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Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 22 June 2018
Published in: ALT News
Published on: 19 June 2018

ALT’s Open Access academic journal, Research in Learning Technology (RLT), publishes peer-reviewed research that forms an evidence-base for good practice and policy development in education and technology.

Published in: ALT News
Published on: 19 June 2018
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This year the ALT team are heading to the University of Manchester for our 25th Annual Conference.  With delegates from across the globe attending over three days, the annual conference offers an exciting opportunity for organisations to display their area of expertise within learning technology.  We have limited availability for organisations who would like to join us this year as an exhibitor.

Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 15 June 2018
Published in: #altc 2018
Published on: 12 June 2018

We are offering exclusive sponsorship opportunities for organisations who want to support the event, engage with ~500 learning technology professionals from across sectors and share our community values. We offer Member organisations a 20% discount on all sponsorship packages, so if you aren’t already a member, join today.

Find out why to get involved or complete this sponsorship form to secure your sponsorship.

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Published in: ALT News
Published on: 12 June 2018

We are offering exclusive sponsorship opportunities for organisations who want to support the event, engage with ~500 learning technology professionals from across sectors and share our community values. We offer Member organisations a 20% discount on all sponsorship packages, so if you aren’t already a member, join today.

Find out why to get involved or complete this sponsorship form to secure your sponsorship.

Published in: ALT Events
Published on: 12 June 2018

Tuesday 12 June, 12.00 - 13.00

https://tlcwebinars.wordpress.com/

The next open Teaching and Learning Conversation webinar is delivered by Martin Hawksey, Chief Innovation, Community and Technology Officer at ALT. 

There has been much research in the use of social media to support learning and teaching. In many instances it is argued that it enables a decentralization of learning moving towards a distributed model which has many benefits including supporting a stronger foundation for lifelong learning.

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Published in: ALT News
Published on: 11 June 2018
Subheading: Celebrating excellent research and practice in Learning Technology

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