ALT Awards Winners 2017

#altc – Learning Technologist of the Year 2018 Awards open for your vote

The ALT Learning Technologist of the Year Awards 2018 will be presented at the ALT Annual Conference in Manchester, on 12 September 2018.

Voting is now open for the Community Choice Award. Find out who the finalists are and cast your vote.

Established in 2007, the ALT Learning Technologist of the Year Awards celebrate and reward excellent practice and outstanding achievement in the Learning Technology field, and aim to promote intelligent use of Learning Technology on a national scale. The Awards are open to individuals and teams based anywhere in the world. ALT Learning Technologist of the Year Awards 2018 are proudly sponsored by Catalyst IT Europe Ltd.

The expert panel of judges is chaired by Martin Weller, President of ALT. The panel represents expertise from different sectors and countries, bringing together a wealth of experience in Learning Technology. The 2018 judges are:

  • Sarah-Jane Crowson, Scholarship development manager, Hereford College of Arts
  • Dr Louise Drumm, Researcher
  • Farzana Latif, Technology Enhanced Learning Manager, University of Sheffield
  • Dr Kulari Lokuge, Associate Director eLearning, Monash College
  • Alex Moseley, Head of Curriculum Enhancement, Leicester Learning Institute, University of Leicester
  • Joey Murison – General Manager, Catalyst IT – Open Source Technologists
  • Dr Chrissi Nerantzi, Principal Lecturer in Academic CPD, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Dr James Pickering, Associate Professor in Anatomy, Leeds Institute of Medical Education
  • Prof John Traxler, Professor of Digital Learning, University of Wolverhampton
  • Prof Martin Weller, Professor of Educational Technology, Open University

Vote for Community Choice award

The judges’ choices for individual and team awards will be announced at the awards ceremony at the Annual Conference on 12 September. However, we are also giving everyone the opportunity to vote from the judges’ shortlisted finalists to select this year’s Community Choice award.

How to vote

There are two ways to vote: via email and via Twitter. Voting will be limited to one vote per account. Your account details (email addresses and Twitter screen names) will not be used for direct marketing or passed by ALT to third parties. All voting closes at noon (BST) 12 September 2018.

Vote via email

Send a message to LTAwards-vote@alt.ac.uk with the tag of the person or team in the subject line. For example, to vote for  “Lincoln’s Student Video Support Assistants (Team Award)” , email to LTAwards-vote@alt.ac.uk with the subject line ‘#LTA1′.

Vote via Twitter

Tweet a message with the hashtag #altc and the tag of the person or team you wish to vote for. For example, to vote for “Gaming for Graduates (Research Project Award)”  your tweet should include ‘#altc #LTA2’. You are allowed to include other text/links with your tweet. Retweets will not be counted. Only publicly visible tweets will be counted. If a Twitter account tweets more than one vote, the last vote will only be counted.

Voting is now open for the Community Choice Award. Find out who the finalists are and cast your vote.