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Heap, Nicholas; Martin, Ian and Williams, Judith (2006). Issues of quality assurance in the management of plagiarism in blended learning environments. In: EADTU (European Association of Distance Teaching Universities) Annual Conference 2006, 23-24 Nov 2006, Tallinn, Estonia.

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Martin, Ian; Kear, Karen; Simpkins, Neil and Busvine, John (2013). Social negotiations in web usability engineering. In: Garcia-Ruiz, Miguel A. ed. Cases on Usability Engineering: Design and Development of Digital Products. IGI Global, pp. 26–56.

Martin, Ian (2010). Britain’s first computer centre for banking: what did this building do? In: Bátiz-Lazo, Bernardo; Maixé-Altés, J. Carles and Thomes, Paul eds. Technological Innovation in Retail Finance: International Historical Perspectives. Routledge International Studies in Business History. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 37–70.

Martin, Ian (2010). 'Too far ahead of its time': Britain, Burroughs and real-time banking in the 1960s. In: Society for the History of Technology Annual Meeting, 30 Sep - 03 Oct 2010, Tacoma, USA.

Martin, Ian (2010). Materiality, modernity and space: the British banks and their computer centres, 1961-1963. In: Special Interest Group for Computers Information and Society, 03 Oct 2010, Tacoma, USA.

Martin, Ian (2009). Britain's first computer centre for banking: What did this building do? In: XV World Economic History Congress, 3-7 Aug 2009, Utrecht.

Martin, Ian (2009). The computer and the clerk revisited: Martins Bank, Liverpool and London. In: Annual Conference of the Association of Business Historians: ‘Cities of Business, the Business of Cities’, 3-4 Jul 2009, Liverpool, UK.

Martin, Ian (2008). Making space for computers in the business of banking: Barclays and Britain in the 1960s. In: Connecting Disciplines: Three Societies Conference, 4-6 Jul 2008, Oxford, UK.

Martin, Ian (2006). Sense in working overtime: long hours in the construction of identity and career progression of IT specialists. In: Computers in use: historical and social perspectives conference, 22-23 Jul 2006, Manchester, UK.

Martin, Ian; Stubbs, Mark and Troop, Hannah (2006). Weapons of mouse destruction: a 3D strategy for combating cut-and-paste plagiarism using the JISC Plagiarism Advisory Service. In: 2nd International Plagiarism Conference, 19-21 Jun 2006, Gateshead, UK.

Martin, Ian (2006). Craft tradition in the history of computer programming, 1974-2004. In: Ethnographies of code workshop: Computer Programs as the Lived Work of Computer Programming, 30-31 Mar 2006, Lancaster, UK.

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Stubbs, Mark; Martin, Ian and Endlar, Lewis (2006). The structuration of blended learning: putting holistic design principles into practice. British Journal of Educational Technology, 37(2) pp. 163–175.

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