Registration for ALT's 30th Annual Conference is now open! The Annual Conference will take place 5-7 September at The Oculus at the University of Warwick. This year we have three different packages with our full residential package including: accommodation, meals, ticket to our Gala Dinner and more! Our conference only package includes admission on purchased days and our online only package includes live streaming of all main room sessions. Further details can be found on the conference website.
Explore the conference so far:
- Meet the Conference Co-Chairs and Committee,
- Learn about our venue, accommodation and how to get there,
- Meet our partners and sponsors.
Our keynote speakers will bring all participants together and will be available both online and in-person. We're excited to announce our first two keynote speakers:
Anne-Marie Scott is the Board Chair of the Apereo Software Foundation and a member of the Board of the Open Source Initiative, who globally steward the license definitions for open source software.
Atif Ghani is currently working as a Policy Researcher looking at “What Works” in UK cultural education (+16 formal and informal education) to enable greater cultural diversity to the cultural and creative industries “Talent Pipeline”
What is ALTC?
The ALT Annual Conference is the UK’s main conference for Learning Technologists and one of the largest conferences of its kind. It is held over three days every September, providing a valuable and practical forum for practitioners, researchers, managers and policy-makers from education and industry to solve problems, explore, reflect, influence and learn.This year’s Annual Conference of the Association for Learning Technology will take place 5-7 September 2023, at Warwick University, UK. As the leading professional body for Learning Technology in the UK, ALT brings together professionals to disseminate research, share practice and develop policy since 1993.
This year's conference themes:
- Leading People in a time of complexity: How have individuals and teams driven change to solve complex and difficult problems? How have individuals and teams been rewarded and recognised in their institutions for being experts and leaders in digital learning?
- Diversity and Inclusion: How are the most precarious and disadvantaged people being supported and empowered through technology? What future exclusions must we fight?
- Sustainability and Social Justice: How green is your educational technology? How will we model green and sustainable practices in the field of educational technology and what does it mean for institutions?
How do you make decisions about tech that proactively care for the most vulnerable people among us? How should we model practices that account more for the health and well-being of people than that of businesses trying to sell technology to the education sector?
- Emerging technologies and behaviours: How are emerging technologies, or new uses for existing technologies changing behaviours and practices? What do emerging technologies mean for learning, teaching and assessment? How do we prepare students and staff to critically face the hype cycles around tools such as Machine Learning, and teach them to sift through what companies are claiming, to find the truth?
- Wildcard submissions: submissions that address the wider conference theme, covering practice, research or policy in Learning Technology.
For help with registration, or for more information on the Conference, contact firstname.lastname@example.org