ALT’s home page about the CMALT scheme
Mark Williams – Portfolio from June 2016
Tom Franklin – Portfolio Review from November 2014
Shirley Evans – Portfolio Review from November 2014
E Lessner – Portfolio Review from November 2014
Ian Guest – Portfolio from September 2014
Gemma Witton – Portfolio from September 2013
David Hopkins – Portfolio from May 2013
Anna Armstrong – Portfolio from September 2011
Sarah Horrigan – Portfolio from August 2010
Tom Franklin – Portfolio from July 2010
Kevin Brace – Portfolio from December 2008
Rachel Challen – Portfolio from March 2008

Learning Technologists
Alastair Creelman – Linnaeus University
Amber Thomas – University of Warwick
Chris James Carter – Blogging about digital professionalism
Daniel Scott – Barnsley College and Barnsley Council
David Callaghan
Donald Clark
e-Literate – A blog written by a number of learning technologists
Gilly Salmon – Swinburne University of Technology
Grant Douglas – Lille Catholic University
Ian Guest – Head of eLearning, Sheffield
Jamie Lepiorz – The University of Sheffield
Julian Beckton – The University of Lincoln
Karl Fisch – Director of Technology, Arapahoe High School
Kevin Gannon – History Professor and Director of CETL, Grand View University
Maha Bali – Associate Professor of Practice, The American University in Cairo
Maren Deepwell – The Association for Learning Technology
Martin Hawksey – Chief Innovation, Community and Technology Officer at ALT
Matt Lingard – University of West London
Mike Caulfield – Washington State University
Moira Sarsfield – Imperial College London
Nick Daniels – The University of Edinburgh
Rosie Hare – Learning Resources Development Manager at The Northern School of Art
Shailey Minocha – Professor of Learning Technologies and Social Computing, The Open University
Sharon Boyd – The University of Edinburgh
Sheila MacNeill – Learning Technologist of the Year 2013, Glasgow Caledonian University
Terry Loane – Freelance e-learning specialist
Tom Worthington

Open source rapid eLearning content development tool
Cloud storage and syncing; destroyer of USB flash drives
Nonprofit organisation defending civil liberties in the digital world
Open source bitmap graphics editor, excellent alternative to Photoshop
Collaboratively developed free software giving users complete freedom and control
Freeware image editor with awesome batch conversion and rename functionality
Text editor which can show markup, released under GPL
You may have noticed that I prefer open source software to propriety; free, open, secure, quality
Now with the top 200 tools for learning – the URL lies!
My social network poison of choice, and still popular in Ed Tech
The dream of the Library of Alexandria made possible by technology
Open source blogging platform; you’re reading this on a WordPress site

TEL and Education Community
The UK’s leading membership organisation in the field of learning technology
The Institute of Learning Innovation (ILI) Blog, started by the University of Leicester
The EdTechTeam Blog, a California based network of learning technologists
UK organisation which champions excellent learning and teaching in higher education
Higher education news and opinion, US focus
Advises, guides and researches on digital technologies for education
List of open source software which are viable alternatives to commercial products
Staff and Educational Development Association
The UK’s leading publication on higher education
The North East of England’s higher education regional association
The definitive voice for UK universities

TEL Teams and Blogs
The University of Brighton – eLearning Blog
Newcastle University – Learning and Teaching Development Service
The University of Sheffield – Learning Technologies
The University of Sunderland – Centre for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching
Teesside University – Learning and Teaching Enhancement Team
The University of York – The E-Learning Development Team’s Blog