ALT Scotland Annual Conference

Summer is finally here and that also means it’s time for the ALT Scotland Annual Conference before we all head for a much needed break.  Joe & Louise, Co-Chairs would like to warmly welcome you to join the ALT Scotland Group and Speakers to hear current issues and thinking in Learning Technology for Scotland and beyond. 

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Tuesday 22nd of June 10.30 – 2.30 pm 

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Agenda in PDF in Google Drive

TimeAgenda Speakers
10.30Introduction and HellosJoe / Louise
10.35Association for Learning Technology UpdateMaren Deepwell & Debbie Baff
10.45Education Scotland Update Schools and Learning Tech Kirsty McFaulEducation Scotland 
11.00eProctoring an Edinburgh University storyMyles Blaney
11.30Learning Tech and Further Education Landscape – what’s happening  across Colleges in Scotland in learning tech Kenji Lamb CDN Jason Miles-Campbell Jisc 
11.45Feedback and Further Comments on JISC Consultation Paper (Chunked Up)Link to Consultation Doc  A chance to feedback on Jisc/SFC consultation on Digital Future of Learning Joe Wilson
12.30Reflections – Michael Barber Paper In March 2021 Sir Michael Barber published “Gravity assist: propelling higher education towards a brighter future”  David Kernohan of WonkeHE will debunk this and experience of last year David Kernohan WonkeHE
1pmLunch Break – with activities 
Open Resources Curation – what are we sharing ? Overview of  Kaltura Edinburgh University makes extensive use of and Glasgow University has just bought it too –

Joe and Lorna on curation 

Adrien Bourg and Glasgow University Kaltura 
1.30pmLessons from SSSC – Keith has led out a range of developments in learning technology to support those working in social services . He will tell the SSSC story Keith Quinn Learning and Development Manager Scottish Social Service Council 
2.00Plenary – Ethical Issues & Learning TechnologyNatalie Lafferty Head of CITL University of Dundee with Sheila McNeil 
2.30-2.45 Plenary and CloseJoe / Louise

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