Reaching Aging Adults Living with or at Risk of HIV—A New Media and Technology Strategy

August 28, 2013

                                                                                      

The AIDS Institute’s “Reaching Aging Adults Living with or at Risk of HIV—A New Media and Technology Strategy” provides new media training opportunities, education, resources, information, and technology capacity building support targeting adults over 50 living with HIV or at risk of HIV infection. TAI seeks to accomplish an increased online and mobile technology usage and enhanced collaboration among targeted older adult users.

New media is defined as “on demand” access to content anytime, anywhere, on any digital device as well as interactive user feedback and creative participation. New media tools and technology can help connect people with information and resources, collaborate with others including family, friends and colleagues, and create new content to help deliver information and resources to others.

The goals and objectives for the project, for adults over 50 living with HIV or at risk of HIV infection and providers who serve them, include:

Goal 1: Increase new media knowledge and skills of tools and technologies.

Objective 1: Host Four (4) New Media & Technology E-learning trainings

Download Presentation from E-Learning Session #1

Download Presentation from E-Learning Session #2

Download Presentation from E-Learning Session #3

Download Presentation from E-Learning Session #4

    Objective 2: Develop and distribute Four (4) New Media & TechLink E-newsletters

    Download New Media & TechLink E-News Volume 1

    Download New Media & TechLink E-News Volume 2

    Download New Media & TechLink E-News Volume 3

    Download New Media & TechLink E-News Volume 4

    The AIDS Institute is conducting a poll survey that will help to identify topics and content for future E-learning sessions and the New Media & Techlink E-Newsletter. We value your feedback and encourage you to complete the survey.

    Please click on the link below to participate in this important survey.

    The AIDS Institute's New Media & Technology Survey

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