In conversation with: Maren Deepwell (@MarenDeepwell) #altc

A new regular feature to the ALT blog has ALT CEO Maren Deepwell in conversation with a number of ALT contributors. This week is my […]

Reading: A MOOC taxonomy based on classification schemes of MOOCs

As seen on Twitter earlier today (thank you Grainne Conole): A MOOC taxonomy based on classification schemes of MOOCs by T. Liyanagunawardena and colleagues: The […]

What does education mean to you? #EducationDay

Inspired by the tweets I’ve been reading today, and from Sheila MacNeill’s post of the same title, here is something that education and learning means […]

Was that meeting useful?

We all have them. Sometimes it seems our days are full of them. Mostly, they’re needed and occasionally they can even be useful. But are […]

ALTc 2018 – Conference Reflections

by Karl Luke Thanks to the UCISA 2018 bursary scheme, I recently attended the Association of Learning Technology (ALT) Conference 2018 in Manchester. This post […]

political and critical; a personal reflection

ALT and motherhood on the same page? I didn’t see that coming!. Last week Catherine Cronin and Frances Bell presented A personal, feminist and critical retrospective […]

Moodle goes to ALTC 2018 – The leading Learning Tech conference in the UK

From September 11 to 13, Moodle HQ will be at the annual Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALTC) in Manchester […] The post Moodle goes […]

Associate Membership of Association for Learning Technology (ALT)

York St John has recently renewed its Organisational Membership of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT), this entitles our staff to free Associate Membership for 2017-18. ALT is the […]

#AltC 2016

This year, I had the opportunity alongside two colleagues from our Ed.Tech and wider ICT team to attend the Association for Learning Technologies conference. ALT […]

Some, shiny, digital #altc badg(er)s

Just a very short post to share the news that members of ALT and CMALT holders can now augment their physical badge/sticker collection with some […]

From the bell curve to the cyborg, designing anonymous learning spaces: reflections on #altc part 2

Once again all the #altc keynotes knocked it “out of the park”. Three very different perspectives, approaches and presentations yet all three complemented each other […]

Some of my #altc spaces and my new norm(al) (part 1)

#Iwill think more about spaces #altc — Sheila MacNeill (@sheilmcn) 7 September 2017 This was my final thought at this year’s annual #altc conference. What […]

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