Adequação de plataformas digitais à construção de narrativas online: o caso prático da comunidade sénior

Célia Soares

Resumo


Com o envelhecimento demográfico e o
crescimento da utilização da Internet por parte dos
seniores, os modelos de partilha de informação podem
ser explorados para dar resposta a necessidades
emergentes. Neste sentido, esta comunicação apresenta
o processo de definição de um modelo, desenhado de
forma participativa, capaz de suportar a construção de
narrativas digitais, a integrar no módulo de partilha
do projeto SEDUCE1. O objetivo passa por estruturar
um modelo utilizado na construção de narrativas que
satisfaça as necessidades dos utilizadores possibilitando
a partilha de informação entre os membros de uma
comunidade online.
A aplicabilidade do modelo é testada na forma
de protótipo que se encontra em fase de validação em
contexto de trabalho colaborativo com um conjunto
de seniores que frequentam a universidade sénior de
Ermesinde.


Palavras-chave


narrativas digitais; seniores; inclusão digital; design participativo

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