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ALT-C reporters wanted!

Posted Thursday, 2 September 2010, 11:03

Each year the ALT Newsletter publishes a report on ALT-C and we are looking for volunteers to write this year's conference report. Ideally, we'd like 3 or 4 people to collaborate on writing the article, so this is an excellent opportunity to get your name in print and work with others.

The report should be between 1,000-2000 words and describe the conference in terms of a general overview, interesting sessions, award winners, social events and anything else that is felt to be of interest to the learning technology community. You would need to submit the article to the Editor of ALT Newsletter by 30th September for inclusion in the October edition. If you are interested in volunteering or would like further information, then please contact Julie Voce (, Deputy Editor of ALT Newsletter.

For reference, please see previous ALT-C reports:
2009 -
2008 -,0,w
2007 -,0,w

I've never done anything like this before.
I'm very happy to volunteer (thanks for asking) - but no clue how good my contribution would be. I can however guarantee I'd have opinions to share :)
If you get more suitable candidates, I'm happy to take a back seat. Failing which, please let me know where I meet with you and what/how we do this for 2010


Friday, 3 September 2010, 09:43

I am interested in collaborating with others to write the piece.

I will be writing up something to share with my team back at Aberystwyth, anyway, so this will be a nice way to focus it.

Friday, 3 September 2010, 12:01

Hi Julie - like Mary I will be putting something together for Kingston, so I would be happy to make a contribution (assuming grammar and punctuation aren't priorities). Colin

Friday, 3 September 2010, 12:32

Thanks for all the responses. I think we have enough people now :)

Saturday, 4 September 2010, 16:15

Hi I would be happy to help out in any way, but would be from a exhibitor perspective, and the ALT Jorum learning and teaching awards.

Just let me know.

Louise Egan

Jorum Communications Officer

Thursday, 9 September 2010, 10:18