The Aging in Data project is hosting the workshop How We Live with Data – in a collaboration with the Atwater Library – with researchers Nicole Dalmer, Cal Biruk, and Stephanie Hatzifilalithis. The workshop will be happening on February 10th, from 1:00-5:00 PM, at the Milieux Resource Room (EV 11.705)
The aim of this interactive workshop is to explore and challenge understandings of the relationship between older people, data, and digital technologies. Participants are encouraged to bring a data-object (e.g., Fitbit, journal, smartphone) that is important to them and engage in data mapping activities and critical reflection to collaboratively work out what data are, and how, why, and where we interact with them.
At this event we will:
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Part of the Atwater Library’s Safe Online Engagement Project funded by the New Horizons for Seniors Program, in collaboration with Concordia University’s Aging in Data project funded by SSHRC.