17 January, 2022
In September 2020, the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) launched the first phase of the development of a Framework for Ethical Learning Technology (FELT). The need for such a framework has become increasingly urgent as technologies for teaching and learning have been adopted on a larger scale than every before. The framework is designed to support individuals, organisations and industry in the ethical use of learning technology, and articulates a framework for ethical professional practice in Learning Technology, not a set of rigid rules that apply to particular tools, technologies or contexts.
Join Maren Deepwell (ALT Chief Executive), Natalie Lafferty and Sharon Flynn (members of ALT Board of Trustees) to hear about the development of the framework and join the discussion on how it might be useful in an Irish context.
More about our presenters
Maren is ALT’s Chief Executive
Natalie is Head of the Centre for Technology and Innovation in Learning at the University of Dundee, and a member of the ALT Board of Trustees
Sharon is Project Manager of the EDTL project, and a member of the ALT Board of Trustees