The following institutions are currently informally collaborating on the TLC project.
If you wish to get involved please get in touch with the 2017/18 organising group.
|Manchester Metropolitan University||Dr Chrissi Nerantzi
Dr Rod Cullen
|University of Northampton||Prof. Ale Armellinifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|University of Salford||Calum Thomson||C.J.M.Thomson@salford.ac.uk|
|University of Suffolk||Dr Chris Smithemail@example.com|
|University of Surrey||Dr Simon Lygo-Bakerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sheffield Hallam University||Andrew Middletonemail@example.com|
|London Metropolitan University||Charlotte Fregona||C.Fregona@londonmet.ac.uk|
In January 2018 the Association for Learning Technology joined the TLCs and we are looking forward to working more closely together.
The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) represents individual and organisational Members from all sectors and parts of the UK. Our Membership includes practitioners, researchers and policy makers with an interest in Learning Technology. Our community grows more diverse as Learning Technology has become recognised as a fundamental part of learning, teaching and assessment.
Our charitable objective is “to advance education through increasing, exploring and disseminating knowledge in the field of Learning Technology for the benefit of the general public”. We have led professionalisation in Learning Technology since 1993.
Find out more about ALT membership and how to join at https://www.alt.ac.uk/membership
Find out more about getting connected through the ALT community at https://www.alt.ac.uk/get-connected
The ALT strategy sets out ALT’s aims for 2017-2020:
Increasing the impact of Learning Technology for the wider community, strengthening recognition and representation for the Membership at a national level and leading professionalisation for individual Learning Technology professionals in a broad range of roles.
In May 2018 we had the pleasure to welcome the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE) to the TLC family.
On their website it says “ALDinHE is the membership association for staff who work as Learning Developers, or have a role which involves supporting student learning. Learning Developers share a common desire to empower students in their learning through helping them make sense of academic practices within higher education and supporting them to acquire the generic underpinning skills for the environments in which they are working.”
Steve Briggs and Carina Buckley are the ALDinHE co-chairs.