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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Active Ageing and Independent Living Services: The Role of Information and Communication TechnologyMALANOWSKI Norbert; OZCIVELEK Rukiye; CABRERA GIRALDEZ MARCELINOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Active Ageing and the Potential of ICT for LearningALA-MUTKA Kirsti Maria; MALANOWSKI Norbert; PUNIE YVES; CABRERA GIRALDEZ MARCELINOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Ageing Societies, Information and Communication Technologies and Active Ageing: Introductory RemarksCABRERA GIRALDEZ Marcelino; MALANOWSKI NorbertArticles in books
2007Combining ICT and cognitive science: opportunities and risksMALANOWSKI Norbert; COMPANO RAMONArticles in Journals
2006Converging Applications for Active Ageing PolicyCOMPANO RAMON; BOCK ANNE-KATRIN; BURGELMAN JEAN-CLAUDE; CABRERA GIRALDEZ MARCELINO; DA COSTA OLIVIER; MATTSSON Pauline; MALANOWSKI NorbertArticles in Journals
2009ICT-based Applications for Active Ageing: Challenges and OpportunitiesMALANOWSKI NorbertArticles in books
2009Information and Communication Technologies for Active Ageing: Opportunities and Challenges for the European UnionALA-MUTKA Kirsti Maria; BURGELMAN Jean claude; COMPANO Ramon; OZCIVELEK R.; PUNIE Yves; VALVERDE ALBACETE Jose'; CABRERA GIRALDEZ Marcelino; MALANOWSKI NorbertBooks
2009Possible Ways Ahead: Concluding RemarksMALANOWSKI Norbert; CABRERA GIRALDEZ Marcelino; BURGELMAN Jean-ClaudeArticles in books
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