August 16th, 2016
The Health E-Learning and Media (HELM) team have been shortlisted for an ‘Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Learning Technologist of the Year Award 2016’ in the Community Choice Voting category. These awards celebrate and reward excellent practice and outstanding achievement in the learning technology field.
Show your support by taking time to vote for this innovative team, who have made significant impact across the curriculum in research and within the community. In addition, their international reputation has been secured through their HELM Open educational healthcare resource developments.
You can vote by following instructions on the Association for Learning Technology website. All voting closes at 12pm Wednesday 7 September.
Twitter users can vote for HELM by tweeting: “My vote for #altc Community Awards #LTA12“. #LTA12 is the code for HELM. Only one such tweet will count as a vote from a Twitter account. Retweets don’t contribute towards the vote, but are a good way to spread the word!
You can also email LTAwardsfirstname.lastname@example.org and must include “#LTA12” in the subject line. Again, only one vote is counted per email account.
Also, make sure to view the video celebrating HELM team and their work.
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