Join ALT

If you can support the conference financially, you’ll be supporting the community by helping us to keep this and other events open and active. You can choose to contribute now or at any point during the conference.

If you are not familiar with ALT or already an ALT Member, ALT is an independent charity, funded through membership contributions and events. Our Members support the delivery of ALT’s main conferences, along with our other events and activities.

ALT Members are part of a community of around 3,000 Learning Technology professionals, whose shared expertise helps us to ensure that the use and understanding of Learning Technology is effective, efficient and informed. Learn more about ALT’s strategic aims and about the ALT community.

Why join? Show support for what we do and be part of the leading professional body for Learning Technology in the UK.

If you are participating in the conference and are not yet a Member, join today:

To join ALT as an individual member for just £54 p.a., visit our Membership pages.

Employees of organisational Members of ALT qualify for a free Associate Membership. If you are part of an organisation and would like to join ALT, fees start at £200. You can find out more about Membership fees.

If you are unsure whether your organisation is already a Member of ALT, or are interested in joining ALT for free as an Associate, here is our current Organisational Members List.

Get involved

ALT is run by our Members, for our Members, and there are always opportunities to get involved in our governance and activities.

  • We are currently inviting expressions of interest in joining the 2018 ALT Annual Conference committee. The 2018 Conference will see ALT celebrating its 25th anniversary, and will be a special year to be involved. For more information and to express an interest see
  • 2018 will see the launch of an expanded framework for ALT’s professional accreditation for Learning Technologists, CMALT (Certified Membership of the Association for Learning Technology). We are currently carrying on an open consultation on the development, and invite contributions from both prospective CMALT candidates and current CMALT holders and assessors. To learn more and contribute to this development, sign up at