ACT panel at the IAGG conference in San Francisco

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.

Click here to access the full program.