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Public Mailing List 

Our public mailing list is intended for sharing a regular newsletter with those wishing to learn more about ALT. Shared monthly detailing ALT news, events and information relevant to the community while offering a glimpse into the benefits of being a member of ALT. 

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Member and Special Interest Group Lists 

ALT Members Groups bring together Members from across a particular geographical area. ALT has Members Groups in all parts of the UK and they form an important and permanent part of our Member network. ALT Special Interest Groups (SIGs) bring together individuals or organisations within ALT around a common theme. 

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AmplifyFE Mailing List 

A discussion list for the Amplify FE Community of Practice. AmplifyFE is a network to connect and amplify communities of practice for digital learning, teaching and assessment in vocational education.

Join the AmplifyFE mailing list to keep up to date with the latest news, events and to get involved in the conversation. All signed up to the mailing list will receive an AmplifyFE Community Space member badge. 


List: ICT Research Network (open)

A discussion list for the ICT in Education Research Network, which was transferred from Becta to ALT, working in partnership with Naace, and with the support of the Association for Information Technology in Teacher Education, the eLearning Network, and the Mirandanet Fellowship, in December 2010.

About ICTRN. ICTRN is an email discussion list. Its purpose is to support research into ICT in teaching and learning, and the work of researchers and research-users in the field. The focus should therefore be on asking questions and providing answers, links, and advice. We strongly encourage those who ask questions to circulate a brief summary of the responses they receive back to the list. Whist we discourage use of the list for commercial purposes, using the list in moderation to distribute calls for papers, chapter/article proposal requests, and conference details is generally acceptable.

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