We want to reach out into the community, share information about the conference and help everyone involved increase the impact of the work they share #altc. We are grateful to the support from all our partners who help us spread the word, prompt debate and increase involvement.
The Edtech Podcast
Sophie Bailey is the founder of the iTunes new and noteworthy, The Edtech Podcast. The mission statement of The Edtech Podcast is to improve the dialogue between ‘ed’ and ‘tech’ through storytelling, for better innovation and impact. The main audience are global education leaders, with a secondary audience of start ups, bluechips, investors, Government and media. The podcast has 1500+ downloads each week from 143 countries, with the UK, US and Australia forming the top 3.
Previous and upcoming speakers on The Edtech Podcast include:
- Hanan Al Hroub, Past Global Teacher Prize Winner (K-12)
- Tom Andriola, CIO and Vice President at the University of California Office of the President (HE)
- Paul Feldman, CEO, JISC (HE)
- Anant Agarwal, CEO, edX
- Ian Dunn, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Student Experience), Coventry University
- Dominic Norrish, Group Technology Director, United Learning (K-12)
- Andrew Harper, Head of Innovation, UNHCR (GOV/NGO)
- Andreas Schleicher, Director for the Directorate of Education and Skills, OECD (GOV/NGO)
- Danny Pan. Head of Education Technology and Higher Education, Department for International Trade. China
- Justin van Fleet, Chief of Staff to Rt. Honourable Gordon Brown, Office of the UN Special Envoy for Global Education (GOV/NGO)
- Deborah Quazzo, Edtech Investor, GSV Partners (Investment)
- Imogen Heap, Award-winning tech-enthusiast musician and collaborator (Lifelong Learning)
- Alex Waters, Lead for Edtech Policy, Department for Education, UK
- Sharon Leu, Sr Policy Advisor, Higher Education, US Department of Education
I am both a listener and a past interviewee on The Edtech Podcast and I can’t recommend it highly enough: it’s an excellent resource.Prof. Rose Luckin, Professor of Learner Centred Design, UCL Knowledge Lab
The Edtech Podcast is independent and available on iTunes and Spotify and is free to subscribe due to the generous support of our partners. Follow the conversation on Twitter @podcastedtech, Instagram @podcastedtech and Facebook, The Edtech Podcast. Check out our newest project The Edtech Podcast Festival!
The #LTHEchat is a weekly one hour tweetchat on Twitter that is open to all. It has a focus on discussions and debates around learning, teaching, assessment and supporting learning within higher education and it takes place on Wednesdays at 8pm (UK time) when Twitter will be on fire.
The chat has become an informal, open and regular professional development happening and a community for many many individuals working and studying in the UK but also further afield who join the chat regularly. Each week we welcome guests who stimulate a discussion around their chosen topic that is dear to their heart using a series of questions or prompts.
The #LTHEchat started in 2014 and thrives thanks to the community approach used to organise and manage the chats as well as the diverse voices and perspectives that are heard. The rotating organising teams are volunteers from the #LTHEchat community, staff and students, who have the opportunity to be the steering wheel of the chats for about 10-12 weeks at the time and experience how it all works behind the scenes. The #LTHEchat collaborates with the Higher Education Academy, the RAISE network and other organisations, including ALT.
If you would like to host a discussion or debate via #LTHEchat or would like to volunteer to join a future organising team, or are an organisation interested in collaborating with us, please get in touch.
Radio Edutalk is an Internet Radio Station run by David Noble & John Johnston. It consists of live broadcasts and archived content as a podcast. More info: http://edutalk.cc. Guests ‘appear’ over Skype and generally find it an enjoyable experience. The shows go out on Tuesday & Wednesday at 8pm, we normally give a brief intro, ask our guests to introduce themselves, then talk about a topic. We ask questions and sometimes pass on questions from the live audience via email or twitter.The audio is then published as a podcast under a Creative Commons license.
Radio Edutalk is a free education and professional learning resource. There are no production costs, no charge to listeners, and no payments made to guests. Anyone can also contribute short pieces of audio to Edutalk by posting audio to audioboom and tagging their post edutalk or by mailing audio to email@example.com.