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Accepted papers

The papers accepted for the workshop are as follows (in no particular order): Download the complete set of papers - draft

  1. Richard Wales (Age Concern Oxfordshire) - It's a person issue before a technology issue

  2. Mary Zajicek and Andrew Lee (Oxford Brookes Univeristy) -Voice XML for older adults' Web access

  3. Joy Goodman, Stephen Brewster, Phil Gray (University of Glasgow) - Memory Aids for Older People

  4. Wesley Morrissey (Oxford Brookes University) - What's stopping silver surfers? The triumphs and challenges of older adults surfing the Web

  5. Vicki Hanson (IBM) - Making the Web usable by seniors

  6. Lorna Lines and Kate Hone (Brunel University) - Research Methods for older adults - reflections on the use of focus groups, older adults difficult to manage

  7. Alasdair King, Sri Kurniawan, Gareth Evans, Paul Blenkhorn (UMIST)- The Design and Evaluation of a Joystick Operated Screen Magnifier

  8. Sri Hastuti Kurniawan and Paul Blenkhorn (UMIST)- Adopting a Reactive Approach to Develop a Technological solution for Older Adults

  9. Panayiotis Zaphiris & Sri Kurniawan (City University) - Quantitative Models for Older Adults' Hierarchical Structure Browsing

  10. Bettina Wilmes, Mira Vogel, Gerry Bennett, Macherla Radhamanohar (Mile End Hospital) - Web/Kiosk-Based health information on falls delivered to older people in Tower Hamlets

  11. Simeon Keates & John Clarkeson and Peter Robinson (University of Cambridge) - Providing Access to E-Information for Older Adults

  12. Bente R. Jensen, Bjarne Laursen, Jesper Sandfeld (University of Copenhagen) -The effect of aging on performance and muscle activity during computer use

  13. Cherie Lebbon (Helen Hamlyn Institute, Royal College of Art) - It's CHI Jim, but not as we know it! - presentation

  14. Gill Whitney (Middlesex University) - The navigation requirements of older people with a range of disabilities in complex pedestrian environments

  15. Andrew Monk and Gordon Baxter (University of York) - Would you trust a computer to run your home? Dependability issues in smart homes for older adults

  16. Darren Reed (University of York) - Towards dependability of technology assessment in the delivery of care to the elderly: a case study

  17. Hua Dong, Simeon Keates, John Clarkson (University of Cambridge) - Accommodating older users' functional capabilities

  18. Anna Dickinson, Roos Eisma, Audrey Syme, Peter Gregor (Dundee University) - UTOPIA: Usable technology for older people: inclusive and appropriate

Download the complete set of papers - draft

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