Views and Experiences of People with TBI in Using Social Media

‘I kind of figured it out’: the views and experiences of people with traumatic brain injury (TBI) in using social media — self‐determination for participation and inclusion online. Aims: This qualitative interview study examined the views and experiences of 13 people with TBI and cognitive-communication disability to identify: The nature of their social media experience;... Continue Reading →


Inclusion of People with Communication Disability in Twitter

Bronwyn Hemsley, Stuart Palmer, and Babak Abedin have been working on Twitter research, and have made several discoveries relevant to determining a metric for measuring the inclusion of people with communication disability in Twitter. Research publications related to their work are listed here. Abedin, B. (2018). Why social media are more like chocolate than cigarettes.... Continue Reading →

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