This is an informal Twitter showcase of the #altc blog – celebrating editors and contributors who have helped make this the blogs biggest and best year yet. Join in #altc to discover what’s been happening on the blog this year.
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We publish the #altc blog, formerly the ALT Newsletter, on a continuous basis. It contains a wide range of posts and articles, including news, opinion pieces, project updates, case studies, book reviews, ‘a week in the life’ summaries of the work of people in the Learning Technology field.
Meet the Editorial Team
Editor in Chief: Anne Hole, University of Sussex.Editors: Rachel Challen, Nottingham Trent University, Teresa MacKinnon, University of Warwick, Hannah Mathias, Cardiff and Vale College, Chris Rowell, Regent’s University, Jonathan Tulloch, University of East London, Santanu Vasant, City University, Ann-Kathrin Watolla, Centre for Higher Education, Germany, Gabi Witthaus
Writing for the #altc blog
Members of the #altc community are encouraged to get involved by writing for the community blog. The #altc blog publishes short, topical entries to help keep us all up to date with developments in Learning Technology and provides an opportunity for discussion.
Writing for the blog gives you the opportunity to disseminate your work, share something you are excited about, explore a common problem, or express an opinion.
Further information for authors is available here.
For more information or to submit an article for publication in the #altc blog, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
People who write for #altc blog get a Contributors badge from ALT so do think about what you could be sharing!