CMALT

This page provides an overview of support available and answers frequently asked questions. A good place to start is downloading the CMALT Prospectus to find out more.  CMALT Submission Deadlines 31 January 2021, 31 May 2021 or 30 September 2021....
As part of ALT’s strategic aim to strengthen recognition and representation for Learning Technology professionals from all sectors, one of the priorities Members identified for this year is to develop an ethical framework for Learning Technology....
We have now published ALT's written response submitted by Dr Maren Deepwell, chief executive, on behalf of the Association for Learning Technology, registered charity number 1160039.  Our response is focused on the case studies and input provided by...
After the success of last year, we will once again hold the CMALT Award Ceremony at this year’s ALT Annual Conference 2019. The ceremony will celebrate Certified Members of ALT (CMALT holders) attending the conference who have achieved or renewed...
Since 2017 Dr Thomas Cochrane of the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand in partnership with ASCILITE has provided a free, open professional development opportunity in the cMOOC (connectivist massive open online course) around the CMALT...
In February we are launching two new pathways to accreditation: Associate CMALT: aimed at early career professionals and those for whom learning technology is a smaller part of their role; Senior CMALT: aimed at more experienced professionals...
ALT's Annual Survey is open for responses until 14 January 2019. The survey has now been run annually since 2014 and a number of questions around priority areas have remained unchanged providing an insight into how Learning Technology is used across...
The next Annual General Meeting will take place at 16.45 on 12 September 2018 at Manchester Place, the University of Manchester, UK during the ALT Annual Conference 2018. All Members are encouraged to attend the AGM and AGM passes can be arranged...
Questions about CMALT? Help is at hand:  CMALT guidelines for candidates (2019) CMALT support page FAQs Information about submitting a portfolio Information about the CMALT portfolio review  
CMALT Holders (Certified Members of ALT) act as assessors. Once you have completed three assessments as a second Assessor you can become a Lead Assessor.  Register as an Assessor Current CMALT holders may register their interest in acting as a CMALT...

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