OATS provides thought leadership by presenting at seminars, panel sessions, and conferences, and by authoring or contributing to studies, reports, and academic journal articles that shed light on the intersection of technology and older adults.
How a generation came to embrace—and realign with—the lure of technology.
This study examined the impact of the OATS computer training courses on older adult participants.
The PATH Project’s overarching goal is to develop an effective model for helping older adults to access Internet-based information and technology to improve their lives.
This article proposes development of a more inclusive understanding of broadband adoption that makes better use of quantitative, qualitative, and anecdotal data.
This mixed-method study examined how participation in a senior’s technology training program influences the social environments and active aging of older New Yorkers.