur, Sujoy Kumar Chowdhury
2011 Proceedings of the 13th international conference on Ubiquitous computing - UbiComp '11  
Through a twenty-participant field evaluation, we discovered how this new form of locationbased asynchronous communication can be used to strengthen family relationships by encouraging communication across  ...  We describe the design and field evaluation of the Serendipitous Family Stories system, a web and mobile service that allows for videos to be saved in user-specified real-world locations, shared with friends  ...  The range and depth of emotions demonstrate the potential richness of this new medium of location-based asynchronous video communication.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2030112.2030117 dblp:conf/huc/BentleyBC11 fatcat:scccggk5mbdinnz23cpcagdhle

Creating a conversational context through video blogging: A case study of Geriatric1927

Dave Harley, Geraldine Fitzpatrick
2009 Computers in Human Behavior  
Web-based communication technologies such as YouTube can provide opportunities for social contact, especially between older and younger people, and help address issues of social isolation.  ...  Despite a disconnected and ambiguous sense of the other, YouTube is able to facilitate a conversational context in which common ground is shared and social contact and intergenerational communication can  ...  Acknowledgements This work was funded by the UK EPSRC through the Equator IRC Project (EPSRC GR/N15986/01).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2008.08.011 fatcat:63cs6bmogjgv3px7so6hvxlewm

The Creation of a Program of Engagement and Outreach for COVID-19 Among African Americans Through Community-Academic Partnerships

Marla B. Hall, Nancy L. Winterbauer, Courtney Klinger, Mary Tucker-McLaughlin, Ann Rafferty, Gwendolyn Greene, Savannah Dodson
2021 Journal of community health  
Working through the organizational network, the WGHC reached a combined total of 30,310 community members with educational materials.  ...  The online survey, distributed through the network, yielded more than 400 completed questionnaires.  ...  These entities were stratified in three categories: (1) faith-based organizations (FBOs), (2) community-based organizations (CBOs), and (3) public housing and homeless serving (PHHS) agencies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10900-021-01008-w pmid:34057689 pmcid:PMC8165952 fatcat:zbxunu6uvng73jsosp322ndrzq

OLDER WOMEN'S VIEWS ON THEIR PARTICIPATION IN A BLENDED EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM USING FB ROOM PLATFORM

Venetis Kanakaris, Maria Pavlis-Korres
2022 European Journal of Open Education and E-Learning Studies  
The design of the educational course was based on older adult women's needs.  ...  platform so as to engage learners and facilitate communication between educators and learners.  ...  A blended (synchronous/asynchronous) teaching method based on the Facebook platform was chosen, where a closed group together with the Facebook Room covered the communication needs between the learners  ... 
doi:10.46827/ejoe.v7i1.4175 fatcat:wltacijqyfhflm3i3hczufxyau

A social cloud-based tool to deal with time and media mismatch of intergenerational family communication

Diego Muñoz, Raymundo Cornejo, Francisco J. Gutierrez, Jesús Favela, Sergio F. Ochoa, Mónica Tentori
2015 Future generations computer systems  
The results were used to improve the design and implementation of SocialConnector, a cloud-based application that enables older adults to conduct synchronous and asynchronous social interactions with their  ...  Based on the analysis of a dataset from two 21-weeks deployment studies and nine semi-structured interviews, we conducted an in-depth formative study trying to understand the communication asymmetry among  ...  Dataset and interview participants Twelve transcripts were selected from the prior dataset based on the relatives' locations-scattered through Mexico and the United States.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.future.2014.07.003 fatcat:itwonzielvhuhloxru352ytaji

Inclusive Co-Design within a Three-Dimensional Game Environment

Greg Walsh, Craig Donahue, Zachary Pease
2016 Proceedings of the The 15th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children - IDC '16  
In addition, continuing to explore how to include a larger global audience through distributed co-design can advance the design process.  ...  As children become more enveloped in a world of technology and video games, it follows to leverage these kinds of experiences for use in our design toolbox.  ...  In co-located sessions, one researcher walked around and took pictures and videos of the different teams for later analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2930674.2930721 dblp:conf/acmidc/WalshDP16 fatcat:eusw76xsvzbmno7ewvviilezoe

Digital Health Solutions for Indigenous Mental Well-Being

Jennifer M. Hensel, Katherine Ellard, Mark Koltek, Gabrielle Wilson, Jitender Sareen
2019 Current Psychiatry Reports  
regular case-based sessions held virtually using multipoint video conferencing [22] .  ...  This mass trauma has been linked to negative mental health outcomes that continue today through effects of intergenerational trauma [46] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11920-019-1056-6 pmid:31263971 pmcid:PMC6602981 fatcat:m5jrsfmyvvbglhmtj6cfqkpdsm

Mediating Asymmetries in Family Communication: Supporting the eInclusion of Older Adults [chapter]

Francisco J. Gutierrez, Sergio F. Ochoa, Julita Vassileva
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Therefore, effective mediation strategies should intelligently coordinate all the members in a family community based on specific criteria, such as location, time of day, and the available communication  ...  family members through digital means.  ...  Furthermore, Lindley [18] found that elders usually prefer a prolonged contact, which is typically offered by synchronous media (e.g. through face-to-face or phone communication); in turn, asynchronous  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-20678-3_42 fatcat:vl6unz4qqbavbp3k4a4l4pkcva

An Exploratory Study of Emotional Affordance of a Massive Open Online Course

Jeremy C.Y. Cheng
2014 European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning  
Second, intergenerational emotional resonance is observed and this bears a key implication on managing age diversity for the future MOOCs.  ...  First, altruistic emotion evolves with the collaborative learning community and possibly compensates for teachers' minimal emotional intervention in a large, diverse class.  ...  His theory was based on empathy, which might promote participants' motivation to learn and improve the learning outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.2478/eurodl-2014-0003 fatcat:tr4bvilsnrdcpowysvriszm4v4

Designing Social Media for Community Information Sharing in Rural South Africa

Nicola J. Bidwell, Simon Robinson, Elina Vartiainen, Matt Jones, Masbulele Jay Siya, Thomas Reitmaier, Gary Marsden, Mounia Lalmas
2014 Proceedings of the Southern African Institute for Computer Scientist and Information Technologists Annual Conference 2014 on SAICSIT 2014 Empowered by Technology - SAICSIT '14  
MXShare, which we report for the first time, also enables real-time, text-based chat but AR enables sharing only audio files asynchronously.  ...  Both systems were located at the same sites for community communication and co-present oral practices effected media recording and sharing.  ...  through non-local communication practices [41] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2664591.2664615 dblp:conf/saicsit/BidwellRVJSRML14 fatcat:7s2o3bl7cvhjbiaoqovbgc6rme

Facilitating intergenerational storytelling for older adults in the nursing home: A case study

Cun Li, Jun Hu, Bart Hengeveld, Caroline Hummels
2020 Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments  
In the discussion, we conclude the paper with design considerations for promoting older adults' storytelling with their children.  ...  Third, intergenerational cooperation promotes intergenerational communication. The Slots-Story system contains two phases: editing trigger questions and story recording.  ...  For the family members over a distance, a video system permitting sharing everyday life between multiple locations was designed [39] .  ... 
doi:10.3233/ais-200552 fatcat:qwpgp64mjngc7ifc7cmto57rua

A narrative review of digital storytelling for social work practice

Chitat Chan, Melanie Sage
2019 Journal of Social Work Practice  
This definition offers a conceptual base for DST, which helps further theorisation and research in social work practice.  ...  More specifically, DST can be seen as a kind of narrative practice utilising digital communication media.  ...  Further, recent DST practices have exploited the effects of asynchronous communication in a social media environment.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02650533.2019.1692804 fatcat:jdgiimcdvfatvivh3ixfk2zryy

Connecting generations: developing co-design methods for older adults and children

Bo Xie, Allison Druin, Jerry Fails, Sheri Massey, Evan Golub, Sonia Franckel, Kiki Schneider
2012 Behavior and Information Technology  
This paper details an exploratory study focusing on connecting generations through co-design methods that can enable idea construction and elaboration to flourish.  ...  Generally, their communication is mediated through a "parent" or caregiver.  ...  The older adults mainly spoke about textual communication, perhaps a picture, while the children considered video, animation, sound, images, and text.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01449291003793793 fatcat:sptw6vztlja2xowtae5z4pnfxi

Artists' Photographic Reflections: Imag(in)ing the Art Museum through Fictional Narratives

Elena Stylianou
2014 Photographies  
Margaret Walker's visual essay, The Unity Mural: Bridging Communities Through Artmaking, examines the socially transformative nature of community-based art education, through a partnership between two  ...  (Noah, personal communication, 09/28/2017) On looking through new eyes "As a result of this project, I learned why community-based art making is an important aspect of teaching art.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17540763.2014.933398 fatcat:a55ic247cnfzjewvvxaaqyhvq4

Designing Digital Solutions for Preserving Penan Sign Language: A Reflective Study

Tariq Zaman, Alvin W. Yeo, Geran Jengan
2016 Advances in Human-Computer Interaction  
Oroo' is a language of nomadic Penans in the rainforests of Borneo and the only way of asynchronous communication between nomadic groups in the forest journey.  ...  In this paper, we present scenario of a research project that is retooled to fit the need of communities, informing language revitalization efforts and assisting with the evolution of community-based research  ...  The authors thank all the community members who participated in one or another of our research activities.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/4174795 fatcat:7ptk44fh25airms7lbntckub4q
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