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The conference provides an international platform for Learning Technology research, practice and policy work from across sectors.
The themes for the conference are:
Welcome to the second day of ALT’s Annual Conference! 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. If this is your first day, you can get registered in the Exhibition Hall in the Sports Centre (Building 511 on this location map).
The day starts with a keynote by Siân Bayne on The death of a network: data and anonymity on campus at...
There is no question that digital technology plays an increasingly important role in every aspect of life, including education. When it comes to learning, teaching and assessment the potential of technology is huge, but as our use of it increases the challenges of using it intelligently and the responsibility that comes with it also grow.Featured: 0
There is no question that digital technology plays an increasingly important role in every aspect of life, including education. When it comes to learning, teaching and assessment the potential of technology is huge, but as our use of it increases the challenges of using it intelligently and the responsibility that comes with it also grow.
The 24th Annual Conference of the Association for Learning Technology, taking place 5 – 7 September 2017 at the University of Liverpool, UK, reflects this with the theme ‘Beyond islands of innovation – how Learning Technology became the new norm(al...
Welcome to the first day of ALT’s Annual Conference! We are delighted to welcome you to the conference. Registration will be open earlier today from 8:15am in the Exhibition Hall in the Sports Centre (Building 511 on this location map). With a full day ahead make sure you get registered before Bonnie Stewart’s opening keynote on The new norm(al): Confronting what open means for higher education.
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We are delighted that you are joining us, whether you’re joining us in person at the University of Liverpool, or following the programme online.
This conference has been more than 18 months in the making for us, as we prepare for the event to be hosted at University of Liverpool for the first time. We are really pleased to be chairing the conference this year, not least because of the record number of submissions for the conference, but we are seeing a variety of domains and subjects covered across the three days. Delegates are drawn from a wide range of educational sectors,...
Big thank you and welcome to all our exhibitors! We hope you enjoy meeting them at the conference.
The exhibition hall will be the hub of the conference. Refreshments and lunch will be served here, and the Conference Helpdesk located will also be located in this hall. Most importantly, it will be the space to meet exhibitors and other delegates, network and find out about the latest innovations in Learning Technology.
Our exhibitors are:
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Please note: For delegates traveling by train on Friday 1 or Monday 4 September Northern Rail have announced strike action. You can find more information on the...
When video cameras are cheaper than fountain pens, how are learners using video making as a learning activity?
With this year’s conference taking ‘Empowerment in Learning Technology’ as number one theme, I just felt it was a time to share some of my thoughts on the use of video by learners and of learners.
I am delighted to say that this idea is now gaining traction but for some time I did feel that so much (actually ‘too much’) of our discussion traffic focussed on the capturing of lectures. There is nothing wrong with keeping the wisdom of the ‘...