Calling all ALT NI Members

We wish to connect individuals and organisational members of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) from all sectors and parts of Northern Ireland.
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  • Annual Event 2019: Date and Call for Abstracts

    The ALT NI Committee is pleased to announce the date for this year’s Annual Event, so add 29th May to your diary!  Following your feedback from our launch last year, the format will include shared experiences from our members. Therefore, please submit an abstract for the projects or work you have been involved in over […]Read More »
  • CMALT Cohort Meeting 1

    The official Northern Ireland CMALT Cohort kicked off on 11th January 2019. It seemed fitting that the new year was starting with getting together with a new group of colleagues from across the country. Our first meeting was face-to-face and in a neutral venue for everyone, the Ormeau Baths, which is a central hub for […]Read More »
  • ALTNI CMALT Programme 2018-2019

    ALTNI are hosting a CMALT programme for 2018-2019.  As a cohort, you will work together through your individual portfolios with the aim of submitting for accreditation in May 2019. The cohort will provide guidance, support, and motivation in a structured programme to keep you working through your portfolio and enable you to submit within the […]Read More »
  • Call for expressions of interest: STEM Masterclass for Advance HE

    I am currently seeking  expressions of interest for an associate to co-deliver a 5 day STEM masterclass in Bahrain in November for Advance-HE. Interested candidates should: Have a background in STEM disciplines; Be confident in modelling a  range of digital technologies that can be used for teaching, learning, assessment and professional development; Have experience of staff […]Read More »
  • Invitation to virtually attend ALT-C 2018 in Belfast

    ALT is celebrating 25 years this year and the annual conference is in Manchester. There is still time to register to attend, but for those of us who are unable to attend in person, we are hosting virtual sessions in Belfast in a similar vein to last year; one day at Ulster University and one […]Read More »