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Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 12 January 2018
Dear Dear Members

This is the final reminder to complete this year's ALT Annual Survey. Many
Members have already responded and we are grateful for your input. Thank
you.

If you haven't already, please complete the survey now
http://go.alt.ac.uk/ALTSurvey2017

This is a key opportunity to help set priorities for the coming period. We
will use the results of this survey to inform the work of ALT for the
coming year, what we prioritise and how we put our shared values into
practice. [...]
Published in: ALT News
Published on: 11 January 2018

CMALT, ALT’s Certified Membership scheme, is a peer-based professional accreditation scheme developed by ALT to enable people whose work involves Learning Technology to:

Published in: ALT News
Published on: 11 January 2018

Blended Learning Essentials (BLE) is a free online course for the Vocational Education and Training sector to promote effective practice and pedagogy in blended learning. The course is designed for anyone working in further education, skills training, vocational education, workplace learning, lifelong learning or adult education, who wants to learn about and implement blended learning.

Published in: ALT News
Published on: 10 January 2018

ALT's Open Access, peer-reviewed journal, Research in Learning Technology (RLT) has been awarded the DOAJ Seal. The DOAJ Seal is a mark of certification for open access journals, awa

Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 08 January 2018
Dear Members

This year's ALT Annual Survey closes for responses on 12th January.
Complete the Survey now http://go.alt.ac.uk/ALTSurvey2017

This is a key opportunity to help set priorities for the coming period. We
will use the results of this survey to inform the work of ALT for the
coming year, what we prioritise and how we put our shared values into
practice. [...]
Published in: #ALTC Blog
Published on: 08 January 2018
Time to read. Pixabay. CC0.

In this book, the author Matt Bower sets out to examine research findings relating to the use of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) which can be used to enhance our design thinking.

Bower begins by offering a set of motivations for integrating technology within education, noting in particular an intrinsic desire to improve learning outcomes for the student. He asks the reader to...

Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 05 January 2018
Published in: #ALTC Blog
Published on: 02 January 2018

 

The e-book Assessment, feedback and technology: contexts and case studies in Bloomsbury, co-edited by Leo Havermann and Sarah Sherman, shared through a Creative Commons licence and available for download online, explores the findings of a wide-ranging two-year research and dissemination project. The editors, experienced technology-enhanced learning practitioners, address a fundamental and important problem that...

Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 19 December 2017
Dear Members

We have had a busy and successful year and much to look forward to as we
celebrate our 25th birthday as an Association in the new year.

To you all a big thank you for helping to grow and sustain our community,
to support the work we do and to put into practice the values we share. [...]
Published in: #ALTC Blog
Published on: 16 December 2017

 

A reflection by Dr. Ebba Ossiannilsson (Swedish Association for Distance Education) on her current research

In this blog post, I discuss some aspects of my latest research on next-generation leadership for education for all, 2030.

Next-generation leadership for education

Education and learning should, according to the UNESCO SDG 4 for 2030, be available for all, at anytime, from everywhere, and through any device in a global, lifelong, and lifewide perspective,...

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