Tools assessment workshop with adults 50+

Event Date: August 24, 2012

Location / Venue: University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

UoS / Centre for for Lifelong Learning, contucted a participatory workshop with 12 adult 50plus in oder to assess the strenghts and weaknesses of  selected open source tools. The methodology for this workshop aimed to involve the potential end-users of 50plus platforms in order to assess a shortlist of Web2.0 tool which have the
potential to support older peoples’ peer learning on 50plus platforms.The selection draws on the research outcomes from WP2 and refers directly to the users responses, both end-users and operators. 

The results of the assessment workshop are avaiable below.

Here you find a video presenting the outcomes of a group discussion about an application scenario of the selected Web2.0 tools.

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