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21 September 2011
ALT and AoC are working together on this event, to be held in London on 12 October
The AoC/ALT conference 'Management Strategies to Improve the use of Learning Technologies' will be held in London on Wednesday 12 October. The impact of digital technology on learning continues...
04 September 2011
We have provided brief details of how to take part remotely in the 2011 ALT conference, which runs in Leeds UK between 6 and 8 September 2011.
27 August 2011
QR code provided
The detailed timetable for the 2011 ALT conference is publicly available on the ALT-C 2011 networking site in an interactive form, enabling logged-in delegates to create a personalised timetable...
08 August 2011
[Amended 12/8/2011 to allow nomination of person other than Carol Higgison to exercise the proxy vote on behalf of an organisational or sponsoring member] A copy of this form can be found on the...
08 August 2011
15:05 to 15:40, Wednesday 7 September
18th Annual General Meeting - Wednesday 7 September 2011 - 15:05-15:40 Conference Auditorium - Universityof Leeds, LeedsLS2 9JT, UK [Building 100 on the map 3MB map at
05 August 2011
Information about Invited Speakers including abstracts has now been published at Register to attend ALT's annual conference at
01 August 2011
Call issued on 1 August 2011 - call closes 9 September 2011
ALT seeks expressions of interest from: all sectors of eduction and training; people in research, practitioner, and policy roles; the private and public sectors; outside the UK subject...
19 July 2011
A new version of the timetable for the 2011 ALT conference is now available. Book now to attend .
14 July 2011
Sponsors include Adobe, BIS, Blackboard, Desire2Learn, Google, Intel, LSIS, Pearson
We have announced the 11 major sponsors of the 2011 ALT Conference, whose logos are now shown at Major sponsors currently include Adobe, BIS, Blackboard,...
06 July 2011
Book your place now
This is a short reminder that the early bird deadline is 17.00 BST on 11 July. Book to attend ALT-C 2011 - "Thriving in a colder and more challenging climate" via