We are the leading professional body for Learning Technology in the UK. We support a collaborative community for individuals and organisations from all sectors including Further and Higher Education and industry and provide professional recognition and development. Membership is open to all with a professional interest in using digital technologies for learning, teaching and assessment. 

Access to expertise and CPD for all practitioners

Learning Technology is a rapidly growing industry and we can help you find the right path for your career: join ALT as a Member and become part of our network of 3,500+ Members in the UK and globally. If you are not sure where to start, have a look at recent news, our Impact Report and find out more about what we do and how we can help you. Browse the #altc blog for case studies, reviews and more or explore 25+ years of research, evidence and policy

Professional recognition and development for Learning Technology professionals

If you are looking to scale up and develop your use of technology for learning, teaching or assessment, we can help with recruitment via ALT's weekly news digest and access to the Members Directory of consultants and commercial services; we offer practical resources, our Members only discussion list, webinars and conferences to share knowledge and find the expertise you need and offer opportunities to gain professional recognition on a national stage through ALT's Learning Technologist of the Year Awards

Opportunities for leaders and institutions

For experienced professionals, we offer opportunites to advance and develop your professional practice, including CMALT accreditation pathways to a senior level and mappings to other professional frameworks, opportunities to network via local Member and Special Interest Groups, new research in Learning Technology, analysis of current trends and ways to keep informed about ALT's ethical framework for Learning Technology

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Save the Date for our 2022 Annual Conference!

15 November 2021
 We invite you to join us next year at our Annual Conference in Manchester. From 06 - 08 September we will host a 3 day academic programme, and full social programme packed with networking opportunities including a special Gala.  The ALT Annual Conference is the UK's main conference for Learning...
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ALT welcomes Kerry Pinny as new Chief Operations Officer

15 November 2021
We are delighted to update Members that Kerry Pinny has been appointed as ALT's new Chief Operations Officer. Kerry will join our team in early 2022 and take responsibility for day to day operations working closely with our Chief Executive, Dr Maren Deepwell.    Maren Deepwell chaired the...
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We support action for Open Textbooks and Open Education

02 November 2021
In October a joint statement on access to e-book and e-textbook content was published by SCONUL in conjunction with the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP), the #ebooksSOS campaign, Jisc, the National Acquisitions Group (NAG), Research Libraries UK (RLUK) and the UK...