ILTA EdTech Conference 2024

The ILTA EdTech Conference 2024 will be held on May 30th and 31st at ATU Sligo.

The Irish Learning Technology Association

An independent, voluntary, community of professionals, committed to the development and exchange of knowledge of technology-enhanced learning in education



About the ILTA Community


ILTA’s 1,800 members are drawn from Irish higher education institutions, further education and training providers, industry vendors and agencies, professional bodies, government state agencies (e.g. DES, HEA, HEAnet, IBEC, the National Forum for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, and SOLAS), alongside other stakeholders interested in technology-enhanced learning.



Publish with us

The Irish Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning is an open access, peer reviewed journal published by ILTA. It is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to scholarly excellence and to the promotion of research in the Irish educational technology community.

EdTech 2024 Conference

ILTA organises an annual EdTech national conference with partner educational institutions across Ireland. Each year, EdTech is held in a different Irish Higher Education Institution.

Our upcoming EdTech 2024 conference event will be held in ATU Sligo, on May 30 & 31, 2024

Learn about our previous conference: EdTech ’23

Winter conference

ILTA also has organised an annual online winter conference, in January.

Learn about a previous Annual Winter Conference event in 2022.

Our most recent event was a series of three webinars held in January 2024. Thanks to all for attending!



ILTA supports and encourages emerging TEL researchers to publish in our open access peer-reviewed Irish Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning

Jenn Burke Award

ILTA co-sponsors this annual award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning with Dublin City University

Subscribe to the ILTA newsletter

ILTA welcomes new members, and subcribing to our newsletter is simple. Just click the link below.

ILTA Partners

ILTA operates within a wider national and international ecosystem of like minded strategic partners such as:

  • ALT – Association of Learning Technologies, UK
  • CESI – Computers in Education in Society Ireland
  • European Commission DG Education and Culture
  • JISC
  • National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Ireland
  • UCISA – Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association