This webinar is for Digital Champions on the Blended Learning Essentials course interested in completing the tutor-marked CPD assignment (for further information see https://www.alt.ac.uk/certified-membership/blended-learning-essentials-and-cmalt)
The session is a chance to ask questions and discuss approaches to completing the assignment.
Join the session at the following link from 12.00 on Wednesday 8 November:
The idea of the #HEblogswap arose in September 2016 when Santanu Vasant approached me via Twitter to do a blog swap, where I would write for the Learning at City blog and he would write a blog post for QMUL’s ADEPT blog (ADEPT stands for Academic Development, Education and the Promotion of Teaching). I wrote...
We are delighted to announce that the #OER18: Open to All Call for Proposals has now been published. The 9th Open Educational Resources Conference, OER18: Open to All, will be held from 18 to 19 April 2018 in Bristol. The conference themes for submission this year are:
This webinar is for candidates registered for CMALT who are either planning or getting started with their portfolios.
The webinar will cover the structure of the CMALT portfolio, frequently asked questions, and the submission and assessment process. There will be an opportunity to ask questions.
Presenter: Rebecca Ferriday, Cardiff University
When: 26 Oct 2017 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM Where: Online United Kingdom
This session is designed to provide information and support to CMALT holders interested in acting as CMALT assessors. Assessing CMALT portfolios helps you to
The session will provide an overview of the assessment criteria, advice on how to complete an assessment and an opportunity to see how the assessment process works.
Presenters: Adam Warren,...
A conversation between Anders Krohn, CEO at Aula Education, and Dr Maren Deepwell, CEO at ALT.
At the recent ALT Annual Conference in Liverpool we started a conversation about how Learning Technologists can engage with start-ups and we quickly came across a whole range of barriers that stand in the way. The way in which colleges and universities procure, implement and develop their use of technology for learning, teaching and assessment doesn’t easily align with...
From 27-29 October, the Mozilla Festival or Mozfest, the world’s leading festival for the open Internet movement takes place at Ravensbourne College, London and this year we are looking forward to taking part.
Members might recall that earlier this year, Chad Sansing (@chadsansing), who works as a curriculum developer for the Mozilla Foundation and contributes to teaching and learning...