Road to CMALT

About

This program offers teaching academics and allied staff with an interest in and experience of teaching with technologies, the opportunity to network with others and develop evidence-based portfolios that document expertise and experiences with educational technologies. These evidenced-based portfolios could form part of a future submission for professional accreditation to become a Certified Member of the Association for Learning Technology (CMALT Australasia).

What is CMALT?

CMALT Australasia is a certified membership scheme offered in partnership between the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) with the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) UK. The Certified Member of the Association for Learning Technology (CMALT) provides peer-reviewed recognition aligned with the UK higher education professional standards framework. Certified membership can enhance the impact on one’s professional record and enable the member to use ‘CMALT’ as post-nominal letters.

Suitable for

UoM staff with experience in teaching with technology.

Program schedule

The Road to CMALT program will run in Semester 2, between October and November 2022. The program will be conducted online via 7 x 1 hour sessions. Content may include:

  • Concepts and criteria
  • Portfolio exemplars and example applications
  • Perspective of teaching academics who have been through the certification process
  • Overview of digital publishing formats.

Topic

Date Time

CMALT mapping

Activities

Week 1

11-12pm
Monday 17 October 2022

Introduction to CMALT accreditation process and establishment of participant eportfolios, and developing a contextual statement

Participants invited to join the CMALT Wordpress community and share ideas and social media via the #CMALTcMOOC hashtag. Setup of individual Wordpress or Edublogs eportfolios, ethics consent, and initial participant survey of prior experience. Shared collaborative participant map. Creating a concise biography and professional goals on Wordpress, and shared research profiles on: Researchgate, Academia.edu, Mendeley, ORCID, and LinkedIn. Introductory Webinar

Week 2

11-12pm
Monday 24 October 2022

Exploring operational issues

Blog post or VODCast discussing the constraints and benefits, technical knowledge, and deployment of learning technologies. Digital Literacy mapping exercise. Exploring innovative pedagogies – guest Webinar from international partner.

Week 3

11-12pm
Monday 31 October 2022

Exploring learning, teaching and assessment

Invitation to participate in SOTEL survey. Sharing assessment designs for peer feedback via Google Docs or MS Teams and a shared Project Bank via Wordpress or MS Teams. Webinar on TEL frameworks

Week 4

11-12pm
Monday 7 November 2022

Exploring the wider context

Blog post or VODCast discussing legislation, policies and standards, and exploring the wider impact of Altmetrics and SOTEL. Webinar on collaboration

Week 5

11-12pm
Monday 14 November 2022

Collaboration and Communication

Share examples of how you collaborate with your peers - this could be an interactive Google Map of research presentations or a team project, an online Community, a social media hashtag, a Twitter 'Moment' of a collaborative event, etc... Group Webinar

Week 6

11-12pm
Monday 21 November 2022

Choosing a specialisation

Blog post or VODCast describing an area of specialisation relevant to your context. Webinar sharing specialisations

Week 7

11-12pm
Monday 28 November 2022

CMALT portfolio publication options

Overview of digital publishing formats and CMALT portfolio submission requirements. Invitation to final participant survey. Participant Webinar reflecting upon their CMALT experience.

Registration

Registrations are now open to join the road to CMALT workshops. By registering you  are committing to attend all seven sessions in this series.

Register your Expression of Interest