WHITE PAPERS  

 
Look here for some of the recent articles written by Conation Technologies staff. Most of these have been published in newsletters, magazines etc, and the copyright is held by various organisations. Please do not download these articles for anything other than private study without contacting Conation Technologies first to request permission.
    Understanding the past: illuminating the future by Nick Rushby and Jan Seabrook. December 2007.  Included here by kind permission of Becta.  
    The great books of learning technology by Nick Rushby.  This article was first published as an editorial in The British Journal of Educational Technology Volume 38, no 4, May July 2007.  
    Avoiding training waste by Nick Rushby.  This article was first published as an editorial in The British Journal of Educational Technology Volume 37, no 2, March 2006.  
    Mobile learning by Nick Rushby.  This article was first published as an editorial in The British Journal of Educational Technology Volume 36, no 5, September 2005.  
    Where are the new paradigms? by Nick Rushby.  This article was first published as an editorial in The British Journal of Educational Technology Volume 36, no 3, May 2005.  
    Whatever happened to TD2? by Nick Rushby, Jan Seabrook and Bob Fairbrother. First published in IRSE News Institution for Railway Signal Engineers, London. 9-11.  
    Assessment of competence of track workers by Nick Rushby. This white paper is an updated report of work carried out in 1994-5 when the author was at PA Consulting Group leading the Mobile Solutions team.  It has been updated and re-published because of its relevance to the current competence management needs of the rail industry.  
         
    Assuring the quality of multimedia by Nick Rushby. This paper was first published as:  Rushby N J (1997) Quality criteria for multimedia Association for Learning Technology Journal 5 2, 18-30.  
    Essential analysis in e-learning development by Jan Seabrook. This article was first published in Croner Interactive Learning Newsletter no 14 October 2002.  
    Where do we start? by Nick Rushby. This article was first published as an editorial in The British Journal of Educational Technology Volume 33, no 2, March 2002.  
         
    TBT cycling round again by Jan Seabrook. This article was first published in Croner Interactive Learning Newsletter no 7 March 2002.