Re-posted from LTHEchat.
#LTHEchat is back for the 2018/19 academic year, opening with a collaboration with the Annual Conference of the Association for Learning Technology #altc, please join us at 8pm on Tuesday 11th September.
The ALT’s 25th Annual Conference programme brings together different critical perspectives in Learning Technology from across the community that will examine the challenges ahead and question the shape of things to come. ALT is putting its values into practice and Members at the heart of the conference, so in this spirit the event will be chaired collaboratively by the Trustees of ALT, led by Sheila MacNeill and Martin Weller.
We are opening up the #altc #LTHEchat to include questions from Co-Chairs, presenters and organisers of the event focused around the conference themes:
-participation through Learning Technology;
-collaboration for Learning Technology;
-critical perspectives in Learning Technology;
-openness and Learning Technology.
In our #altc #LTHEchat we’ll be asking you to share your key moments from the history of Learning Technology – ideas that inform your own critical perspectives in Learning Technology and to look ahead to the biggest challenges we face at the start of this academic year and how we can make the best use of technology for the benefit of staff and students.
You can engage with conference beyond our collaborative #LTHEchat:
2. Remote viewing of streamed sessions
A number of #altc sessions are streamed live. Streamed sessions are marked on the Programme with a YouTube icon, this includes keynote speakers. To view one of these live streamed sessions, open the session details page. Each live streamed session page includes an embedded YouTube player. When the session is due to start, click on the play button to see the stream. If you are a Member of ALT, you can use the Log In link on this site to follow sessions and post updates.
3. Virtually ConnectingWe also welcomed back Virtually Connecting, who were organising some opportunities to speak to speakers and delegates at the conference. Details of these are posted on the Virtually Connecting website and @VConnecting Twitter account.4. Missed a live session?Recordings of live sessions are immediately available, so don’t worry if you missed a session.