#altc 2019

Subscribe to #altc 2019 feed
3-5 September 2019, University of Edinburgh
Updated: 27 min 18 sec ago

Discover Edinburgh at the ALT Annual Conference 2019 #altc

Have you booked your place for the ALT Annual Conference 2019 in Edinburgh? As well as offering an exciting and packed programme and social events during the Conference, we have also put together a great guide of things to do in and around Edinburgh during your visit. With the help of our ALT Conference Committee, […]

#altc Meet our 2019 Sponsors

  We are delighted to announce our sponsors for this year’s ALT Annual Conference 2019: Blackboard, EDINA, RM Results, Positive Internet Company, and Vevox. Limited sponsorship opportunities and exhibition spaces are still available, so if you’d like to find out more, check the website for further details or reasons to get involved. This year’s Conference is being […]

Guest Post: ALT 2019 A novice abstract reviewer s tale by Alan Williams

Why offer to review abstracts anyway? When I saw a call for reviewers for ALT 2019 I asked myself “Is this something that I am capable of?”. Yes, I’ve worked in higher education for well over a decade – I’m a late starter having worked in the NHS for two decades – have subjected myself […]

Student competition to create ALT s Awards 2019 Update

  Lisa Mclaughlin is a 2019 graduate from the B.A.(Hons) Textile Design course at Hereford College of Arts. She was delighted to win the ALT award-making competition this year. This article gives you some information about Lisa’s work, and hints at what the awards will look like (they are currently under production). To give you […]

Listen to the ALT Annual Conference 2019 preview on Radio #EDUtalk

As part of the build up for the ALT Annual Conference 2019, which takes place in Edinburgh on the 3-5 September, Sue Beckingham, one of our conference keynotes was joined by Maren Deepwell and Martin Hawksey to speak to John Johnstone one of the hosts of EDUtalk. EDUtalk is organised by David Noble (@parslad) and […]

#altc 2019 Annual Conference accommodation options

If you haven’t already sorted your accommodation we have now added lots of information to our website, with options in and around the University of Edinburgh. We have agreed some discounted rates with Edinburgh First, for delegates attending the conference. You can access these discount codes through our accommodation page. There are also a whole […]

Guest Post: Keeping British Universities international: what has immigration ever done to us by Mari-Cruz Garcia

  It is hard to believe that the ALT Annual Conference 2019 will be the last time in the organisation’s history in which educators from Scottish and British Universities meet their European colleagues as part of a common EU education space. This fact is even harder to accept if we consider that 62% of the […]

Meet the first #altc Annual Conference Exhibitors 2019

A big thank you and warm welcome to all our exhibitors for the 2019 ALT Annual Conference so far!  We are sure you will enjoy meeting them. The exhibition hall will be the hub of the conference. Refreshments and lunch will be enjoyed here, and the Conference Helpdesk will also be located in this hall. […]

ALT Annual Conference 2019 Guest Post Summary

With us entering the final stages of the ALT Annual Conference 2019 which is taking place in Edinburgh on 3-5 September (last days of early bird registration) it seemed like the opportune time to provide a summary of the guest posts we’ve had so far: Posts from Co-Chairs: Welcoming ALT’s Annual Conference back to Edinburgh […]

#altc 2019 Annual Conference Programme announced

The title for this year’s conference is Data, Dialogue, Doing and the programme has now been published! View it here. (The programme is still subject to minor changes.) We are excited to have another packed programme, featuring over 100 sessions covering all aspects of learning technology, it is sure to provide an inspiring and engaging […]

#altc Earlybird registration closes Tuesday 9 July at midnight

Don't miss out and register to get the best rate until midnight (in all time zones) on 9 July 2019.

Meet the first #altc Annual Conference Sponsors 2019

We are proudly supported by our sponsors and there are some more opportunities available.

Early Bird Registration 2 weeks to go

Early Bird Registration closes on Tuesday 9th July 2019! With just two weeks left to secure your early bird rate, register today at https://go.alt.ac.uk/2IOKpQ8. If you are not already a member you can join as an Associate Member and receive the discounts if your organisation holds an Organisational Membership. Alternatively, you can join ALT as […]

Guest Post: Things To Do In Edinburgh by Lesley Diack

  Places to visit Edinburgh Castle – Expensive to go into unless an English/Scottish Heritage Member but worth a walk up to the esplanade.  At the top of the Royal Mile. On the way up you pass the Camera Obscura on the right which is fun to visit. And on the other side is the […]

Apply for a funded place at ALT s Annual Conference

A small number of funded places are available this year thanks to the Doug Gowan Memorial fund, which also supports professional development and CMALT accreditation.

Call for Expressions of Interest to Chair the 2020 ALT Annual Conference open until 15 July 2019

We are seeking experienced Co-Chairs for the 2020 ALT Annual Conference Committee. The Co-Chairs will play a major role in planning and delivery of the conference in 2020. For information about previous ALT Annual Conferences please visit https://www.alt.ac.uk/altc. The ALT Annual Conference is the UK’s main conference for Learning Technologists and one of the largest conferences […]

Guest Post: Getting To and Getting Around Edinburgh by Lizzie Seymour

  Edinburgh is a wonderfully welcoming city, and is really accessible for getting around. The conference itself will be hosted at the University of Edinburgh’s McEwan Hall and Appleton Tower which are within easy walking distance from the city centre, but I’ve tried to put together a small transport guide for the rest of the […]

Guest Blog: An outsider perspective on ALTC by Steven Verjans

  This guest post contains a brief reflection on the ALT community from the perspective of a non-UK participant. This year I celebrate 10 years of involvement with the Association for Learning Technology, which seems a good time to look back and reflect. In 2010, I participated in my first annual ALT Conference in Nottingham. […]