This project aims to explore intergenerational digital creation activities as well as to exchange on the conception, the development and the uses of digital games in the social sciences. It will also promote the development of skills through an approach that embraces knowledge; citizen science; collaboration and intergenerational learning; student academic achievement; and elders’ social participation.

(More information coming soon.)

ACT Researcher:
Margarida Romero, Université Laval

Kim Sawchuk, Concordia University
Line Grenier, Université de Montréal

ACT Partners:
Université Laval
Concordia University
Université de Montréal

ACT Areas:
Agency in Ageing
Telecommunication Technologies

Université Laval

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Silver Gaming Intergenerational Summer School

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