New partnership between ALT and the Irish Learning Technology Association (ILTA)

The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Irish Learning Technology Association (ILTA) on 5th March 2014. ALT and ILTA are both membership charities working to enhance learning technology knowledge and practise in education. ILTA supports a community, interested in enhancing learning with technology, across corporate, formal and informal […] View Article

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ALT launches a new three-year strategy

On 6th February 2014, we launched the new strategy for the Association for 2014-2017. The strategy sets out our shared vision for developing the Association as an influential, innovative and independent membership organisation, clearly defining our aims for the next three years. The strategy also articulates our values as a community of practitioners, researchers and policy makers, […] View Article

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Scholarship and Literacies in a Digital Age – Special Issue of Research in Learning Technology

Research in Learning Technology, the journal of the Association for Learning Technology, has published a Special Issue, “Scholarship and Literacies in a Digital Age”. In the editorial, Norm Friesen, Lesley Gourlay, and Martin Oliver comment that, “these papers provide a range of perspectives on this fast-moving area of engagement with technology, reminding us of the […] View Article

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Join the new ALT Wales Group

The ALT Wales Group is a new Special Interest Group (SIG) which is currently being established. Similar to the ALT Scotland Group, which was established in 2012 and which has since been very active, the ALT Wales Group is a national SIG for practitioners and researchers in learning technology based in Wales. ALT Wales will […] View Article

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