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Event

Jisc at ALT Annual Conference 2022

The Association of Learning Technology (ALT) conference provides an international platform for learning technology research, practice and policy work from across sectors.

  • Three days
  • Manchester

This event will be held on

  • 06–08 September 2022

    • University Place at University of Manchester
    • See times below

About

The Association of Learning Technology (ALT) conference provides an international platform for learning technology research, practice and policy work from across sectors.

Join the conversation

Visit the Jisc lounge by the registration area to continue conversations and network with Jisc experts and other delegates.

As well as delivering sessions throughout the conference, our experts will be available here on the stand to continue the conversation. See details below.

Digital Leadership, TEL Research, Learning, teaching and assessment.

Day One: 12:30-13:00, 13:45-14:00, 16:30-17:00

Day Two: 16:15-17:00

Day Three: 10:00-10:30

Digital transformation/digital strategy.

Day One: 12:00-13:00, 15:00-15:30, 16:30-17:00

Day Two: 11:30-11:45, 12:45-14:00

Day Three: 10:00-10:30, 11:30-11:45

Digital capability and digital elevation tool.

Day One: 13:45-14:00, 16:30-17:00,

Day Two: 09:00-10:30

Jisc sessions

Tuesday 6 September

Learning and curriculum design: new blooms or hardy perennials?

Speakers:

  • Sarah Knight, head of learning and teaching transformation, Jisc
  • Sheila MacNeill, managing director, How Sheila sees IT
  • Helen Beetham, educational consultant

How the digital experience is evolving: from pre pandemic, learning during lockdown, to really harnessing technology to benefit the student experience

Speakers:

  • Clare Killen, senior consultant, Jisc
  • Laura Didymus, data analytics consultant, Jisc

Wednesday 7 September

Making digital transformation achievable: critical foundations for success

Speakers:

  • Sarah Knight, head of learning and teaching transformation, Jisc
  • Lou McGill, consultant - HE and digital capabilites, Jisc
  • Nick Skelton, founder and director, Nutgrove ltd

Improving FE digital maturity through collaboration

Speaker:

  • Andrew McFadyen, further education and skills senior consultant, Jisc

Thursday 8 September

Creating the agile graduate for industry 4.0 and beyond – sustainable approaches to embedding digital fluency and reflection in the curriculum

Speaker:

  • Becki Vickerstaff, higher education senior consultant, Jisc

This is an online session only.

Standing the test of time – how UK college and universities are using the digital capability framework

Speakers:

  • Paulette Makepeace, head of digital capability, Jisc
  • Sarah Knight, head of learning and teaching transformation, Jisc
  • Lou McGill, consultant - HE and digital capabilites, Jisc
  • Helen Beetham, consultant
  • Becki Vickerstaff, higher education senior consultant, Jisc

View the full programme on the conference website.

Who should attend

  • Learning technologists
  • Heads of digital education
  • Senior leaders with responsibility for digital

Booking information

Full booking details can be found on the conference website.