Welcome

The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) is an independent charity and the leading professional body for Learning Technology in the UK. We represent individual and organisational Members from all sectors including Further and Higher Education and industry. We provide recognition and accreditation for all with a professional interest in Learning Technology.

Our Members

Since we were established in 1993, our community has grown to over 3,500 Members as Learning Technology has become a fundamental part of learning, teaching and assessment. The pervasiveness of learning technology means that many working in education will be involved with it in some form, so therefore we embrace the diverse range of roles, titles and terminology in Learning Technology across sectors. We believe ‘you don’t have to be called ‘Learning Technologist’ to be one.

Support in the current crisis

We support our community during this crisis - visit our list of resources for expert webinars, access to the Members Directory of consultants and commercial services and community resources.

News

ALT responds to Digital teaching and learning during the coronavirus pandemic: Call for evidence

17 September 2020
ALT is preparing a response to the Digital teaching and learning during the coronavirus pandemic: Call for evidence. This call for evidence is seeking a wide breadth of sector input and experience to understand the challenges faced, and lessons learned from remote teaching and learning delivery...
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The Open Covid Pledge: lifting the lid

07 September 2020
Since we launched the Open Covid Pledge for Education, more than 100 open educators and more than 40 organisations have pledged to share their knowledge to support the educational response to COVID-19. It’s a wonderful expression of solidarity in the face of enormous challenges. But what does an...

Call for Papers: 2020 Mobile Mixed Reality Special Collection Update

07 September 2020
                  Guest editors Associate Professor Thomas Cochrane, Centre for the Study of Higher Education, the University of Melbourne, Australia. Cochrane.t@unimelb.edu.au Associate Professor James Birt, Faculty of Society and Design, Bond University, Australia. jbirt@bond.edu.au Dr Vickel...