White flowering cherry



Rodes cafe study in white, blue and green




Sheyne Lucock


Currently leading on IT for Barking and Dagenham's School Investment Programme.


Pressure of work has kept me away from the web of late, but I have had some fun on the photo-sharing website DigitalRev along with professional photographers and wannabes like me.


I have recently shared a Video in which I explain the advantages of using Supernova screens in education.


Not so recent activity on the web includes publishing online the Barking and Dagenham Guide to Interactive Teaching Technologies, a work blog entry on the Inevitability of change in schools' ICT, a review of the Mobi View mobile interactive whiteboard, and a revisiting of Infotech, whch I published way back in 1988. I also argue that Interactive Whiteboards are the right technology used in the wrong way.


On my personal blog I have added a collection of drawings from two little sketch books that belonged to my Father before WW2. You can also see when I took a walk around my local Docklands neighbourhood, talked about my Grandfather and his volunteer work with the Rocket Apparatus, a painting of Moy Castle on the Isle of Mull, and what I feel about a cup of coffee and a good book.


Started on 1st January 2012

Wartime Diaries from 1942


1930s Fashion

A slide show of drawings from 1936-37.


17th Century Physician's Handbook

Treatments and remedies from a working Physician's handbook published in the 17th century.


Flickr Photostream

This has been getting a lot of hits lately, especially this lucky shot of clouds over London. I've been uploading a very eclectic collection of curious photos, some taken from old family prints. Latest additions are a set of wall paintings in Philadelphia, some Native American Indian paintings on sandstone, and my favourite plants and flowers. I have also added two sets of photographs with evocative colours - one from Morocco, and the other from various places around the world.


360 degree panoramas from Summer 1999

A joint project with North Carolina DPI Instructional Technology

Tower of London and Tower Bridge

Greenwich Park

Trafalgar Square

London Docklands KGV Lock

Old Dagenham Council Chamber


Not strictly a panorama, but lending itself to the same presentation, is a painting on camel bone of Persians playing polo.




Sheyne on the Internet




Personal Blog
Work Blog
Experiments with Photoshop

Photosynth 360 degree panoramas





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