The 16th Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology conference (COLTT) will be a great professional development event that offers the opportunity for attendees to network with colleagues from around the state and beyond. Attendees and presenters alike will share new ideas and technologies that you can use in your classroom and research.
The COLTT Program Committee seeks engaging presentations in such areas as: analytics that work, disruptive innovation in education, social media, student engagement and assessment, innovative presentation design, integrating arts and technology, MOOCs, multimedia, universal access and much more. Additional suggested topics are listed on our wiki along with the rest of the details for submission at: http://coltt2013.pbworks.com/FrontPage The call for proposals submission deadline is April 9, so please review our criteria and then submit your proposal.
We are pleased to announce our COLTT 2013 Keynote Speaker will be CU Regent At-Large Stephen Ludwig. For more information about the keynote and the conference please visit our website at https://www.cusys.edu/coltt/2013/index.html
COLTT 2013 will be held at the Wolf Law Building on the CU Boulder campus, Wednesday, Aug. 7 and Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013.
Registration will be opening very soon. Arts and Sciences Support of Education Through Technology (ASSETT) will once again be offering scholarships for CU-Boulder Arts and Sciences affiliates as will the Graduate School for four of their students.
Questions about COLTT 2013 registration, proposals, and scholarships can be directed to Jill Lester, COLTT Conference Coordinator at email@example.com.