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Public Administration and Information Technology
The first and positive conclusion—relating to the governing of co-creation and the sharing of control—is that co-creation is indeed an appropriate method to develop digital public information services that meet the needs of older users and achieve an output that is better than existing, comparable services. The second conclusion—relating to the sharing of expertise and knowledge—is that the co-creation of digital services works well with older adults, including those with little or no digitaldoi:10.1007/978-3-030-52873-7_9 fatcat:4lfrjip3lreoxezqisxktwvno4