By Christine Tilley
This paintings develops a theoretical framework for a digital group for individuals with long term, serious mobility disabilities. It proposes innovations for imposing a digital group version in response to consumer details wishes. The crucial subject matter to emerge from their narratives is how using details and communications know-how (ICT) lets them regain a feeling of keep an eye on. the belief is that the expertise offers innovations for independence and allows self-empowerment.
- Draws at the author's wide-ranging adventure of ICT and disability
- Provides sensible and real looking options to real-world problems
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2001). Usability is primarily concerned with developing computer systems to support rapid learning, high skill retention and minimal error rates. Such systems support high productivity and are consistent, controllable and predictable, which makes them pleasant and effective to use (Shneiderman, 1998). The implications for online communities are that users are able to communicate with each other, find information and navigate the community software with ease (Preece, 2000: 8). : 10), likewise, has found the term ‘virtual community’ a slippery one to define; she prefers a working definition of an online community that consists of four essential components: people, purpose, policies and computer systems.
The theorist literature answers these questions; it provides the main drivers in understanding the organising principles behind the virtual community literature. Over the past two decades, online communities have been operational and have become very focused. They now give their reasons for existence as support, commerce or learning, whereas in the beginning online communities seemed to want to be all things to all people. Consideration must now centre on the role of those most able to influence community participation: the essential element of virtual communities for people with physical disabilities (Seymour and Lupton, 2004).
292). : 279–81, 297). Rheingold sought to balance the dilemma of believing in the democratising potential of virtual communities and the technological criticisms. He believed people must constantly question the reality of their online cultures and remind others of the powerful illusory capabilities of electronic communication. People need to look closely at new technologies and question how they might assist in building stronger, more humane communities. If they take such steps, according to him, they are likely to prevent disaster.
A Sense of Control. Virtual Communities for People with Mobility Impairments by Christine Tilley