The Association for Learning Technology has just launched the call for entries for the Learning Technologist of the Year Awards 2018 (https://www.alt.ac.uk/about-alt/awards). Very exciting! Especially, as this year we will see the addition of a new award, that for Learning Technology Research Project of the Year in addition to the Learning Technologist of the Year for individuals and teams and the community awards. Through these awards, ALT and its community recognise and celebrate together excellent...
The ALT Learning Technologist of the Year Awards celebrate and reward excellent research and practice and outstanding achievement in Learning Technology. Established in 2007, the Awards have established a benchmark for outstanding achievement in Learning Technology on a national scale and attract competitive entries from the UK and internationally. All entries are reviewed by an independent judging panel chaired by the President of ALT. We gratefully acknowledge the support from our sponsors ...
Thank you for being part of OER18: Open to All.
On behalf of the Co-Chairs Vivien Rolfe and David Kernohan and everyone involved in making the conference happen, we’d like to thank you for contributing #oer18.
The event might be over, but our work continues and we invite you to share your experience of the conference and your feedback:
There are also some other ways you might like to continue contributing to this event:
Welcome to the second day of OER18! Whether you have just arrived or already had a good day with us yesterday, we want to welcome you warmly and hope you enjoy the day ahead. The day starts with a keynote by David Wiley at 09:30 in cinema 1.
If this is your first day, you can get registered on the 1st floor of Watershed until 10:30am.
Here is a reminder of key links to get the most of your day:
Last year at OER I was carried away on a cloud of enthusiasm and promised faithfully to write a blog post. This year’s OER is staring me in the face and I have done nothing about it! So here are my thoughts on designing and building a web based resource. They are derived from a chapter that I wrote called Parallel lines in Distributed Learning: Pedagogy and Technology in Online Information Literacy Instruction edited by Tasha Maddison and Maha Kumaran, Chandos, 2016 – but basically I have chopped it right down and dumped the literature review! I apologise in advance if it comes under the...
Welcome to the first day of OER18! We are delighted to welcome you to the conference. With a full day ahead make sure you get registered before Lorna Campbell’s opening keynote at 10:00am.
Here is some information to help you get started for the rest of your day:
Welcome to #OER18
Welcome to everyone who is joining us in person or virtually at Watershed in Bristol.
The wonderful venue for the conference this year is Watershed – a Cinema and Digital Creativity Centre at the heart of Bristol’s waterfront complex. We felt this a suitable home to reflect the creativity of the open education community which this conference attracts. As with previous conferences, we have delegates from across the globe and who work in a range of sectors from education, industry and creative arts and culture. We are delighted to welcome a number...
Ahead of the first day of the conference, here is some useful information to help you get ready or get started for #oer18: