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City of Turin, will organise the second Technology Experience Café (TEC) the 5th and 26th of February 2014 at the “Casa del Quartiere” (House of the Borough). Turin TEC gives 30 elderly citizens and stakeholders interested the opportunity to exchange points of view in the field of web technology and healthy ageing.
The call asks for a broad, interdisciplinary perspective of contributions, focusing on very different aspects of the relation between technology and ageing.
Papers may address the following issues:
· Ageing, technology and health
· Ageing, technology and elderly care, e.g. issues of mutual dependence and autonomy
· Ageing, technology and (inter-)personal development, e.g. learning, communication, interpersonal & intergenerational relations, identity construction
· Discourses of ageing and technology: in fact and in fiction
Abstracts of around 500 words must be written in English and should be due by January 31, 2014. On the basis of the proposed abstracts, completed papers (between 6,000 and 9,000 words) will be invited with a scheduled deadline by April 30, 2014. The articles will be published in an edited volume.
For formal requirements, please follow the most recent MLA Manual of Style.
You can send abstracts and completed articles to both editors via e-mail:
Dr. Emma Domínguez-Rué – Department of English, University of Lleida, Catalunya (Spain): firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Linda Nierling - Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany): email@example.com
The conference ‘A meaningful life in a just society’ will be held on Jan 30th and 31st 2014, at the University of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands.Anyone interested in presenting a paper or organising a panel session is very welcome. A fee waiver is given to organisers of panel sessions that present and discuss 3 or 4 papers. Although the official deadline of the call for papers was the 15th of september, they still welcome more participants.
This workshop wants to present the results of the EduSenior project and demonstrate the empirical use of the toolkit. In addition, it wants to constitute an open forum for discussion and knowledge sharing in the topic of laterlife learning. It is open to students, researchers and personnel interested on the topic.
The workshop will take place in Barcelona at the Media-TIC Building in January, the 29th 2014.
To register please write to firstname.lastname@example.org before January 25th.
You can find out more at: http://in3.uoc.edu/opencms_portalin3/opencms/en/activitats/seminaris/agenda/2014/agenda_002
The International Conference “International Conference on Care, Health and Well-being: the views of older people” will take place on 24th January 2014 at the University of Algarve (south of Portugal).
For more details, please visit http://elderviews.info/conference/
We are pleased to announce the opening of call for entries to the International Design for All Foundation Awards 2014. The deadline for submitting entries is 2 January 2014.
If your work demonstrates that the implementation of design for all/universal design contributes to improving quality of life for everyone, it deserves international recognition. That’s why we have introduced a new step this year: from now on we will recognise all the Good Practices which meet the criteria and which can act as an example for others seeking to implement design for all in their own areas of activity.
Of the Good Practices selected, an international jury will choose the 5 “Best Practices” to be presented with the International Design for All Foundation Award. These will be the stand-out projects which show the way forward for better practice in design for all/universal design in future.
The award ceremony will take place on 12 February 2014 during Urbaccess: the European exhibition of accessibility and universal design, in Paris.
Don’t miss this opportunity to let the world know about your Good Practice!
For further information and the award terms and conditions, visit the awards website.
Share the awards with friends and keep up to date using the hashtag #DfAwards14
The 12th and the 13th of December 2013 the 2nd Edition of the Congress about Innovation and knowledge transfer in Active Ageing will take place at the University of Vic (Spain). The Congress will be an international meeting point of Active Ageing in Catalonia.
You can find more information at www.uvic.cat
The Health Campus of Barcelona University (HUBc), is pleased to invite you to the 1st Barcelona International Conference on Healthy Ageing, to be held in Barcelona, Spain, on 14th and 15th November 2013. The HUBc has organized a meeting aimed to examine the most significant issues in biological, medical and technological innovation on healthy ageing. For this purpose, we have selected abroad representation of professionals from several European countries with recognized expertise in this topic. Take a look at the programm and get to know about the Health Campus of Barcelona University at this address: http://www.healthyageingbarcelona.comhttp://www.siforage.eu/eotools_files/files/programa health and ageing.pdf
Dominant representations of old age depict it as a period of debilitation
and decline, frailty and dependence, isolation and loss of selfhood. Other
accounts emphasize the experience of exceptional lucidity, insight, and
wisdom that accompanies aging. This seminar invites participants to
rethink and interrogate these two descriptive poles and attempt a more
critically nuanced engagement with aging and old age. Papers can address
aging from different humanistic and theoretical perspectives and
approaches. They can also consider literary and filmic representations of
aging that go beyond the accounts provided by the news media and
Possible topics include:
• Aging through the lens of postcolonial and/or poststructuralist theory
• Phenomenology of aging
• The global political economy of aging
• Slow death and social death
• Late style
• Cross-cultural dimensions of aging
• Aging and disability studies
• Gender and old age
View the cfp here: http://acla.org/acla2014/aging-and-the-humanities/
Please submit a paper proposal of 250 words at the following
Deadline for proposals is November 15, 2013.
The Health Campus of Barcelona University (HUBc), is pleased to invite you to the 1st Barcelona International Conference on Healthy Ageing, to be held in Barcelona, Spain, on 14th and 15th November 2013. The HUBc has organized a meeting aimed to examine the most significant issues in biological, medical and technological innovation on healthy ageing. For this purpose, we have selected abroad representation of professionals from several European countries with recognized expertise in this topic. Take a look at the programm and get to know about the Health Campus of Barcelona University at this address: http://www.healthyageingbarcelona.com
Download the programm in the tab "Documents", go to: programa health and ageing.pdf