ILT

(redirected from Information Learning Technology)
AcronymDefinition
ILTInstructor-Led Training
ILTInspectie Leefomgeving en Transport (Dutch: Inspection of Living Environment and Transport; Netherlands)
ILTInstitute for Learning Technologies (Columbia University, NY)
ILTInverse Laplace Transform (mathematics)
ILTInstructor Lead Classroom Training
ILTInstitute for Laser Technology
ILTInfectious Laryngotracheitis
ILTInstitute for Learning and Teaching (UK)
ILTInternational Leadership Team (various organizations)
ILTI Like Trains (forum)
ILTInformation Learning Technology
ILTInstitute of Logistics and Transport
ILTIn Late Today
ILTInterdisciplinary Learning and Teaching
ILTIn-Line Tee (oil and gas production)
ILTInverse Lithography Technology
ILTInvercargill Licensing Trust (New Zealand)
ILTIndependent Living Training (various organizations)
ILTIncident Location Tool (software; various locations)
ILTFraunhofer Institute of Laser Technology (Aachen, Germany)
ILTInteractive Learning Toolkit
ILTIs Listening To
ILTI Liked That
ILTI Love Torrents (file-sharing website)
ILTInternal Link
ILTIntegrated Learning Technology, Inc
ILTIndustrial Language Training
ILTIndependent Learning Time (education)
ILTInternal Lifting Tool
ILTInteractive Legal Tools (est. 2006)
ILTInadequate Lead Time (Sprint)
ILTInstallation Lead Time
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"In Further Education (FE) this is already the case, where the awareness and potential of e-learning has been raised via the Information Learning Technology (ILT) Champion's Programme as part of the Welsh Learning Network.
In a ceremony held earlier this month in Birmingham, Warwickshire College triumphed over competing colleges to win the BECTA (British Educational Communications and Technology Agency) Award for the Effective Use of Information Learning Technology to Enhance Teaching and Support Learningmat the Association of Colleges' annual conference.
"The use of information learning technology (ILT) in learning environments is high on both college and Government agendas.
We do believe this course represents the very best use of 'information learning technology', as it offers real and direct benefits to the students who take part."
The Health and Safety Programme for the Equine Industry, developed by staff at the Moreton Morrell campus, impressed education inspectors who nominated it in the effective use of information learning technology category.
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