Research cafe: How Zotero can preserve your sanity and other stories

Thursday 28th January 2016, 12pm – 1:30pm, MP203 (CEBE Boardroom)

With Steve Murphy (School of Computing & Digital Technology)

Learn how using the free Zotero literature management and referencing tool allowed Steve to retain his last thread of sanity by making the chore of literature storage and referencing more bearable.

To register your interest e-mail Ian.McDonald@bcu.ac.uk.

Refreshments will be provided.

School of Architecture and Design lecture: exploring materiality – 7 December

Monday 7 December, 5pm, Parkside Lecture Theatre

With Chris Lefteri, on ‘What will the future feel like? The changing role of materials and design’

lefteri

Chris Lefteri is one of the most instrumental materials experts working in his field. For over a decade his studio work and publications have been pivotal in the way designers and the materials industry consider materials. In 2001 he published the first of eight books on materials and the application in design, which have been translated into six languages. These books have led the change in the way designers view and use materials. Subsequently his studio, Chris Lefteri Design, has worked with Fortune 500 companies and major design studios across Europe, the US and Asia implementing a broad range of strategies for effective materials integration in the design process.

This event is free to attend and all are welcome. For more information contact jackie.norton@bcu.ac.uk.