ALT Learning Technologist of the Year 2009

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I am honoured and privileged to win the Learning Technologist of the Year award from the Association of Learning Technologies.

This award not only recognises the work I have undertaken at Gloucestershire College in enabling, embedding and promoting the use of learning technologies; it is also an award for all the staff and management at the college who use learning technologies effectively to enhance and enrich the learning experience.

I was presented with the award by Martin Bean, Vice Chancellor Designate of the Open University at the ALT-C 2009 Gala Dinner in Manchester.

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What was also nice was that the LSN MoLeNET team (of whom I am part of) was highly commended in the Team award.

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Photographs from Photoshy.

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8 Responses to ALT Learning Technologist of the Year 2009

  1. Barbara Macfarlan says:

    Congratulations James, a well-deserved award. There must be some rewards for all that trawling up and down the motor-way. Well done to all the team as well – what an inspiring group.

  2. Andy Powell says:

    Congratulations James. You deserve it. Nice one.

  3. Geoff Rebbeck says:

    Many congratulations James on this Award. Richly deserved. I have always admired what you have achieved both at Gloucestershire and in the wider FE community. Nice to see an FE profile here as well. Best wishes and congratulations again.

  4. Jackie Carter says:

    Well done James – and Gloucestershire College. And thanks for the presentation at our Mimas Mobile Learning event in July. We knew you were good – now so does everyone else.

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  7. Jez says:

    Congratulations to you and the MoleNet team, and thanks for continually sharing your hard work and ideas with the rest of us on this blog and elsewhere.

  8. Emma Ball says:

    Congrats James!

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