ICT and older adults in the City of Whittlesea
This report addresses three topics of interest to the City of Whittlesea for the development of support programs for older adults - aspirations of older adults to adopt technology, barriers preventing older adults from taking up technology, and strategies to support older adults.
Smart TVs and local content prominence
To support policy development, this report presents detailed evidence about local content prominence on smart TVs. This research has been conducted as part of an Australian Research Council project, and is independent of any industry funding.
The future of work: designing for safety, wellbeing and the workplaces of tomorrow
The future of work is a context that is rapidly being shaped by powerful forces - the growing adoption of artificial intelligence in the workplace, the increasing casualisation of the workforce, and the decentralised nature of where and how work is being performed. This report...
Developments in Web3 for the creative industries
Web3 is an online ecosystem based on blockchain technologies, involving peer-to-peer transactions and coordination tools. This report examines the what, why, who and where of Web3 for the cultural and creative industries, using examples from visual art, music and games.
Co-designing ICT strategies with older adults
As the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted, digital engagement is crucial for fostering social inclusion for older adults. This report explains the perceived risks that affect older adults the most and outlines co-designed strategies that respond to their lived experiences of information and communication technologies.