|Call for proposals closes 18 November 2019|
|The ALT will take place online 11-12 December 2019. The conference provides ALT Members an opportunity to highlight the work they and their community have been involved with and to gain feedback from peers. As with previous years, the conference is designed to be a festival of learning with the aim of increasing the impact of Learning Technology for the wider community. You can find out more about the conference, and submit a proposal via the conference website.
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.
We have three types of sessions plus a wildcard option if you would like to try another format:
The deadline for submissions is 18 November 2019.
Proposals will be checked for eligibility, fitting within the chosen session type and programming restraints within each time slot. All authors will be notified of their acceptance or otherwise in w/c 18 November.
To see the variety of topics covered in 2018, see last year’s programme: https://altc.alt.ac.uk/online2018/programme/
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ALT’s Online Winter Conference 2019 Call for Proposals closes 18 November. Submit your proposal now – https://go.alt.ac.uk/2IySRnB #altc
Register for FREE: ALT Online Winter Conference 2019, 11-12 December. For more information, visit – https://go.alt.ac.uk/online2019 #altc