The group was established following a meeting at the University of Cambridge in December 2018 and approved by the Trustees of ALT in April 2019.
The aim of the group is to:
- Build a community of ALT Members in the East of England to promote and enhance the use of learning technology and advance the profession.
- Allocate three face-to-face meetings per year to take place in the Autumn, Spring and Winter. Venue to rotate between institutions willing to host.
- Operate occasional online/social events for networking and support (e.g. for CMALT).
- Share best practice via communication channels such as social media, online webinars and email list (www.jiscmail.ac.uk/ALTEASTENGLAND).
- Propose submission for ALT conference to showcase work by East of England members.
- Represent the ALT East England community on national and international groups, and to establish and foster links with similar groups (e.g. ALDinHE, ELESIG, CILIP).
- Interact with ALT Trustees to develop relations, such as attending the ALT Conference.
- Involve ALT regional groups and special interest groups in relevant events planning in a way that achieves ALT’s goals.
- Research, communicate and plan projects around relevant legislation (e.g. accessibility, GDPR).
- Discuss best practice around subjects relevant to members such as active/collaborative learning, lecture capture & data analytics.
Chair: Neil Dixon, Anglia Ruskin University.
Co-Chair: Teeroumanee Nadan.
Vice Chair/ secretary: Uwe Richter, Anglia Ruskin University.
Vice Chair/ secretary: Jennie Dettmer, University of Bedfordshire.
If you are interested in any aspects of learning technology, whether you are a learning technologist, instructional designer, lecturer, tutor, librarian etc., we would like to hear from you! Engage with the community by signing up to our mailing list where you can introduce yourself and post questions.