Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending an event at the Queen Mother Building in the University of Dundee to celebrate the work of the pioneering User Centre over the past decade and to unveil a plaque in memory of John Gibson, the first Chair and founding member of the centre, who passed away last year.
The User Centre has done much over the past ten years to bring the benefits of modern technology to the elderly and to adults with communication disabilities, and the celebration yesterday was also marked by the announcement that Brian Cox has accepted the role of the centre’s first patron.
Here’s a couple of photographs from yesterday’s celebration :
|University Principal and Vice Chancellor Professor Sir Pete Downes unveils the plaque in memory of John Gibson|
|Professor Annalu Waller, Chair of Human Communication Technologies, Jim Ashwood, Chair of the User Group and Professor Sir Pete Downes at the unveiling|