Attitudes and Technologies: Striving to Match New Electronic Information Products and Services to the Needs and Interests of Elderly People : Report of an Aspen Institute Conference on New Electronic Technologies to Meet the Needs of Elderly People : More Issues and Cases, Wye Woods Conference Center, Queenstown, Md. March., 23-25, 1988
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