Digital Learning and Training: Technologies and Methods
About this event
The Applied Cognition, Technology and Interaction Group is an open network of researchers working to promote interdisciplinarity and exchange between biomedical, psychological, design, and interactional research that supports the wellbeing, mental health, and independence of people living with dementia, cognitive decline and associated disabilities.
- 1pm-1.20pm: Welcome
- 1.2pm-2.05pm: 1st Keynote – Dr Alison Kahn – Digital Children: Applying ethnographic methods to address The Essential Digital Skills (EDS) Framework outlined by the Department of Education (2018)
- 2.10pm-2.25pm: 10 Minute talk – Dr Lucy Beishon – The Cognition and Flow Study: a Mixed Methods Analysis
- 2.30pm-2.35pm: Short Talk – David Maidment – pre-recorded presentation: ‘The power of mobile health (mHealth) technologies to enhance hearing loss self-management’
- 2.40pm-2.55pm:10 Minute Talk – Claudio Di Lorito – Keeping physically active through tele-rehab during the COVID-19 pandemic: Results from the Promoting Activity, Independence and Stability on Early Dementia (PrAISED) study
- 3pm-3.10pm: Break
- 3.10pm-3.50pm: 2nd Keynote – Professor Martin Orrell
- 3.55pm-4.15pm: 10 Minute Talk – A.Gisela Reyes Cruz – Accessibility reflections through a competencies-based approach
- 4.20pm-5.30pm: Sandpit Networking and Discussion Session
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