eInclusion Conference (continued – session 4)

Introduction by Joseph Bremer, Commission eInclusion Unit

Hinted at a new area of reserach under the Commission’s FP7 research programme that would focus on “radically simplified computer interfaces” – I hope that people like Alan Cooper (whose seminal work “The Inmates have taken over the asylum”, on interaction design, has influenced my own thinking) will be involved in this work!

I gave a second, and more personal, presentation on the problems of literacy (available here).

Other speakers included Atis Kapenieski (Riga Technical University), Ivica Milicevic (WRC Research Ireland), Thomas Haensgen (TJFBV Germany) and Tim Willoughby from Mobaile (Gaelic for “my community”), Ireland

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