On October 16, the pilots runned within the Life 2.0 European project in Barcelona, Milano, Joensuu and Aalborg were presented at the Smart City Exhibition 2013 in the session on “The elderly communities as a resource: towards a new vision of welfare“.Â Â The session, which was focused on the European research on e-inclusion within the framework […]
The Life 2.0 project is about 1 year in the full pilot phase. Over 110 people, in the four pilot location (Aalborg, Barcelona, Joensuu and Milano), are now using the Life 2.0 platform to share helps and information and get to know the events in their local area. The platform has been designed following a […]
V. Righi, S. Sayago, J. Blat, (2012) Older people’s use of Social Network Sites while participating in local online communities from an ethnographical perspective. CIRN 2012 Community Informatics Conference: ‘Ideals meet Reality’, 7 – 9 Nov, Prato (Italy),
Valeria Righi and Andrea Rosales will be participating in NordiCHI 2012 with two position papers in two different workshops. “Older peopleâ€™s strategies for building trust in online communities through an ethnographical lens” will be presented in the workshopÂ User-Centered Trust in Interactive Systems and “Ethnographic techniques with older people at intermediate stages of product development” will […]
The Life 2.0 project aims at generating innovative services to support elderly peopleâ€™s independent living. The services will use location technologies and social networking to enhance elderly peolocalpleâ€™s access to information about what happens in their neighborhood.
The last 17th of October, the GTI hosted the General Assembly and technical meeting of Life 2.0 project.
Participation of the GTI in Irish HCI and INTERACT 2011 with two papers related to the work being conducted in Life 2.0