The Call for Proposals has now closed. We are no longer accepting submissions.
The format of the event is designed to be multimodal, encourages communication between attendees and presenters in advance of as well as throughout the conference and aims to cross boundaries like sector, geography and job role.
The full two day programme will feature speakers from across sectors and bring together experts to discuss the most urgent questions facing institutions and individuals as they scale up the use of technology for learning, teaching and assessment. From creating a framework for the ethical use of Learning Technology to scaling up provision in an emergency and beyond, the conference will provide an opportunity to showcase excellence in EdTech practice and research.
We are welcoming submissions for webinars – 25 minute session (incl. at least 5 min for participant discussion or Q&A) around the following topics:
- scaling up Learning Technology
- moving beyond emergency provision
- wellbeing and Learning Technology
- new approaches to assessment
- ethics and policy in Learning Technology
- wildcard submissions that reflect current practice
The deadline for submissions is 02 November 2020. Proposals will be checked for eligibility and all authors will be notified of their acceptance or otherwise in w/c 09 November. All presenters will be entitled to 1 free registration for the event.
To see the variety of topics covered in 2019, see last year’s programme: https://altc.alt.ac.uk/online2019/programme/
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