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Published in: #ALTC Blog
Published on: 22 February 2018

Dear Members

I’d like to begin my report with a personal welcome to all the new members, both individuals and organisations, who have joined ALT in recent months and who have helped grow our membership to over 3,000 members for the first time.

We have worked hard to realise ALT’s activities across sectors, reaching out to and representing Learning Technology professionals wherever they may be based and I am particularly pleased to see such a diverse range of...

Published in: ALT Events
Published on: 20 February 2018

This is the first meeting of the newly-constituted ALT North East Members Group. 

Visit https://www.alt.ac.uk/about-alt/special-interest-and-members-groups/alt-north-east-england to find out more and to join the group.

When: 27 Feb 2018 9:00 AM to 09:00 AM Where: Newcastle University United Kingdom
Published in: #ALTC Blog
Published on: 19 February 2018

Introduction: The Story / How it Happened

 

The original idea for an ongoing tweetchat for professional development came from Dr. Chrissi Nerantzi. The idea emerged through the success of the #BYOD4Lchat, a daily feature of the 5-day openly-licensed course Bring Your Own Devices for Learning (BYOD4L), first offered in January 2014 and based on flexible, distance and online learning (FDOL) Offered Monday to Friday from 8-9pm UK time #BYOD4Lchat always created a...

Published in: #ALTC Blog
Published on: 19 February 2018

Summary

Kiron Open Higher Education (gGmbH) is a non-profit edtech organization that provides access to higher education (HE) for refugees through strategic partnerships with higher education institutions (HEIs) and online education providers. Kiron’s program consists of tailor-made curricula, a digital collaborative platform and support services for refugees to begin their studies online while they prepare to apply to a HEI. Our goal is to provide...

Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 16 February 2018
Published in: ALT Events
Published on: 16 February 2018

OER18 turns the focus on one of the often-cited benefits of ‘open’ – the promise of inclusivity. How do the resources, methods and projects that make up Open Education support making education available to all? As a movement over 15 years old, has Open Education made an impact – on learners, on society and on education? What can we do to to support learning in the open – and how can we use open to support learning? The conference will be chaired by academic and Open Education researcher Vivien Rolfe, alongside...

Published in: ALT Events
Published on: 16 February 2018

OER18 turns the focus on one of the often-cited benefits of 'open' – the promise of inclusivity. How do the resources, methods and projects that make up open education support making education available to all? As a movement over 15 years old, has open education made an impact – on learners, on society and on education? What can we do to to support learning in the open – and how can we use open to support learning? The conference will be chaired by academic and open education researcher Vivien Rolfe, alongside policy...

Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 14 February 2018
Dear colleagues

Together with the Trustees of ALT I am pleased to send you this year's Call
for Proposals for ALT's Annual Conference. Please help share the Call as
widely as possible within your networks and using #altc on social media.
ALT Annual Conference 2018: Call for Proposals
11-13 September 2018, Manchester, UK

*For ALT’s 25th Annual Conference, we will bring together different
critical perspectives in Learning Technology from across our community that
will examine the challenges ahead and question the shape of things to come.*
Call now open until 8...
Published in: #ALTC Blog
Published on: 13 February 2018

Along with DevLearn in Las Vegas, Learning Technologies in London shares the top spot for largest learning technology exhibition and conference in the world and I had the privilege of attending again this year.

Learning Technologies is my favourite conference of the year (sorry ALT!), from the incredible industry-leading speakers and keynotes, to the fantastic social and fringe events, I...

Published in: ALT News
Published on: 12 February 2018
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For ALT’s 25th Annual Conference, we will bring together different critical perspectives in Learning Technology from across our community that will examine the challenges ahead and question the shape of things to come.

Call now open until 8 March 2018

We now invite you to submit a proposal under one of the following themes:

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