Associate Membership of Association for Learning Technology (ALT)

ALT_small_logo1York St John has recently renewed its Organisational Membership of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT), this entitles our staff to free Associate Membership for 2014-15.
ALT is the Association for Learning Technology, an independent, self-funded, membership-based charity working to improve practice, promote research and influence policy in learning technology

How can being a member help me?

By becoming a member of ALT you can:

Network, exchange knowledge and stay up to date with developments

  • share ideas, ask questions and collaborate with other members and network at events or online;
  • post your questions to their members-only discussion list, or contribute your know-how by responding to questions;
  • exchange knowledge, ask questions and keep pace with innovation and pedagogy in the development of Learning Technology;
  • set up new Special and Regional Interest Groups, or become involved in existing ones, including organising events or running online communities.
  • Attend their conference ALTC, or one of their other face-to-face or online events where you will meet practitioners, researchers, managers and policy makers from education and industry;
  • receive regular news about upcoming events, jobs and funding opportunities and submit your own for inclusion in the News Digest or Newsletter;
  • attend all events at a members’ discount;
  • keep in touch with ALT via their opt-in mailing lists, subscribe to their RSS feeds or follow ALT on Twitter;

Help shape the future of research and policy in learning technology

  • shape the way they work and what they do by engaging in ALT’s governance;
  • contribute to research publications, policy consultations and event programmes;
  • contribute to their journal, Research in Learning Technology, which encourages research that informs good practice and contributes to the development of policy;
  • access a world-wide network for Learning Technology via their partner organisations;

Develop professionally

As a Member you also have the right to:

  • vote in elections of trustees and officers and at the Annual General Meeting;
  • express an interest in serving on one of their Operational Committees (Roles available within ALT);
  • stand for election as a Trustee of ALT or as Vice-Chair of ALT;
  • express an interest in serving on the editorial board of their journal Research in Learning Technology or the Programme Committee for the ALT Conference;

Interested? Then why not sign up to be an Associate Member!
Phil

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