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Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 14 December 2017
Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 13 December 2017
Dear Members

Yesterday we launched this year’s Annual Survey. 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.

The survey continues to engage ALT Members and the community to: [...]
Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 13 December 2017
Registration is now open for the 9th annual conference for Open Education
Research, which will take place in Bristol 18-19 April 2018
https://oer18.oerconf.org/registration/

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...
Published in: ALT News
Published on: 12 December 2017

Today we are launching this year’s Annual Survey. 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.

The survey continues to engage ALT Members and the community to:

Published in: ALT News
Published on: 12 December 2017

ALT has produced this call to action to highlight to education policy makers and professionals how Open Education and OER can expand inclusive and equitable access to education and lifelong learning, widen participation, and create new opportunities for the next generation of teachers and learners, preparing them to become fully engaged digital citizens. 

Published in: ALT News
Published on: 11 December 2017

ALT is delighted to be supporting dev.ac.uk, a two day event for software developers working in further and higher education. As part of this Martin Hamilton, Futurologist at Jisc, highlights why the dev.ac.uk event is important and how to get involved:

Across our universities and colleges there are lots of software developers – working in areas as diverse as technology enhanced learning, research software engineering and core institutional systems and services. Quite simply, developers make stuff happen.

Published in: ALT News
Published on: 08 December 2017
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We are looking to recruit an Events Manager to cover for maternity leave within our team from January 2018 for a fixed term period of between 9-12 months.  

The role is part-time and home-based and does require some travel for site visits (to Bristol and Manchester for example) as well as for face to face events. You will be working as part of a small, distributed team working mostly online.

Published in: ALT Announce
Published on: 08 December 2017
Published in: ALT News
Published on: 08 December 2017

ALT events attract participants from across the UK and internationally. We aim to vary the location of our face-to-face events each year and recently Liverpool, Warwick, Manchester and London have hosted our conferences. We are looking to broaden the number of host cities and institutions we work with and to give local Member institutions and groups every opportunity to get involved in planning and delivering our events.

Published in: ALT News
Published on: 04 December 2017

We are delighted to announce that the 400th successful CMALT candidate has recently been awarded the accreditation.

Clare Lewis, Postgraduate Programme Officer at the Department of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London, is the 400th candidate to be awarded Certified Membership of ALT. She says,

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