GREAT NEWS! The CREATE Team is proud to announce that the Center has been awarded a five-year, $14.7 million renewal grant from the National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of Health to continue their work on employing emerging and existing technologies to help promote the well-being, quality of life and independence of diverse populations of older adults and provide support for older adults with cognitive impairments. The new grant, CREATE V, is the fifth grant awarded to the CREATE Center since 1999 and will support the research collaboration at Weill Cornell Medicine, the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Florida State University, and the University of Miami.
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CREATE's Neil Charness was featured in an article from the American Psychological Association about the leading role that psychologists are playing in creating more age-friendly university environments to expand learning opportunities for older adults. To read more about Dr. Charness and his students' contributions in designing solutions to support aging adults, as well as the work being performed across the U.S. to promote a more age-friendly nation, click here!
The Wireless Networking Proficiency Questionnaire, a useful tool for facilitating wireless network training and assessing proficiency in research, is now available in multiple versions and can be downloaded by visiting the Survey Instruments section of the site! To access the measures after downloading, be sure to contact the website administrator by emailing Kenneth Blocker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to CREATE graduate student Andrew Dilanchian on his first publication, based on work he completed as an undergraduate honors thesis student in the CREATE lab at Florida State University! The paper, entitled, "A Pilot Study Exploring Age Differences in Presence, Workload, and Cybersickness in the Experience of Immersive Virtual Reality Environments", can be found by clicking here!
CREATE's Neil Charness represented North America at an international conference Friday on digital equity for people of all ages, part of the celebration of the UN International Day of the Older Person. The remote conference, sponsored by International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, brings together aging experts from across the globe to discuss a variety of topics related to digital equity.
The CREATE Workshop in Bordeaux, France, was a great success! CREATE hosted a hybrid meeting from September 23-24th in which attendees learned from the Team about the aging process, issues relevant to design and implementation of technology for older adults in real world settings, and how to help foster the development of early-stage researchers in aging and technology. For a summary of the event, click here for the CREATE Workshop program! For photos of the team at the event, click here! And as always, keep an eye out for any future events or workshops hosted by the CREATE Team!
CREATE's Dr. Wendy Rogers recently gave an invited address entitled "Designing Technology to Support Healthy Aging" at the Regenstrief Institute SAM (Scientists Advancing Medicine) Talk. The presentation was uploaded to YouTube and can be viewed by clicking here!
Dr. Charness recently presented a keynote address at the (eng)aging! virtual conference on aging, a conference focused on technologies for active and independent living in older age. More specifically, the conference "...is organized in the frame of the long-term (eng)aging! project, which aims to foster society-wide debate about the accelerating demographic change and population aging. The project aims to stimulate a constructive discussion about these trends and to look for ways to make use of them for the benefit of the society. To learn more about the conference, click here!
CREATE is very excited about an upcoming collaboration with SMART-AGE, a German study funded by the Carl Zeiss Foundation which involves equipping two groups of older adults with a combination of intelligent assistance systems. SMART-AGE will make an attempt to replicate the CREATE team's previous and encouraging findings from the PRISM trial. Overall, the SMART-AGE platform aims to help each participant find the way of living appropriate to their needs.
In the words of Professor Wahl, a senior professor in the Network Aging Research (NAR) at Heidelberg University and one of the SMART-AGE research project leaders: “We regard this collaboration as unique and highly promising, because it builds on an existing long-standing cooperation between CREATE and my research team at Heidelberg University. Even more important, we aim in tandem to build an international research alliance toward helping older adults to make full use of digital technology and media for their quality of life. CORONA recently has unraveled how urgent this challenge indeed is.”
CREATE PI Neil Charness was one of the first individuals over the age of 65 to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at Florida State University and was interviewed about his experience. To read more about the event, click here! Make sure to stay aware of when and where you are able to receive the vaccine in your local area so we can do our part to fight this pandemic!
CREATE PIs had a very busy fall giving a variety of conference and invited presentations to a wide-range of organizations! For a full list of citations for these presentations, click here.
Some examples include:
- Walter Boot's presentation entitled, "Aging in an Increasingly Technology-Based Society: Past, Present, and Future" presented at the 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.
- Neil Charness' Keynote presentation entitled, "Acceptance of Transportation Technologies by Aging Adults: If you build it, will they buy it?" presented at the meeting of a NSF Smart & Connected Communities Grant at the University of Michigan.
- Sara Czaja's presentation entitled, "Cognition, Technology, and Older Adults", presented at a Neuroscience Research Seminar hosted at the University of Texas, Rio Grande.
- Wendy Rogers' presentation entitled, "Designing technology to support healthy aging", presented at Carle Illinois College of Medicine Innovation Grand Rounds Series.
Congratulations to CREATE's Dr. Sara Czaja on being the 2020 recipient of the M. Powell Lawton Award from the Gerontological Society of America! The award "recognizes outstanding contributions from applied gerontological research that have benefited older people and their care. It is "presented at the GSA's Annual Scientific Meeting to an individual who exemplifies Dr. Lawton's personal and professional qualities, and whose contributions in gerontology have led to innovations in gerontological treatment, practice or service, prevention, or amelioration of symptoms or barriers." We are proud of your contributions, Dr. Czaja!
Come learn about CREATE's 20 years of advancing technology to support older adults by streaming the CREATE symposium from this year's International Society of Gerontechnology conference! You can watch the video at our YouTube channel by clicking here!
The CREATE Team is presenting their 20 years of research and experience at two virtual conferences this week! On Monday, October 5th at 4pm (CDT), the team will be presenting a symposium entitled, "Human Factors and Aging: A 20-year Retrospective and Prospective from CREATE" at the 64th International Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. The symposium will provide an overview of CREATE research in the domains of health, leisure, work, and social engagement, and in the context of current and emerging technologies. For more information about event and this symposium, click here!
The team is also presenting at the ISG’s 12th World Conference of Gerontechnology on Wednesday, October 7th at 9:20am (CDT). Their symposium is entitled, "The Center for Research and Education on Aging and Technology Enhancement (CREATE): Twenty Years of Advancing Technology to Support Older Adults" . For the GSA schedule and presentation information, click here!
At the recent American Psychological Association 2020 Annual Conference, CREATE's Dr. Wally Boot was very usy participating in multiple symposia and presnetations! He was the discussant for the sumposium entitled, "Cognitive Aging and LGBTQ Older Adults Across the Continuum of Care", as well as presented at the following symposia: "Technology to Support Successful Aging" and "Presidential Programming—Age, Generations, and Aging: An applied Psychology Perspective". For a link to the confernce, which is allowing livestreaming of the conference through 2021, click here!
CREATE is proud to announce that our own Neil Charness has been elected as the sixth Grandmaster of the International Society for Gerontechnology (ISG)! According to ISG, "grandmasters have a special issue of Gerontechnology, the official journal of the ISG published in their honor. The grandmaster selects the themes and authors of the peer-reviewed contributions in the issue." Dr. Charness has chosen a group of articles written by the members of the CREATE team. Congratulations to Neil! To access the special issue, click here!
Florida State University's Institute for Successful Longevity - directed by CREATE's Neil Charness - recently launched an initiative to help older adults use the Zoom online video platform to stay connected with friends and family, to continue to learn and to stay engaged with the community during these uncertain and socially distant times. The Institute aims to help older adults who are not familiar with the Zoom video platform by providing illustrated 'how-to' documents that take you through the steps of creating a Zoom account, joining a Zoom meeting and scheduling meetings of your own.
The CREATE Team held their 2020 Scientific Advisory Board Meeting in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The event brought together great minds, great ideas, great discussions, and, importantly, great food! To view a collection of photos from the meeting, click here!
CREATE had a great turnout at this year's Gerontological Soceity of America 2019 conference! They hosted a symposium as well as presented research funded by the CREATE grant. Additionally, CREATE was awarded the Richard Kalish Innovative Publication Award, which "recognizes original and innovative publications in aging and life course research in the behavioral and social sciences". For general photos from the conference, click here, and for photos from the Kalish Award ceremony, click here!
CREATE's workshop, held in New Tork City, brought together a diverse and engaged set of minds from a variety of disciplines, all of whom gathered to learn more about Designing for Older Adults from the CREATE team. For photos of the event, click here! And stay tuned for similar upcoming opportunities and workshops hosted by CREATE!
CREATE's Dr. Sara Czaja was awarded the Franklin V. Taylor Award at the 2019 APA Annual Meeting for her outstanding achievements made in the field of applied experimental/engineering psychology. Congratulations, Dr. Czaja!
Reannouncement: CREATE is excited to host another workshop on Designing for Older Adults in New York City this October and we hope you can attend! For more information regarding the workshop and details on how to register for the event, please click here!
On August 10th, Drs. Neil Charness and Wendy Rogers of CREATE will join other luminaries in the field of aging and technology for the American Psychological Association’s Committee on Aging Conversation Hour to discuss the impact of an increasingly digital society on older adults. For more information, click here!
CREATE is excited to announce that our new book, Designing for Older Adults, has received the 2019 Richard Kalish Innovative Publication Book Award from the Gerontological Society of America! To see the full press release, including other awards given by the GSA, click here! Additionally, for 20% off the book, click here and use Promo Code: A004
CREATE is excited to host another workshop on Designing for Older Adults in New York City this October and we hope you can attend! For more information regarding the workshop and details on how to register for the event, please click here!
Along with collaborators from Valencia Catholic University Saint Vincent Martyr, CREATE's Drs. Walter Boot and Neil Charness recently published a Spanish adaptation of the Computer and Mobile Device Proficiency Questionnaires (CPQ and MDPQ) for older adults. For more information, click here!
The CREATE Team recently presented multiple works at the 9th International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics European Region Congress 2019 (IAGG-ER)! To see some photos from the event, click here!
Reminder!: Designing for Older Adults: Principles and Creative Human Factors Approaches, Third Edition, authored by members of the CREATE Team, is NOW AVAILABLE! For a 20% discount on your purchase, apply the code 'A004' at checkout!
CREATE research was well-represented at the 2019 International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care! CREATE hosted a panel at the event entitled, "Challenges Confronting Older Adults in Today’s Healthcare Landscape," which fostered great discussion! Click here for photos from the conference panel and presentations!
Members of the CREATE Team and Advisory Board had a productive meeting recently to discuss current and future CREATE research. To see some pictures from the meeting, click here!
Great news: Designing for Older Adults: Principles and Creative Human Factors Approaches, Third Edition, authored by members of the CREATE Team, is NOW AVAILABLE! For a 20% discount on your purchase, apply the code 'A004' at checkout!
Marissa Kobayashi, who recently received a CREATE pilot grant to support her work, submitted an abstract entitled “Formative Development of a Physical Activity Digital Health Intervention for Grandparents and Grandchildren“ to the Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine and was awarded the “Outstanding Abstract Submission” for the Child and Family Health Special Interest Group. Way to go, Marissa! Authors on the abstract included Marissa Kobayashi, Rafael Leite, Lucia Alvarez, Rachel Wetstone, Sara M. St. George & CREATE’s Sara J. Czaja.
CREATE's Dr. Wendy Rogers was recently featured on Prof. Stephen Fairclough's "The Mind Machine" podcast in which she discussed her work on projects related to the Center, as well as her other numerous, varied research. Check it out by clicking here!
The CREATE Team was well-represented at the Gerontological Society of America 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting! CREATE presented a symposium entitled, "The Benefits and Challenges of Technology for Older Adults: Lessons from CREATE', which was chaired by CREATE's director, Dr. Sara Czaja. For photos from the event, click here!
Coming Soon: CREATE is excited to announce the Third Edition of our Designing for Older Adults book. You can pre-order your copy now by clicking here!
At the 30th Association for Psychological Science (APS) Annual Convention, CREATE PI Dr. Sara Czaja discussed how access to technology can help facilitate older adults' access to important services and information. Click here to learn more!
Dr. Wally Boot was presented the Earl Alluisi Award for Early Career Achievement at the APA 2018 annual meeting. The award recognizes outstanding achievements made by psychologists within 10 years of receiving their PhD. Congratulations, Dr. Boot!
Congratulations to Dr. Neil Charness! He was presented the 2018 Committee on Aging (CONA) Award for the Advancement of Psychology and Aging at this year's APA 2018 annual meeting! For more information on the CONA Award, click here!
Dr. Wendy Rogers and CREATE alum Dr. Richard Pak were featured in the July/August 2018 APA Monitor issue. Click here to read more!
The CREATE Team will be well-represented at the 2018 APA Convention! Dr. Wally Boot, chair-elect of the Commitee on Aging (CONA), will be one of four speakers during this year's CONA Conversation Hour, discussing the topic of Aging and the Importance of Social Connectedness. Moreover, congratulations to Dr. Neil Charness who will be presented the 2018 CONA Award for Advancement of the Psychology of Aging! For more information about the event, click here!
CREATE Principal Investigator Dr. Neil Charness has received two honors for a career of work on longevity and on technology for older adults, from the Committee on Aging of the American Psychological Association and from the International Society for Gerontechnology. Click here to read more!
The first entry in a video series that explains CREATE research in brief has been uploaded to the CREATE YouTube channel! This video reviews findings from a randomized controlled trial which included over 300 older adults at risk for social isolation. The results showed multiple benefits for those using the Personal Reminder Information & Social Management System (PRISM). Click here to watch, and remember to like the video and subscribe to the channel for more videos like this as they become available!
CREATE now has a YouTube channel! The first upload is a video of when Drs. Neil Charness and Sara Czaja of the CREATE Team gave a webinar on integrating older adults into today's work environment, covering a broad swatch of relevant topics founded in research. Click here to watch!
Data from CREATE's PRISM (Personal Reminder Information & Social Management) randomized field trial demonstrate that given the opportunity and training, many older adults may become active and long-term gamers. These findings have implications for designing video games that older adults enjoy, supporting enjoyable and meaningful interactions with video games across the life span, and for designing cognitive, social, and health interventions involving games. Click here to read the article, published in the journal Innovation in Aging.
The CREATE Team recently presented their research at the International Society for Gerontechnology 2018 annual meeting in St. Petersburg, Florida. Click here to view pictures from the conference!
The CREATE Team had a strong presence at the 2018 Cognitive Aging Conference in Atlanta, Georgia! Dr. Neil Charness delivered the conference's keynote, entitled "From Satisficing to Optimizing: The Future of Cognitive Aging," and members of CREATE presented their research with very well-received posters! For photos from the event, click here!
New Open Access paper on factors that shape older adults' decisions about technology adoption. Stakeholders looking to increase adoption among older adults must be cognizant of these factors and how they vary depending on the technology examined. Click here to read more!
What are the opportunities and challenges older adults experience associated with seeking health information online? CREATE researchers explore this issue in a new chapter for the book Aging, Technology and Health. Click here to access the chapter!
What role can technology play in supporting and facilitating older adults' social engagement? CREATE researchers explore this issue in a new chapter for the book Aging, Technology and Health. Click here to access the chapter!
The CREATE team recently presented the symposium entitled, "Designing Technology to Improve the Lives of Older Adults at Risk for Social Isolation" at the APA's Technology, Mind & Society conference in Washington, D.C. Click here for more details about the conference!
CREATE collaboration finds that older adults are optimistic about the promise of brain training technologies. Click here to learn more!
Dr. Neil Charness was quoted in an article in the New York Times discussing older adults' experiences in high-tech careers. Click here to read the article!
Dr. Neil Charness of CREATE is part of a team of researchers organizing a workshop centered around designing interactions for the aging populations. Submission deadlines are Februrary 15th, 2018, and the workshop will be held in Montréal, Canada, on April 22nd, 2018. For more information, visit the website by clicking here!
Drs. Sara Czaja and Joe Sharit of the CREATE Team recently hosted a two-day conference entitled "Current and Emerging Trends in Aging and Work" at which discussions of aging in the context of employment patterns, policy issues, work performance, job trends, and health and wellness were led by experts in the respective areas. For the agenda and photos from the event, click here!
A new study co-authored by Neil Charness of the CREATE Team was recently published in the Journal of Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition. The study examined how age, depressive symptoms, demographic variables, frailty, and health factors jointly influence episodic memory across the lifespan in two large, diverse samples. For more information about the study, click here!
Drs. Neil Charness and Sara Czaja of the CREATE team will be hosting a free webinar entitled, "Integrating Older Adults into Today’s Work Environment" on October 25th, 2017, from 1:30-2:30pm EST. If you are interested in participating, please RSVP by October 20th by clicking here: RSVP.
For more information, including an abstract for the event, click here!
The CREATE team and their work was recently covered by the APA Monitor. Click here to read about older adults' use of technology to adapt for aging.
Drs. Neil Charness & Sara Czaja are hosting free webinar entitled “Integrating Older Workers into the Work Environment” as part of CREATE research dissemination activities. It takes place April 3 at 1:30PM Eastern Time. Registration is limited to enable discussion so try to sign up by March 20 if interested. More information and registration can be found at this link.
The CREATE team was well-represented at the 2017 International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care. The PIs had a panel titled "Design for Older Adult Consumers of Health IT: Best Practice Guidance from CREATE" in addition to a couple student posters.
The CREATE team recently hosted a day and a half workshop on February 23-24, 2017, in Miami, Florida. The focus of the workshop was Health Care Technologies for Older Adults: Design, Adoption, Implementation & Training Issues. For more information, visit http://www.createworkshop.org/.
"Designing Technology Training for Older Adults in Continuing Care Retirement Communities" is the newest addition to the Human Factors and Aging Series (Cotten, Yost, Berkowsky, Winstead, & Anderson, 2016). For more information, visit the book site on CRC press. Additional books in the Human Factors and Aging Series can be found here
The CREATE team was selected as this year's recipient of the American Psychological Association's inaugural Prize for Interdisciplinary Team Research. The prize recognizes an interdisciplinary research team that includes one or more psychological scientists in major roles and has produced significant scientific work. More information on the award can be found here. Congratulations!
CREATE PI Sara Czaja presented an invited keynote address at the Congress of the German Society of Gerontology and Geriatrics in Stuttgart, Germany on September 8th, 2016. The title of her presentation was: "Technology and Aging: Where are We Now and Where Do We Need to Be". More information on the address can be found here.
Neil Charness received the M. Powell Lawton Distinguished Contribution Award for Applied Gerontology from the American Psychological Association. This award recognize those whose contributions have improved the quality of life of older persons. Congratulations!
Neil pictured with his wife Beth Charness
The CREATE Team was well-represented at the 2=American Psychological Association's 2016 Annual Convention in Denver, CO.
CREATE PI Sara Czaja has been appointed the Director of the Center on Aging. You can read the full announcement here. Congratulations!
CREATE PI Neil Charness was awarded the Franklin V. Taylor Award for Outstanding Contributions in the Field of Applied Experimental / Engineering Psychology from the American Psychological Association. Congratulations!
CREATE PI Wally Boot was awarded the Developing Scholar Award for recognition of scholarly activities at FSU, following a nomination by peers and recommendation by the FSU Council on Research and Creativity. Congratulations!
Sean McGlynn was selected for the Georgia Gerontology Society's (GGS) Virginia M. Smyth Scholarship Award. This award is given to one graduate student per year to promote students’ interest in age-related issues and to promote professional development in gerontology. Congratulations!
CREATE PI Wendy Rogers has been awarded fellow status with The Gerontological Society of America (GSA), the world’s oldest and largest interdisciplinary organization devoted to research, education, and practice in the field of aging. GSA fellowship is an acknowledgment of outstanding and continuing work in the field of gerontology. Congratulations!
CREATE PI Wendy Rogers and her research were included in a new report from the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) titled “Independence, Technology, and Connection in Older Age.” Press release here.
The CREATE Team was represented in a variety of presentations at the 2016 Cognitive Aging Conference in Atlanta, GA.
CREATE hosted a day and a half workshop on Usability and Design for Aging on February 25-26, 2016, in Miami, Florida. The focus of the workshop was on healthcare and healthcare products. For more information, visit http://www.createworkshop.org/.
CREATE PI Sara Czaja is the co-author on a new book with Dr. Laura N. Gitlin titled "Behavioral Intervention Research: Designing, Evaluating, and Implementing". For more information and to purchase the book, visit this website.
The CREATE Team hosted a symposium at the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida.
Create PI Wally Boot met with multiple Representatives and their staffers on Capitol Hill to discuss technology and aging. These conversations included discussing CREATE's work understanding needs of older adults and how technology can help.
Wally Boot talking technology and aging with Representative Gwen Graham on Capitol Hill
The CREATE Team presented "Designing Interventions for Successful Aging: Findings from CREATE" at the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics European Region Congress in Dublin, Ireland.
The CREATE team at IAGG
Dr. Neil Charness has been named Director of the Florida State University Institute for Successful Longevity. Neil has served as Interim Director since the institute was established in 2013.
Sara Czaja was invited to participate in this year's Nobel Week Dialogue to be held in Stockholm on December 9th, 2014 in conjunction with the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony. This year's meeting is entitled "The Age to Come: New Scientific and Cultural Perspectives on Ageing". This event will have live streaming. Congratulations!
Work at Georgia Tech on human-robot interaction in home settings was featured in a news article in "The Telegraph". Wendy Rogers was quoted.
Wendy Rogers received the Oliver Keith Hansen Outreach Award from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. This award recognizes members and nonmembers who engage in significant activities that broaden awareness of the existence of the human factors/ergonomics profession and the benefits it brings to humankind. Congratulations!
Wendy Rogers receiving the award from the Award Chair Dr. Richard Hornick
Tracy Mitzner is participating in a panel on “Managing Your Role as Caregiver” at Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business.
Two CREATE PIs were recognized at the 2014 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA). Sara Czaja became the new President of the Adult Development and Aging Division (20) of APA. Wally Boot received APA Division 20's Springer Early Career Achievement Award in Research on Adult Development and Aging. Congratulations!
The symposium "Designing interventions for independent living through ICT: The PRISM clinical field trial" was given at the 9th World Conference of Gerontechnology (ISG 2014) in Taiwan.
Neil Charness, official CREATE photographer, in action at Gerontechnology
The CREATE Team presented "Findings from the Prism Field Trial: A Technology-Based Intervention for “At Risk” Older Adults" at the Gerontological Society of America Meeting.
The CREATE team at GSA:
The Create Team was awarded the 2013 Jack A. Kraft Innovator Award by HFES for "significant efforts to extend or diversify the applications of human factors principles and methods to new areas of endeavor". The official announcement is shown here. Congratulations!
The CREATE team at the award ceremony:
From left to right: Wally Boot, Sara Czaja, Doug Harris (Award Committee Chair),
Wendy Rogers, Neil Charness. Not pictured: Dan Fisk, Joseph Sharit.
Members of CREATE presented a symposium at the American Psychological Association's meeting in Hawaii.
Designing for Older Adults: Principles and Creative Human Factors Approaches has been translated into Japanese by Ryoko Fukuda, Nana Itoh, & Hiroyuki Umemuro and is available through Amazon.
The CREATE team was represented internationally at CHI 2013 in Paris, France.
The CREATE team was represented in a variety of presentations at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 2013 International Healthcare Symposium: Advancing the Cause, Baltimore, MD.
The CREATE team was represented in a variety of presentations at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting in Boston, MA.
Dr. Sara Czaja is featured on a panel discussing the 2012 United States of Aging survey, and specifically talks about the aging workforce. Check out the discussion here!
CREATE researchers have been accepted to present a symposium at the Gerontological Society of America meeting, in San Diego on Friday November 16 from 8:00 - 9:30 AM. Title is DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING AN INTERVENTION FOR OLDER ADULTS: THE PRISM FIELD TRIAL.
Dr. Neil Charness has organized a panel for the ISG*ISARC conference on Friday, June 29, in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, on Cognitive Training. Presenters include Dr. Walter Boot (USA-CREATE), Dr. Elizabeth Zelinski (USA-USC), Dr. Jutta Kray (Germany) and Dr. Karin Slegers (Netherlands).
Dr. Neil Charness presented a keynote at that conference on June 28 (co-authors include CREATE graduate students Ryan Best and Dustin Souders): Memory functioning and supportive technology.
Drs. Tracy Mitzner, Marita O'Brien, and Wendy Rogers moderate the symposium Emerging Technologies for Healthcare and Aging at the Computer Human Interaction Conference, Austin, TX
Research from CREATE highlighted in the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting, in a symposium titled "Health Technology Design for Older Adults: Findings from CREATE."
The CREATE team was represented in a variety of presentations at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.
Neil Charness is quoted in press release. "Life Gets Better at 50". Link to press release.
CREATE is predominantly featured in AARP news release. "Technology Fear Stop Older Adults From Logging On: But Scientists are Breaking the Computer Block". Link to press release.
Human Factors and Aging Lab researchers featured in PR2 robot project supported by Willow Garage. Link to blog post.
Jenay Beer featured in WABE The Classics and NPR News radio station.
Dr. Wendy Rogers presented at the School of Informatics Distributed Education colloquia lecture series!
Drs. Arthur D. Fisk and Wendy A. Rogers are featured in this month's American Psychologist. Look for them in the Science section!
CREATE funded Georgia Tech research featured on Atlanta Business Chronicle
The online article describes how successful projects often use the science of human factors.
CREATE funded Florida State research featured on the homepage of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Website.
The online article, with video clip, describes how researchers are testing voting systems for Seniors.
CREATE funded Georgia Tech research featured on The Wall Street Journal.