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The 3rd Active Learning Conference is almost here!

Join us on Tuesday 11th June for an action-packed day of all things active learning. We will be in the Conference Centre, Bramber House, University of Sussex. To book one of the last free tickets, check our Eventbrite site here To see what is on offer, check out our exciting programme here Many thanks to… Continue reading The 3rd Active Learning Conference is almost here!

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More tickets available for the 3rd Active Learning Conference!

Following the rapid sell-out of all of our free tickets sponsored by Sony Professional Solutions, we are pleased to be able to offer a further 80 tickets, costed at £34 each, for anyone interested in joining us on Tuesday 11th June. Tickets can be purchased here To find out more about the exciting programme of… Continue reading More tickets available for the 3rd Active Learning Conference!

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Registration is now open for the 3rd Active Learning Network Conference!

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-3rd-active-learning-conference-tickets-59214560344 Programme-for-aln-2019-1Download Don't miss out! The 3rd Active Learning Conference is taking place on Tuesday 11th June 2019 at University of Sussex. We have an action packed programme (quite literally!) with interactive workshops and presentations on everything from the use of magic to increase interactivity in lectures to the use of Lego and… Continue reading Registration is now open for the 3rd Active Learning Network Conference!

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Activity theory and active learning research. Digital methods in task-driven collaboration.

ALNLU Thursday 21st March, 12noon - 13:30 Active Learning Network Lancaster are holding their 2nd meeting this Thursday on the theme of Activity Theory and Active Learning Research. To find out more, click the link below. It is possible to join the meeting via Zoom. Activity Theory and Active Learning Research "Our informal event will… Continue reading Activity theory and active learning research. Digital methods in task-driven collaboration.

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Active Learning Network launches its first satellite group at Lancaster University!

We are very pleased to announce the launch of our first satellite network group! Phil Devine will be leading the Active Learning Network group at Lancaster University. The ‘Active Learning Network’ Lancaster, hosted an inaugural event ‘Discovering Active Learning’ (https://goo.gl/7BrmT7) in December. The aim of the ‘Active Learning Network’ Lancaster is to share, discuss, support… Continue reading Active Learning Network launches its first satellite group at Lancaster University!