ALT

The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) represents individual and organisational Members from all sectors and parts of the UK. Our Membership includes practitioners, researchers and policy makers with an interest in Learning Technology. Our community grows more diverse as Learning Technology has become recognised as a fundamental part of learning, teaching and assessment.

Our charitable objective is "to advance education through increasing, exploring and disseminating knowledge in the field of Learning Technology for the benefit of the general public". We have led professionalisation in Learning Technology since 1993.

What we value and what we do

Greater Than the Sum of Our PartsOur current strategy sets out our aims for 2017-2020:

Increasing the impact of Learning Technology for the wider community, strengthening recognition and representation for the Membership at a national level and leading professionalisation for individual Learning Technology professionals in a broad range of roles.

You can explore the strategy slides, download the full text in PDF or Google docs. Visual content is available on Flickr.

News

Image of the 2017 ALT Awards

Now open for entries: 2017 Learning Technologist of the Year Awards

19 April 2017
The Awards are open to individuals and teams based anywhere in the world and celebrate and reward excellent practice and outstanding achievement in the learning technology field and to promote intelligent use of Learning Technology on a national scale.  First, second and third prizes will be...
Maren Deepwell at OER17

Chief Executive's report April 2017

10 April 2017
Dear Members of ALT My report would usually have reached you in February, but to celebrate the launch of the new strategy, it was time for the Trustees of ALT to write to you instead. If you haven’t already, do read their announcement of the strategy. You can also explore the strategy slides,...
Image of "Openness" from the ALT strategy

OER17: The Politics of Open - Conference catch up

07 April 2017
This week 185 participants came together in London for the OER17: The Politics of Open conference and many more participated online.  OER17 presented an opportunity for open practitioners, activists, educators and policy makers to come together as a community to reflect on ‘The Politics of Open’....