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CMALT 2015 – UCL’s popular portfolio in e-learning

By Clive Young, on 14 January 2015

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Do you use Moodle, Turnitin, Lecturecast, Opinio, My Portfolio, the UCL Wiki? Do you use Email, text, Facebook to contact students, do you read or contribute to blogs or Twitter etc. or use other technologies to support the student learning experience?

If so, why not try UCL UCL’s professional portfolio in e-learning? 

Now in its fourth year at UCL, CMALT is a chance to learn about, share and implement good practice in the wide range of technologies that support our students’ teaching and learning.

Working together with colleagues from across UCL was helpful in terms of discovering and developing good practice”.

CMALT is a national peer-based professional accreditation scheme developed by the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) and an opportunity to certify your growing skills and experience in learning technology.

Why not join us and work towards a CMALT certificate?

Please see our  flyer for more information.

There will be a lunch time meeting with Liz Wyatt from ALT to provide further information for prospective participants on Wednesday 21st January 2015 from 12pm-1pm in Chandler House, room 118.

All staff are welcome, although we recommend that UCL CMALT candidates have been working for one academic year, or have relevant previous experience. Please email a.gilry@ucl.ac.uk

If you are interested in CMALT but unable to attend this meeting please contact a.gilry@ucl.ac.uk

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