Past awards

2017

Learning Technologist of the Year Awards 2017 - find out more about the winners of the 2017 Awards

2016

Learning Technologist of the Year Awards 2016 - find out more about the winners of the 2016 Awards

2015

Learning Technologist of the Year Awards 2015 - find out more about the winners of the 2015 Awards

2014

Learning Technologist of the Year Award 2014 - find out about the winners of the 2014 Awards - [844Kb PDF]

2013

Learning Technologist of the Year Award 2013 - find out about the winners of the 2013 Awards - [217 Kb PDF]

2012

Learning Technologist of the Year Award 2012 - find out about the winners of the 2012 Awards - [537 Kb PDF]

The Google/ALT "Apps in Learning and Teaching" competition - download a document describing the award and the winning and commended entries - [230 Kb PDF] 

ALT-C 2012 Awards

Best Proceedings Paper

74 "Secrets of mlearning failures: confronting reality"
Thomas Cochrane

Best PechaKucha

140 "Transforming Learning Technologists into Design Researchers"
Brenda Bannan

229 "Engagement by stealth: Can a PG Cert get teachers excited about tech?"
Lindsay Jordan

2011

Learning Technologist of the Year Award 2011 - find out about the winners in 2011 - [1.9 Kb PDF]

Epigeum Award for the Most Effective Use of Video 2011 - [26.2 Kb PDF]

Winner

James McDowell, University of Huddersfield. VELOCITy: Video Enhanced Learning Opportunities in Computing and Information Technology.

Finalists
Clare Hardman and Phil Watten, University of Sussex. How to Give a Good Presentation.
Susan Lesley Daniels, University of Leeds. Inter-professional learning for healthcare pre-registrations students around safeguarding children through the medium of a video of a play called "Bad Mummy".
Gary Morris, University of Leeds. Understanding and engaging with the lived experience of dementia.
Chris O'Reilly, University of Derby. X- ray Movies for students on the Move.

Jorum Learning and teaching Competition 2011 - [222 Kb PDF]

ALT-C 2011 Awards

Best Proceedings Paper
0094 "DeFrosting Professional Development: Reconceptualising Teaching using Social Learning Technologies"
Thomas Cochrane and Vickel Narayan

Best Short Presentation
0015 "Project SOAR - Student's Online Attention and Reading Lists: navigating the river of student attention"
Alan Cann
0148 "Matchmaking Learning Technologists and Flourishing Collaborations: The Case of The Bloomsbury Colleges"
Tim Neumann, Sarah Sherman
0221 "Effectiveness of online technologies for laboratory-based work"
Jacky Forsyth
0233 "Do students like individual feedback videos?"
Philip Wane
0243 "Arduino culture - Creative collaboration inside and outside of school"
Steve Bunce

Best ePoster
0190 "If the lecture is recorded, what’s the point of the lecture? Comparing staff and student views about lecture capture"
Alysa Bramble, Manoj Singh and Eoin McDonnell

2010

Learning Technologist of the Year Award 2010 - find out more about the winners in 2010 - [569 Kb PDF]

Epigeum Award for the Most Effective Use of Video 2010 - [32 Kb PDF]

Jorum Learning & Teaching Competition 2010 - [31 Kb PDF]

ALT-C 2010 Best Poster and Best Proceedings Paper Awards

Best Proceedings Paper
0188 "An analysis of first-year business students' mobile phones and their use for learning" [1.3 MB PDF of full paper]
Claire Bradley and Debbie Holley, London Metropolitan University.

Best Poster
Best Poster Award (voting by conference delegates)
0204 "First steps to second life: learning to simulate and simulating to learn" [1.9MB PDF Poster]
Bob Hallawell, Jenny Prior, Patrick Lockley, University of Nottingham.
Best Poster Award (voting by people not attending the conference)
0096 "Changing the way we see test-items in a computer-based environment: Screen design and question difficulty" [2MB PDF Poster]
Matt Haigh, Cambridge Assessment.

2009

Learning Technologist of the Year Award 2009 - find out more about the winners in 2009 - [365 Kb PDF]

Epigeum Award for the Most Effective Use of Video 2009 - [32 Kb PDF]

Jorum Learning & Teaching Competition 2009 - [31 Kb PDF]

2008

Learning Technologist of the Year Award 2008 - find out more about the winners in 2008 - [400 Kb PDF]

Learning Object Competition 2008 - [300 Kb PDF]

2007

Learning Technologist of the Year Award 2007 - find out more about the winners in 2007 at the inaugural awards ceremony - [600 Kb PDF]