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Research project: Innovative technologies for autism: critical reflections on digital bubbles

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Innovative technologies for autism – critical reflections on digital bubbles was a series of seven seminars funded by the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

Dates: 2014-16

Funder: ESRC

Sarah Parsons (University of Southampton), Nicola Yuill and Judith Good (University of Sussex), and Mark Brosnan (University of Bath) organised the seminars, which featured national and international speakers from a range of disciplines. The series focused on why and how technologies are being developed, applied and evaluated for people with autism, exploring different ‘bubbles’ that exist within the field; for example, methods, disciplines, stage of life, and the use of different technologies.

For more information, please see the Digital Bubbles website.

Related research groups

Centre for Research in Inclusion
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