Second participatory workshop with adult 50+

Event Date: March 27, 2012

Location / Venue: Strathclyde University, Glasgow

University of Strathclyde / Centre for Lifelong Learning realised the second workshop with the research workshop. Like the first workshop in Ulm, this workshop dealt with the following research questions:

  • What are the experiences with sharing of information and knowledge among peers both in offline and online settings? What are the positive aspects and where and how occur barriers?
  • What motivates information and knowledge exchange in peer settings related to social and technological aspects?

12 adults 50+ participated and enjoyed the playful research methods. The workshop has been facilitated by Maureen Marley and Alice Morton.

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