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Talks

I give invited talks and keynotes on a broad range of topics, including virtual team leadership, learning technology future vision & impact and EdTech professionalisation & accreditation. Selected talks and podcasts from 2022 Assessment Hackathon, Dublin City University, 25 May 2022; Open in action – building connections in virtual teams, presentation with Lauren Hanks, OER22, 26-28 April 2022; How is our profession changing? Guest post with Professor Helen O’Sullivan, altc Blog, 11 April 2022; Ahead…

Archive

Selected links to resources, talks and other work. 2022 Digital Learning in Higher Education – COVID-19 and beyond; launch webinar and co-author of chapter (Further non-teaching perspectives on aspects of the higher education sector impacted by COVID-19) withMatt Smith, Interim Head of Primary Education,University of Wolverhampton, June 2022; Assessment Hackathon, Dublin City University, 25 May 2022; Open in action – building connections in virtual teams, presentation with Lauren Hanks, OER22, 26-28 April 2022; CEO Report,…

How to… enter the ALT Awards and gain professional recognition

Over the past year I have started to enter awards, and I realised that it can be a helpful process to get a new perspective on one’s progress and gain some much needed professional recognition along the way. This post is all about ALT’s Awards, which I can’t enter, but I hope that you will. The Awards celebrate achievement in the field of Learning Technology and are peer-reviewed by a panel of ALT Members from…

Talking about ethical approaches to Learning Technology during Digital Universities Week

This week I am chairing a discussion about ALT’s development of a framework for Ethical Learning Technology with a wonderful line up of speakers: ALT’s Chair, Professor Helen O’Sullivan, Javiera Atenas whose work helped shape the framework and our President, David White. Each will bring a different perspective to the conversation, helping us explore why taking an ethical approach to digital education is important for leaders, professional and academic staff and, first and foremost, students.…

‘Not just another online conference’… my hopes as CEO for ALT’s first Annual Conference online

ALT was founded in 1993 and last year was the first (and hopefully only) year in our history that we didn’t run our Annual Conference. Instead we organised a Summer Summit that provided much needed crisis support to our community in the run up to a start of term like no other. This September, our Annual Conference is back, and the excitement is building under the leadership of our three wonderful Co-Chairs, Roger Emery, Farzana…

Positive feedback by post: what happened next…

In a recent post on positive feedback I talked about how to use positive feedback for personal & professional development. As I wrote the post I had an idea to try out a new approach to giving and receiving positive feedback in a virtual, distributed team: I made a template and sent an envelope to each of my colleagues in the post, enclosing a piece of positive feedback from me to them, as well as…

Promoting equality in a distributed organisation

Today for International Women’s Day Martin Hawksey and I joined an inspiring day organised by the University of the Highlands and Islands Women’s Network. We contributed a joint keynote on promoting equality in a distributed organisation. ‘Equality is for women AND men’ – we like your thinking @MarenDeepwell! She’s joined by her colleague @mhawksey from @A_L_T as they deliver their session on #equality during #InternationalWomensDay#BalanceForBetter #IWD2019 #ThinkUHI pic.twitter.com/Or6JyI8VrY — University of the Highlands and Islands…

Beyond Advocacy: Who shapes the future of Learning Technology

This is a very special keynote to me and I am grateful to the Trustees of ALT to invite me to speak at ALT’s 25th Annual Conference. This post shares the slides and some of my notes for the talk and you can also watch a recording from the conference here . Thanks to James Clay for this video sketch note of the talk. I wanted to introduce myself via the skin of my laptop, which…

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