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KTP and RRI – the perfect match (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Kreps, D., Blaynee, J., Kutar, M., & Griffiths, M. (2015, September). KTP and RRI – the perfect match. Presented at ETHICOMP 2015, de Montfort University, Leicester, UK

Businesses working with universities are in an optimal position to overcome perceived barriers to the uptake of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) for Business and Industry. This paper sets out case study evidence within a particular framewor... Read More about KTP and RRI – the perfect match.

Ecstasi project : Using technology to encourage creativity in the assessment process (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Kutar, M., Griffiths, M., & Wood, J. (2015, March). Ecstasi project : Using technology to encourage creativity in the assessment process. Presented at UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS) 2015, Oxford, UK

The notion of creativity has attracted increasing attention in Higher Education in recent years, and is seen to be of importance in a variety of disciplines, not just those which are closely associated with the creative industries. This provides a ch... Read More about Ecstasi project : Using technology to encourage creativity in the assessment process.

A day in the digital life: a preliminary sousveillance study (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Fletcher, G., Griffiths, M., & Kutar, M. (2011, September). A day in the digital life: a preliminary sousveillance study. Presented at A Decade in Internet Time Symposium on the Dynamics of the Internet and Society, University of Oxford

A decade ago, Castells argued that most surveillance would have no directly damaging consequences. He proposed that what should be of more concern were the unpredictable consequences of our over-exposed lives, the lack of explicit rules for on-line b... Read More about A day in the digital life: a preliminary sousveillance study.

IBL: No half-way house? (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Kutar, M., Griffiths, M., & Wood, J. (2011, July). IBL: No half-way house?. Presented at Education in a Changing Environment (ECE) 6th International Conference : Creativity & Engagement in Higher Education, The University of Salford, Greater Manchester, UK

Introducing digital literacy skills through IBL: A comparative study of UG and PG business information systems students (2010)
Journal Article
Griffiths, M., Kutar, M., & Wood, J. (2010). Introducing digital literacy skills through IBL: A comparative study of UG and PG business information systems students. ITALICS, 9(2),

This paper reports a comparative study of Inquiry-Based Learning (IBL) at Undergraduate (UG) and Postgraduate (PG) levels at a university in the north west of England. Both student cohorts undertook a professional, legal and ethical module centre... Read More about Introducing digital literacy skills through IBL: A comparative study of UG and PG business information systems students.

Diversity in cognitive models (2010)
Book Chapter
Basden, A., & Kutar, M. (2010). Diversity in cognitive models. In Advances in cognitive systems (465-482). Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)

User preference and performance with UML interaction diagrams (2004)
Presentation / Conference
Kutar, M., Britton, C., Swann, J., & Barker, T. (2004, September). User preference and performance with UML interaction diagrams. Presented at Proceedings of IEEE 2004 Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VLHCC’04), Rome, Italy

An empirical study of user preference and performance with UML diagrams (2002)
Presentation / Conference
Anthony, S., Barker, T., Britton, C., Kutar, M., Beecham, S., & Wilkinson, V. (2002, September). An empirical study of user preference and performance with UML diagrams. Presented at IEEE 2002 Symposia on Human Centric Computing Languages and Environments (HCC’02), Arlington, Virginia, USA

The cognitive dimensions of an artifact vis-à-vis individual human users: studies with notations for the temporal specification of interactive systems (2001)
Book Chapter
Kutar, M., Britton, C., Nehaniv, C., & Jones, S. (2001). The cognitive dimensions of an artifact vis-à-vis individual human users: studies with notations for the temporal specification of interactive systems. In Cognitive technology: instruments of mind (342-355). Berlin / Heidelberg: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-44617-6_32

Academic library use in the Google era
Presentation / Conference
Alazemi, T., Chen, Y., & Kutar, M. Academic library use in the Google era. Presented at UKAIS 2016, Oxford, UK

Academic websites provided by academic libraries face challenges to their utility stemming from the rapid developments in information and communication technology (ICT). These developments have created diverse options and channels for information sou... Read More about Academic library use in the Google era.

A roboethics framework for the development and introduction of social assistive robots in elderly care
Thesis
Espingardeiro, A. A roboethics framework for the development and introduction of social assistive robots in elderly care. (Thesis). University of Salford

There is an emerging “aging phenomenon” worldwide. It is likely that we will require the introduction of assistive technologies that can assist caregivers in the exercise of elderly care. Such technologies should be designed in ways that promote high... Read More about A roboethics framework for the development and introduction of social assistive robots in elderly care.