Getting started with CMALT

Yesterday we welcomed Dr Shirley Evans from the University of Worcester to Cardiff University to discuss all things CMALT.

CMALT is a peer-based professional accreditation scheme for individuals whose work involves learning technology. If you succeed in completing the accreditation, you will gain Certified Membership of the Association for Learning Technology (CMALT).

As Honorary Secretary of the Association for Learning Technology – ALT (of which the University has been a member since October last year), a CMALT holder, and also a CMALT lead assessor, Shirley was the ideal person to come and speak to us as new candidates. We were also joined by Geraint Evans from the School of Social Sciences, and Dave Ruckley from the WCPPE, School of Pharmacy, who have both completed CMALT. Dave has now become an assessor on the scheme.

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