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Association for Learning Technology announces sponsors for 2009 conference

The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) announces the sponsors for its 2009 conference. This year’s title is "In dreams begins responsibility" – choice, evidence, and change. The conference takes place from 8-10 September 2009, Manchester, UK: www.alt.ac.uk/altc2009/

The conference co-chairs are Gilly Salmon, Professor of elearning and learning technologies at the University of Leicester, UK, and Professor Tom Boyle, Director of the Learning Technology Research Institute at London Metropolitan University, UK. ALT-C is the UK’s main conference for practitioners, researchers, and policy-makers in the learning technology domain. ALT-C is typically attended by 500 or more delegates: from all over the world; from universities, colleges, and other learning providers; from business; and from key Government agencies. The key themes for this year’s conference are: learning from history, spreading innovation, cost effectiveness, developing research culture, and redesigning pedagogy. Sponsors to date are:

* Becta

* Blackboard

* Desire2Learn

* Elluminate

* Higher Education Academy

* Huddle

* LSC

* LSIS

* Positive Internet

* The Technology Enhanced Learning Programme

* The University of Manchester

* Ufi/learndirect

For information about attendance or sponsorship, visit www.alt.ac.uk/altc2009 or email [email protected]

 

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