Association for Learning Technology Online Newsletter
Issue 7 January 2007   Saturday, January 27, 2007

ISSN 1748-3603

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Feature article
Partnerships with Palestinians
Where is the E in L itch? Embedded or Invisible?
Leitch: another skills report
The Quality Improvement Agency’s (QIA) response to Leitch
Leitch is no Occam
Case studies
Mobile Learning
The Tribal Education Innovation Challenge
Accessibility awareness raising and continuing professional development
Project updates
JANET Voice Service
Conference reviews
mLearn 2006: Across generations and cultures
LAMS 2006
Online Educa Berlin 2006
Software reviews
Using Wink to create software presentations
ALT news
Director's report
Executive Secretary's report
News from the Netherlands
Publications from the SURF e-learning website
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Conference reviews
mLearn 2006: Across generations and cultures
by Bob Harrison and Andy Black

The 5th mLearn Conference held in Banff, Canada, in October 2006 featured researchers and practitioners from over 30 countries. This review by Bob Harrison and Andy Black highlights some of the notable presentations from the conference.
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by Simon Walker and Linda Creanor

Sydney Opera House Reflections on the 23rd Annual Ascilite (Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education) conference: Who's Learning? Whose Technology?
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LAMS 2006
The first LAMS International Conference 6-8 December 2006
by Simon Walker

The first LAMS International Conference, took place from 6-8 December 2006 in in Sydney Australia. LAMS is one of the first robust open source Learning Design systems to have emerged from IMS LD specifications.
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Online Educa Berlin 2006
by Rhonda Riachi

A snapshot of the 12th International Conference on Technology Supported Learning and Training.
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