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Published in: ALT Events
Published on: 29 March 2017
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OER17 presents an opportunity for open practitioners, activists, educators and policy makers to come together as a community to reflect on The Politics of Open. What are our current key challenges and strengths  – locally, nationally, and  internationally?  What are our priorities – in terms of political governance, organisational and personal politics?  What are the changes that we want to effect together? The...

Published in: ALT Events
Published on: 28 March 2017

ALT's main publication, Research in Learning Technology is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal devoted to research and good practice in the use of learning technologies. The journal is jointly published with Co-Action Publishing.

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When: 26 Apr 2017 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM Where: Online United...
Published in: ALT Events
Published on: 28 March 2017
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Online bookings for this event are now closed but there is limited late registration until 27 March 2017. If you wish to attend this event please download this Microsoft Document (.docx) Form and send completed copies to enquiries@alt.ac.uk.

 

OER17 presents an opportunity for open practitioners, activists, educators and policy makers to come together as a community to...

Published in: ALT Media Release
Published on: 28 March 2017

As we celebrate Open Education Week in the Year of Open, the OER17 Conference presents an opportunity for open practitioners, activists, educators and policy makers to come together as a community to reflect on ‘The Politics of Open’. The conference will be chaired by social and educational technologist and Wikimedia UK Trustee Josie Fraser, and Alek Tarkowski, Director of Centrum Cyfrowe, co-founder and coordinator of Creative Commons Poland.

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Published in: #ALTC Blog
Published on: 27 March 2017

Selwyn, Neil 2017. Education and Technology: Key Issues and Debates, Second Edition. Bloomsbury

Professor Neil Selwyn is one of the leading academics on technology and education, developing a reputation for high quality and critical work examining exclusion, literacy, policy and rigorous examination of students’ experiences. Based on Selwyn’s research reputation, I was keen to review his latest book on Education and Technology. True to form, this book provides a reflective, challenging and comprehensive overview of core concepts and debates in education and...

Published in: ALT News
Published on: 27 March 2017

This year we celebrate a special Open Education Week 27-30 March in the Year of Open. All across our community of Members and beyond we come together to advocate for openness in Education and the important role Learning Technology can play in supporting it.

Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 24 March 2017
Published in: ALT News
Published on: 23 March 2017

Jisc have developed a series of role profiles to complement the Digital Capability Framework developed as part of the ongoing Building Digital Capability project.

Published in: #ALTC Blog
Published on: 23 March 2017

Camtasia is a video-based screen capture software. It enables you to record your screen, import your own footage, and is an excellent video editing tool, allowing you to add features and effects. Camtasia helps users produce and share eye-catching and high quality videos and screen recordings.

It has been greatly anticipated by those who are keen users of the software. With its faster rendering, enhanced capabilities and effects, and great new layout, there was much anticipation of the recent update.

Phil Gilbert, member of the teaching team for the MSc Environmental Health,...

Published in: ALT News
Published on: 21 March 2017

The Association's membership fees won't increase in 2017 across any categories of membership. After a review of progress in delivering the strategy and member services over the past year Trustees endorsed the recommendation not to raise fees put forward on behalf of members by Sarah Sherman, Chair of ALT's Committee for Membership Development. 

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