How does selecting a mobile health toolkit affect a service provider’s long term ability to offer ehealth services? We did an evaluation of three mobile health toolkits to see how they enable and restrict service providers. The results are now published.
During the last three years we have been studying a new call center for independent living under development in our city. A new article published in the Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work describes, in form of a longitudinal case study, our findings and implications for technology and research.
Our group has conducted a qualitative study of implementing a GPS-based localization service for people with cognitive impairment. The report, written in Norwegian, is a case study describing in detail how a large municipality in Norway is introducing the service in its health and welfare service portfolio. We discuss findings from all the steps in the service, from early screening of users, to allocation decisions, to daily usage.
Our Jacqueline and NTNU’s Letizia Jaccheri were invited speakers at the last “Empodera Live Event” in Malaga, Spain. The topic for the event was social innovation.
One of the most time-consuming tasks for homecare personnel is to fetch door keys before they visit service recipients at their homes. A number of municipalities in Norway are in the process of acquiring and installing electronic locks in order to eliminate the need for physical keys. But what are the real requirements for e-locks and what are the barriers to introduce e-locks in homecare?
Did you believe that seniors were clumsy computer users and not interested in digital innovation? Then you were wrong!
A paper written by Jacqueline and Shanshan has won the prize for the best paper in the International Cultural Heritage Congress that will be held in Granada, Spain, during this week (September 28-October 2, 2015). The paper documents the results from a study of museum and cultural site visitors in Trondheim, Norway, and how they regard ICT as a tool to enhance their experience.
When the archaeologist Anne Katrine Meland contacted us for using TAG CLOUD solutions in the small island Rødøya in northern Norway, we accepted at once!
This year SIT supports the annual solidarity action ”Operation Day’s Work”.
“A Blue Thread” is a newly started project in Trondheim. The goal is to highlight and strengthen the cultural heritage of the city in order to revitalize the city centre. Many cultural heritage sites are barely visible, or we are so accustomed to seeing them that we overlook them. Can we create digital solutions to make the invisible visible?