In addition to working in partnership with a broad range of organisations, we also work closely with our Sponsoring Members and other member organisations. If you are interested in working with the Association, please contact us.
We have formal Memoranda of Understanding with:
- ASCILITE, the Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (a sister membership organisation in Australasia);
- ILTA, Irish Learning Technology Association;
- L&W, the Learning and Work Institute.
We have a partnership with:
- Jisc. In 2008 JISC and ALT put in place a Memorandum of Understanding on which a productive relationship between the two organisations was built. In December 2012 Jisc changed its legal status and became a registered charity. In March 2014 we updated our partnership statement to ensure that Jisc and ALT continue to work together and to show that both organisations share a common commitment to harness technology to advance learning and improve access to it. Areas for collaboration include policy and leadership, innovation and projects.
We work closely with:
- several of our member organisations, including government departments and agencies;
- the Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association (UCISA);
- the Society of College, National and University Libraries (SCONUL);
- NAACE (a schools-focused membership organisations with broadly similar aims to our own).
- Efficiency Exchange : ALT is a content partner with Effficiency Exchange, which publishes regular blogs from HE professionals sharing their insights and approaches.
We have membership exchanges with:
- the eLearning Alliance in Scotland;
- the eLearning Network, with whom we work closely on acitivities like our series of jointly organised lunchtime webinars.
ALT is a Member of the National Council of Voluntary Organisations (UK charity 225922).