Now in its third year, the winter conference took place online 6-8 December 2016.
The interactive version of the conference programme can be viewed on the conference website https://altc.alt.ac.uk/online2016/ (the programme can also be viewed on Google Drive or downloaded as .PDF.)
Support the winter conference as a sponsor
Had completely forgotten it was the #altc winter conference today and tomorrow - until I saw it trending on Twitter!
— Andrew Davey (@m3fastlane) 9 December 2015
As well as trending on Twitter, the ALT Online Winter Conference 2015 had 315 registered participants and the publicly available website recorded over 1,000 users visiting the conference site from 35 countries, participating in 38 sessions over 2 days.
Gold Sponsor: A single Gold Sponsorship is available for member and non-member organisations and includes an individual 3-minute elevator pitch ahead of a lunchtime plenary session, prominent identification on the conference website and logo included in communication with participants. Gold Sponsorship fees are £950 for member organisations and £1450 for non-member organisations.
Sponsor: Sponsorship is available for member and non-member organisations and includes prominent identification on the conference website and logo included in communication with participants. Show your support and connect with our community. Sponsorship fees are £500 for member organisations and £750 for non-member organisations.
Individual supporters: The event is free to attend and open to all. Only ALT Members can run sessions. Individuals can support the event by making their own contribution, which will support the work of the Association and help us keep events like this open. Make a financial contribution.
If you are interested in becoming involved in our events and support what we do, please contact email@example.com or call +44 (0)1865 484 125 about future opportunities. Thank you.
Previous winter conferences
2015 Winter conference
In our second year the event moved online to showcase some of the best Learning Technology from ALT Members, individuals and organisations from across sectors. With a focus on the work of Special Interest and Members' Groups from across the community and run over two days, the conference will include live online sessions and other online activities. Visit the 2015 Winter Conference online platform here.
2014 Winter conference
Our first Winter Conference took place on Tuesday 2 December at the Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh, UK. This first Winter Conference had a focus on creative approaches to professional development in Learning Technology and CMALT, ALT’s peer-based accreditation scheme, and featured a hands-on new technology showcase. Find out more about the Winter Conference 2014.