ALT posted an update in the session Size matters and matters of size: understanding massive online teaching (634) [CANCELLED] 6 years, 6 months ago
Unfortunately this paper will no longer be presented as the author is unable to attend.
If you are getting ready to travel to the conference, we’ve summarised some key points below to help your journey to the venue and getting set for the first day (you will also have received this information with your joining instructions):
Travel info http://www.warwickconferences.com/about-us/how-to-find-us
Roadworks info http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/insite/kcm
On arrival you will need to go to either:
Conference Park Reception, Students Union Building, number 4 on the map – for parking permits, luggage store, accommodation key pick up (after 14.00 only)
Exhibition area, Warwick Arts Centre, number 1 on the map – for registration
Sunday: 18.00 to 19.30
Monday: 08.30 to 17.00
Conference phone number
The conference phone number, for use from Sunday 31 August onwards, is 07517 797 390
In addition the ALT office number is 01865 484 125.
We look forward to welcoming you in Warwick or seeing you online on Monday morning.
shared a new post, New to the Annual Conference? Getting the most out of #altc, on the site Annual Conference 2014 6 years, 6 months ago
Is this the first time you are attending ALT’s Annual Conference? Or maybe the first time in many years? Then we would like to welcome you (back) especially. On Twitter we asked:
In response Julie Voce (@julievoce) said:
Similar advice was suggested by Rich Goodman (@Bulgenen):
Our colleague David Kernohan (@dkernohan) at Jisc highlighted that looking after yourself is important:
David also suggested that:
Pearson aren’t exhibiting this year but we have a long list of others including Jisc and I suggested:
Some other ideas to help you get the most out of the three days #altc:
Come along on the first morning to the ALT stand, in the Exhibition Hall, and say hello to our members who are there to welcome you;
There is a welcome event in the evening on the first day as well, so if you would like to meet other new participants and members or find out more about ALT, the Association for Learning Technology, who organises this conference, we look forward to meeting you;
Throughout the 3 days, there are a number of community-led sessions which are marked as such in the programme. Come along to those that interest you and to find out about more opportunities to get involved;
Use the online conference platform to get in touch with other participants and follow sessions you are interested in so that others can connect with you;
If you have questions or seeking help, come to the Conference Helpdesk, at the entrance to the Exhibition Hall and we will do our best to help.
We hope this will be your first of many more years participating in our Annual Conference and we hope that you will find it a valuable and stimulating experience. If you have any other tips please feel free to share in the comments or using the #altc tag.
Welcome to the ALT Annual Conference 2014 networking site. This site is designed to help you make connections between people and knowledge as well as helping you engage in this year’s conference. It’s main purpose is to help you to:
plan the sessions you want to attend either in person and, where available, as an online participant from the Programme;
discover and connect with other participants with a searchable profile; and
contribute to to the discussion either directly on this site or by tagging content with #altc which is collected in the Reader.
Many of the features on this site like the programme and streamed sessions are available without a login. For other features of this site you need register which is free!
Our top tips for getting connected
We have a number of video ‘how-to’ guides to help you get started but if you want to dive in we suggest:
Login and click ‘My Profile’ (top right) to View, Edit and Change your avatar
Find some friends
Browse the Programme to find sessions you want to follow/attend (clicking on the session title gives more information about the session and see any discussion)
Find some more people to connect with by seeing who else is attending from the sessions Members tab
Still want to do more?
if you blog you can register it in your profile in Edit > Additional tab and any posts with #altc in the title or content will be collect it in the Reader and distribute it to all registered users subscribed to the Daily Conference Newsletter
See how the conversation is connected on Twitter
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