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Rates of Reaction Jun 30, 1982 11:00 PM London,
A simulation of a chemical reaction. Part of the Chemistry materials created by the Computers in the Curriculum Project and published by Longman.
Water on the Land Jul 31, 1982 11:00 PM London,
A simulation of the way water behaves in a landscape. Part of the Geography materials created by the Computers in the Curriculum Project and published by Longman.
Subroutine Library Manual Jan 01, 1983 12:00 AM London,
This manual for the developers and designers associated with the Computers in the Curriculum Project listed the subroutines written on a range of computers to provide an interoperable set of functions for educational software.
BASIC language standards Jan 01, 1984 from 12:00 AM to 08:45 PM London,
This was Occasional Paper 3, developed with David Riddle and published by the Computers in the Curriculum Project
Balance of Payments Mar 01, 1984 12:00 AM London,
Part of the Economics materials created by the Computers in the Curriculum Project and published by Longman.
Circular Flow of Income Jun 16, 1984 11:00 PM London,
A simple interactive presentation to develop a diagram of the circular flow of income in the economy specified by Ken Randall, which I programmed. Part of the Economics materials created by the Computers in the Curriculum Project and published by Longman.
Shallow Hill Jan 01, 1986 12:00 AM London,
A simulation of an archeological dig - by choosing grid squares you could uncover layers of evidence. Part of the History 13-16 materials created by the Computers in the Curriculum Project and published by Longman.
Analysis of Data from Burial Registers Jan 01, 1986 12:00 AM London,
A program to analyse burial register data. Part of the History 13-16 materials created by the Computers in the Curriculum Project and published by Longman.
[P3] Procedure Library Jan 01, 1987 12:00 AM London,
This was a library of procedures in Pascal and BBC Basic written on a range of computers to provide an interoperable set of functions for educational software. It was the successor to the Subroutine Library. The package was complemented by a technical guide and a design guide.
The Influence of New Software Environments on CAL Development from Mar 30, 1987 11:00 PM to Apr 02, 1987 11:00 PM Glasgow,
A paper presented at CAL 87 with David Squires and subsequently published in the journal Computers in Education
Report on Actor Jan 01, 1988 12:00 AM London,
Actor was a development system for Microsoft Windows. This report was written for and published by the Microelectronics Education Support Unit in 1988 in my role as Software Fellow.
Authoring of Computer Based Training Materials Jan 01, 1988 12:00 AM
A report for the Learning Technology Unit, Training Agency written in collaboration with Crossfield, L., Mace, T., Lewis, R. and Beier, L. M.
Working under Pressure Jan 01, 1988 12:00 AM London,
A simulation of the design of a gas pipeline running from the North Sea to the city. Commisioned by British Gas.
What is the Modelling Curriculum? from Apr 10, 1989 11:00 PM to Apr 13, 1989 11:00 PM Guildford,
A paper presented at CAL 89 with Margaret Stevens and subsequently published in the journal Computers in Education
Report on Smalltalk V Jan 01, 1990 12:00 AM London,
An object-oriented development system for the IBM PC and compatibles. This report was written for and published by the National Council for Education Technology, successor to the MESU, in 1990 in my role as Software Fellow.
Report on CIX- The Compulink Information Exchange Jan 01, 1990 12:00 AM London,
This generic online community tool was used for computer conferencing for educational software developers in the UK educational computing community. This report was written for and published by the National Council for Education Technology, successor to the MESU, in 1990 in my role as Software Fellow.
Report on Matrix Layout Jan 01, 1990 12:00 AM London,
A visual program design system, NCET, 1990. This report was written for and published by the National Council for Education Technology, successor to the MESU, in 1990 in my role as Software Fellow.
Report on Graphics Image Transfer Jan 01, 1990 12:00 AM London,
A report on the problems of taking graphics images from one program to another and some of the solutions available. This report was written for and published by the National Council for Education Technology, successor to the MESU, in 1990 in my role as Software Fellow.
Transformations Jan 01, 1990 12:00 AM London,
A program to perform simple geometric transformations on shapes. Part of the Mathematics materials created by the Computers in the Curriculum Project and published by Longman.
Design for Active Learning Jun 30, 1990 11:00 PM London,
A guide to designing educational software, developed by David Riley with my partnership, aimed at Apple's HyperCard product.
Planet Earth: Gaia Library Jan 01, 1991 12:00 AM London,
An interactive multimedia CD-ROM resource for discovering the Gaia theory of James Lovelock relating to the earth's biosphere and its response to human interventions, published by Anglia Higher Education College in 1991 as part of the Renaissance project
The Work Rooms Jan 01, 1992 12:00 AM Brentwood,
A set of interactive multimedia tools for primary age children designed in HyperCard and published by Anglia Polytechnic on floppy disk and later on CD-ROM as part of the Renaissance Project.
Integrated Media in Teaching and Learning: Lessons From the Renaissance Experience Mar 31, 1992 11:00 PM Bruges,
This report co-authored with Stephen Heppell was published in the proceedings of the Europe
[P5] Translating software: what it means and what it costs for small cultures and large cultures Jan 01, 1994 12:00 AM Brentwood, Essex,
This paper discussing the case for making software translateable was written with Dai Griffiths, Stephen Heppell and Greta Mladenova and was selected for publication in the journal Computers & Education after presentation at the CAL '93 conference
Educational multimedia - how to allow for cultural factors Jan 01, 1994 12:00 AM Moscow,
Written with Greta Mladenova and presented in Moscow, this paper was published in the proceedings of the Multimedia Hypermedia and Virtual Reality Conference, pp. 187-191, Moscow, Russia, 1994
Modelling with ordinal data to support debate of subjective issues Jan 01, 1994 12:00 AM Crimea,
Written with Greta Mladenova, this paper was published in the proceedings of the East-West conference Computer Technologies in Education part 2 p166, Crimea, Ukraine, 1994
Making Choices Jan 01, 1994 12:00 AM Brentwood,
A tool to support the modelling of decisions by identifying & ranking choices & factors. Developed in HyperCard and published by Anglia Polytechnic University and also included in the Insights for Teachers and Parents CD-ROM as part of the Renaissance Project.
Insights for Teachers and Parents Jan 01, 1994 12:00 AM Brentwood,
An interactive multimedia CD-ROM for teacher educators and their student teachers published in 1994 by Anglia Polytechnic University as part of the Renaissance Project.
Caught in the Web: Traditions Cultures & Spidermen Jul 13, 1994 11:00 PM Mallorca,
This discussion of concerns about the use of the world wide web in education was written with Tom Smith and published in the proceedings of the Multimedia over Networks conference, held at the University if the Balearic Islands in Mallorca, Spain, 1994
Key Skills and the post 16 curriculum - an innovative approach Apr 26, 2001 11:00 PM
A report written with Phil Langshaw from the Plume School, Maldon about our collaboration to develop celebration and publication of his sixth-form art students through development of a web site published as chapter in the book 'Issues in Teaching Using ICT' edited by Marilyn Leask.
Ultraversity Research Findings Jun 01, 2006 11:00 PM Chelmsford,
These are reports from Ultralab's innovative participant action-research Ultraversity Project. This project has, over three years, developed a higher education degree for workplace, online learning which leads to a BA (Hons) Learning Technology and Research from Anglia Ruskin University. They discuss the following issues: * What action did student researchers take? * Innovation in assessment * What jobs do our student researchers do?
Towards a pedagogical framework for the mobile Game-Based Learning project – key considerations Sep 27, 2006 11:20 AM Villach, Austria,
Paper presented at the conference ICL2006 held in Villach, Austria
School Matters – Happiest Days? Mar 13, 2007 12:00 AM Television,
I presented this Teachers' TV programme and co-authored the script. I was recruited to this work after a long telephone conversation with the researcher about the concept of 'delight' which Ultralab had been promoting throughout its work in the previous decade.
[P11] Report on good practice of innovative applications of learning theories in TEL Apr 29, 2013 11:00 PM Brentwood,
A report on learning theories and how the design of innovations in technology enhanced learning may be reviewed through a multi-levelled stakeholder analysis.

Lewis Carroll describes a fictional map that had:

"the scale of a mile to the mile."

A character notes some practical difficulties with such a map and states that:

"we now use the country itself, as its own map, and I assure you it does nearly as well."
— Sylvie and Bruno Concluded, Lewis Carroll, 1893