Integração dos dispositivos móveis táteis nas rotinas diárias dos Seniores: o efeito da formação na sua apropriação

Carina Rodrigues, Lina Morgado

Resumen


This study aimed to contribute to the reduction of digital inequalities and to a more effective participation of the elderly in the digital society, through the use of mobile devices, given their characteristics and functionalities. Through a Design-Based-Research methodology the study, organized in 4 phases, investigated how to promote the appropriation of tactile mobile devices (DMT) by seniors in different learning scenarios (Urban Learning Scenario and Rural Learning Scenario), taking into account the areas identified in the literature and according to their interests, such as the purpose of designing a prototype of a Training Model suitable for the use of DMT in their daily activities. The results show that after the workshops, the seniors of both scenarios, used DMT, essentially, in the areas of leisure, health and well-being, communication and socialization and creation of digital content, concluding that the prototype of the Training Model adopted proved to be adequate.

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