Research Line 13: Social context and impact
Inclusion of people can be supported by a careful use of technology, particularly in activities connected to access to information and interpersonal communications. Sometimes, difficulties in using technology are caused by an insufficient care given to the problems of adaptation of it to people, especially if they have some activity limitations. Other times, this is due to an insufficient knowledge of all the important stakeholders of the problems encountered by some people in using systems, services and applications and of the solutions available to solve or reduce the problems.
Research Line 13 contains four Research Actions. The image below presents the mapping (position) of the Research Actions in the overall Roadmap.
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- Research action 13.1: Knowledge of the potential and the social effects of ICT to support an inclusive life
- Research action 13.2: Research on the ethical and legal requirements and consequences
- Research action 13.3: Research on changing attitudes of different stakeholders towards eInclusion
- Research action 13.4: Research on how to integrate social objectives in ICT