Events

ALT Assembly online meeting

ALT Events - 06/08/20

The ALT Assembly meets monthly online, with two annual face-to-face meetings in March and September.

 

The meeting will run in Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. If you have not used Collaborate Ultra before, it may be helpful to consult our webinar FAQs at https://www.alt.ac.uk/events/webinar-faqs

If you have any specific questions about the ALT Assembly please contact Debbie Baff Membership Manager (debbie.baff@alt.ac.uk

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Copyright, Fair Dealing and Online Teaching at a Time of Crisis (closed session - tbc)

ALT Events - 06/08/20

Weekly online meeting with Jane Secker and Chris Morrision for those interested in talking about copyright challenges at the current time and how we can address them. Jane and Chris have published a summary page full of resources, which includes links to content from previous sessions. No registration is required to join this week's event, but to join the session the link will only be shared on the LIS-Copyseek mailing listVisit the list if you need to subscribe (subscription is free).

The webinar will run in Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. If you have not used Collaborate Ultra before, it may be helpful to consult our webinar FAQs

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Copyright, Fair Dealing and Online Teaching at a Time of Crisis (closed session)

ALT Events - 28/07/20

Weekly online meeting with Jane Secker and Chris Morrision for those interested in talking about copyright challenges at the current time and how we can address them. Jane and Chris have published a summary page full of resources, which includes links to content from previous sessions. No registration is required to join this week's event, but to join the session the link will only be shared on the LIS-Copyseek mailing listVisit the list if you need to subscribe (subscription is free).

Note: This session will discuss teaching with audiovisual material online.

The webinar will run in Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. If you have not used Collaborate Ultra before, it may be helpful to consult our webinar FAQs

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CMALT Assessor Webinar

ALT Events - 22/07/20

At this session we will provide information and support to CMALT assessors, providing an overview of the assessment criteria, advice on how to complete an assessment, and an opportunity to see how the assessment process works.

There will also be time for individual questions at the end of the session.

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Getting Started with CMALT

ALT Events - 22/07/20

This webinar is for candidates registered for CMALT and planning or working on their portfolios.

The webinar will cover the structure of the CMALT portfolio, frequently asked questions, and the submission and assessment process. There will be an opportunity to ask questions.

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Getting Started with CMALT

ALT Events - 20/07/20

This webinar is for candidates registered for CMALT and planning or working on their portfolios.

The webinar will cover the structure of the CMALT portfolio, frequently asked questions, and the submission and assessment process. There will be an opportunity to ask questions.

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Copyright, Fair Dealing and Online Teaching at a Time of Crisis

ALT Events - 22/06/20

Weekly online meeting with Jane Secker and Chris Morrision for those interested in talking about copyright challenges at the current time and how we can address them. Jane and Chris have published a summary page full of resources, which includes links to content from previous sessions. No registration is required to join this event which will be hosted in Blackboard Ultra. Follow this link to join the session at the appropriate time.

The webinar will run in Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. If you have not used Collaborate Ultra before, it may be helpful to consult our webinar FAQs

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Introduction to Noteable Computational Notebooks

ALT Events - 17/06/20

Learn more about the Noteable service, which provides access to Jupyter computational notebooks for teaching purposes within a tailored package subscription. Noteable allows you to create teaching and assessment materials with coding elements in a variety of programming languages that can be run in a browser from anywhere, anytime. In this session you will find out more about what Jupyter notebooks are, how they can used in teaching, learning and research and how to introduce this service to your course or work.

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Copyright, Fair Dealing and Online Teaching at a Time of Crisis

ALT Events - 08/06/20

Weekly online meeting with Jane Secker and Chris Morrision for those interested in talking about copyright challenges at the current time and how we can address them. Jane and Chris have published a summary page full of resources, which includes links to content from previous sessions. No registration is required to join this event which will be hosted in Blackboard Ultra. Follow this link to join the session at the appropriate time.

The webinar will run in Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. If you have not used Collaborate Ultra before, it may be helpful to consult our webinar FAQs

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ALT Scotland: Annual Online Catch-Up 2020

ALT Events - 05/06/20

This ALT Scotland event will bring practitioners together from across sectors to share their experiences of strategy, practice and policy in learning technology. The day will be hosted by University of Glasgow online via Zoom.

An agenda for the day will be added to this page.

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ALT Online Summer Summit 2020 - Registration

ALT Events - 02/06/20

The ALT Online Summer Summit 2020 will bring together Learning Technology practitioners, researchers and policy makers to share strategies for the next academic year and the new challenges now facing us.

Organised by the leading professional body for Learning Technology in the UK, the Summer Summit will bring together leaders, researchers and practitioners from across sectors.  With a packed programme over 2 days we will explore the themes of crisis, care and complexity. The Summit has an international line up of featured speakers, practical sessions and panel discussions on topics ranging from assessment to student wellbeing. 

The programme for the summit will be made up of sessions with a practical focus on support, sharing expertise and networking. We will also include a special “jobs board” feature to champion recruitment and the new Members Directory of consultants and external services as well as strategic/leadership discussion.

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ALT Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2020

ALT Events - 28/05/20

ALT’s members are invited to attend this year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held online at 10am (BST) on 24 June 2020. The AGM will be open to all and all eligible Members will receive joining instructions and information about how to vote the week prior to the AGM.

The Agenda for the AGM will be issued at least two weeks prior to the meeting. All papers for the AGM and related information will be published on our dedicated Annual General Meeting page and circulated to those registered to attend.

The quorum for the AGM is twenty-five members of at least 12 months’ standing. Individual and Certified members and the representatives of organisational members have one vote each (Associate Members are not eligible to vote). 

Registration for voting Members closes 17 June 2020 at 10am BST to allow us to circulate AGM papers and voting information. Registrations will remain open until 24 June 2020 for observers.

The online AGM will run in Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. If you have not used Collaborate Ultra before, it may be helpful to consult our webinar FAQs

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Crisis support: Weekly Drop-in - everyone welcome

ALT Events - 18/05/20

We will be holding weekly online Members' Assembly Drop-In’s to help members share expertise, ask questions and come together to support each other. These Drop In’s will take place in Blackboard Collaborate Ultra and are open to all. To join these no registration is needed. To join follow the weekly drop-in link . 

 

We support our community during this crisis. Our members are under exceptional pressure as institutions plan and implement social distancing measures within learning and teaching. We are regularly updating this page and linked resources. Find out more.  

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Copyright, Fair Dealing and Online Teaching at a Time of Crisis

ALT Events - 15/05/20

Weekly online meeting with Jane Secker and Chris Morrision for those interested in talking about copyright challenges at the current time and how we can address them. Jane and Chris have published a summary page full of resources, which includes links to content from previous sessions. No registration is required to join this event which will be hosted in Blackboard Ultra. Follow this link to join the session at the appropriate time.

The webinar will run in Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. If you have not used Collaborate Ultra before, it may be helpful to consult our webinar FAQs

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Online Winter Conference 2020

ALT Events - 11/05/20

The Online Winter Conference will take place online 25-26 November, 2020. Now in its 7th year, the ALT Online Winter Conference is back to showcase some of the best Learning Technology from ALT Members from across sectors.

The conference is a platform for you to find out more about ALT Members work as they showcase what they have been involved with and gain feedback from peers. As with previous years, the conference is designed to be a festival of learning with the aim of increasing the impact of Learning Technology for the wider community. 

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ALT Online Summer Summit 2020

ALT Events - 11/05/20

Due to the global pandemic, ALT will hold an Online Summer Summit this year - bringing together Learning Technology practitioners, researchers and policy makers to share strategies for the next academic year and the new challenges now facing us.

Registration will open in June.

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Crisis support: Weekly Drop-in - everyone welcome

ALT Events - 05/05/20

We will be holding weekly online Members' Assembly Drop-In’s to help members share expertise, ask questions and come together to support each other. These Drop In’s will take place in Blackboard Collaborate Ultra and are open to all. To join these no registration is needed. To join follow the weekly drop-in link . 

 

We support our community during this crisis. Our members are under exceptional pressure as institutions plan and implement social distancing measures within learning and teaching. We are regularly updating this page and linked resources. Find out more.  

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