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Co-designing Participatory ICT Strategies With Older Adults
Shaping Connections, RMIT University
2020 - 2022

Perceived risks remain are one of the main reasons many older adults do not engage with ICT and the digital economy. In better equipping older Australians to engage with the digital economy,  this study explored the perceived ICT risks that affect older Australians and co-designed strategies with them – connecting practices with perceptions.

Article (Under Review) Older people’s strategies to overcome ICT barriers in peer learning

Article (2023): Strength-based co-design that EMPOWERs – Lessons from codesigning with older adults ︎

Article (2022): Co-Creating ICT Risk Strategies with Older Australians ︎

Report (2022):  Co-designing Participatory Strategies With Older Adults ︎

Report (2021): Reducing Perceived Risk & Promoting Digital Inclusion ︎

Grant (2020): Australian Communications Consumer Action Network Grants Projects ︎

I acknowledge the peoples on whose lands I conduct my work, and respectfully acknowledge  Ancestors and Elders, past, present and emerging.

©2023 Jacob Sheahan