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A NEW RESEARCH AGENDA FOR OLDER ADULTS

Draft Timetable for the day

 

9:30 - 9:45

Registration

Introduction
Mary Zajicek and Stephen Brewster

9:45 - 11:00

Session 1 – Keynotes and papers

Keynotes

           C & IT for Older People - Opportunities and Challenges

            Alan Newell

           It's a person issue before a technology issue

            Richard Wales

Papers

Adopting a Reactive Approach to Develop a Technological solution for Older Adults
Sri Hastuti Kurniawan and Paul Blenkhorn

11:00 - 11:15

Coffee

11:15 - 12:45

Session 2 - Papers

The navigation requirements of older people with a range of disabilities in complex pedestrian environments
Gill Whitney

The effect of aging on performance and muscle activity during computer use
Bente R. Jensen, Bjarne Laursen and Jesper Sandfeld

Accommodating older users’ functional capabilities
Hua Dong, Simeon Keates and John Clarkson

Quantitative Models for Older Adults’ Hierarchical Structure Browsing
Panayiotis Zaphiris and Sri Kurniawan

What’s stopping silver surfers? The triumphs and challenges of older adults surfing the Web
Wesley Morrissey

Web/Kiosk-Based health information on falls delivered to older people in tower hamlets
Bettina Wilmes, Mira Vogel, Gerry Bennett, Macherla Radhamanohar

Providing Access to E-Information for Older Adults 

Simeon Keates, John Clarkeson and Peter Robinson

Would you trust a computer to run your home? Dependability issues in smart homes for older adults
Andrew Monk and Gordon Baxter

Towards dependability of technology assessment in the delivery of care to the elderly: a case study
Darren Reed

12:45 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 15:30

Session 3 – Demos, papers and agenda setting

Demo session:  40 mins

            It’s a person issue before a technology issue 

            Richard Wales

           Voice XML for older adults’ Web access  

            Mary Zajicek and Andrew Lee

           Making the web usable by seniors 

            Vicki Hanson

           The Design and Evaluation of a Joystick Operated Screen Magnifier 

            Alasdair King, Sri Kurniawan, Gareth Evans and Paul Blenkhorn

           Memory Aids for Older People 

            Joy Goodman,  Stephen Brewster and Phil Gray

Final three papers

It’s CHI Jim, but not as we know it!
Cherie Lebbon

Research Methods for older adults

Lorna Lines and Kate Hone

UTOPIA   usable technology for older people: inclusive and appropriate
Anna Dickinson, Roos Eisma, Audrey Syme and Peter Gregor

Agenda setting: 20 mins and forming breakout groups

15:30 - 15:45

Coffee + breakout groups

15:45 - 17:45

Session 4 – Breakouts and reporting back

Breakout groups: 50 mins

Reports from break-out groups – 4 groups x 10 mins (5 talk , 5 discussion)

Wrap-up and where do we go from here – 20 mins
Mary Zajicek and Stephen Brewster + general discussion

 

17:45 - …

Social activity

 

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