MARC News

MARC issues media releases about our work,events, research, and comments on current issues impacting older Australians

MARC also has a Twitter feed which provides informative tweets about emerging research relating to our key themes, you can follow the account here: https://twitter.com/melb_arc

Media inquiries: Penny Underwood on (03) 9818 8540 or mediawise@mediawise.net.au

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MARC Matters - December 2016

In the last 12 months the Melbourne Ageing Research Collaboration (MARC) has continued to grow in reputation and significance and with involvement of partners has had a bumper year of education events, public forums and collaborative research projects.

Research Participants Needed - The University of Melbourne

This research study aims to examine how well touch-screen devices (e.g. tablet) and voice interfaces (Google Home) are used and accepted by older adults. This study will be conducted at the Interaction Design Lab at the University of Melbourne and it will last no more than one hour.

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MARC Matters - March 2018

Welcome to the March 2018 edition of MARC Matters. MARC continues to make great progress towards improving the lives of older people through a range of activities. The March 2018 edition of MARC Matters features: introduction and updates on MARC progress, latest project updates, and latest news on MARC.

MARC Matters - November 2017

Welcome to the November 2017 edition of MARC Matters. The Melbourne Ageing Research Collaboration is now in its third year, and continues to make great progress towards improving the lives of older people through a range of activities.

MARC Matters - June 2017

Welcome to the June 2017 edition of MARC Matters. The Melbourne Ageing Research Collaboration is now in its third year, and continues to make great progress towards improving the lives of older people through a range of activities.

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