Emerging research on later life ACT Graduate Student / Postdoctoral Fellow Symposium October 5th , Concordia University, Montreal The research project Ageing + Communication + Technologies (ACT), housed in the Department of Communication Studies at Concordia University, is seeking proposals for its first graduate student and postdoctoral fellow symposium. The one-day symposium, titled “Emerging research […]
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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 […]
Eugène Loos launched the Intergenerational Gaming Platform at the Human Computer Interaction conference held in July in Vancouver, Canada. He also organized three panels: New media in the life of older people, Digital gaming among older populations, Intergenerational use of new media. The panels were presented as part of the stream on Human Aspects […]
By Eva-Maria Trinkaus The Graz International Summer School Seggau (GUSEGG) 2017 has started on July 2nd and through the long-standing cooperation with ACT, this year’s summer school is again host to one ACT module that focuses on aging in the framework of technologies. Line Grenier, who taught the first week of the module, has handed […]
The newly-formed engAGE: Concordia Centre for Research on Aging at Concordia University in Montreal is looking to hire a coordinator to oversee and manage its daily administrative and research operations. The deadline for applications is August 1, 2017. Interested candidates are invited to apply, and can download the complete job posting by clicking here.
ACT partner RECAA co-organizes public walk for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2017.
Tricia Toso met with Shannon Hebblethwaite to discuss her most recent research and to learn a little more about the complexities of family communications, in particular the challenges grandparents experience.
Line Grenier, Véro Leduc and Pamela Witcher took home the prize for best short documentary film at the Toronto International Deaf Film & Arts.
Several ACT members will present their research at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, to be held at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada from May 27 to June 2, 2017.