The ACT panel “Ageing, the Digital and Everyday Life” will take place at the World Congress of Gerontology & Geriatrics, to be held from July 23 to 27 in San Francisco, USA. The panel is scheduled for 8am on Thursday, July 27, and brings together research from ACT members Mireia Fernández-Ardèvol, Loredana Ivan, Barbara Marshall, Wendy Martin, Kim Sawchuk and Andrea Rosales.
Ageing, the Digital, and Everyday Life Presentations:
Ageing: A Method of Inquiry (Time, Temporality, and Media), Kimberly Sawchuk
Visual Representations of Digital Connectivities in Everyday Life, Wendy Martin, Katy Pilcher
Older People Ways to Communicate in Facebook Communities: A Netnographic Approach, Loredana Ivan
Accumulative Learning Processes: Older Individuals Appropriating Smartwatches, Mireia Fernández-Ardèvol & Andrea Rosales
“Our Fitbits, Ourselves?” Wearables, Self-Tracking, and Aging Embodiment, Barbara Marshall
You can also catch other ACT members presenting at IAGG, including in a panel on “Ageing Body and Society: Critical Perspectives, Future Challenges,” which features the work of Paul Higgs, Stephen Katz, Barbara Marshall and Wendy Martin. This panel takes place at 2pm on Tuesday, July 25th.