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  • COLTT Conference Overview

    • What is COLTT?

      https://www.cu.edu/coltt 

      COLTT engages participants in learning about teaching practices and technologies, challenging the way they think about both. By attending sessions and hands-on workshops, attendees are able to network and gather effective practices that change the way they teach and learn in classrooms, online, and in virtual environments.

    • Who Attends COLTT?

      Attendees join us each year from a broad range of educational institutions and private organizations. Many Colorado colleges and universities are well-represented, as are numerous post-secondary schools and community colleges from the Rocky Mountain region. We also host national and international attendees from a number of places each year. Renewal credit for educators is available where applicable, and upon request by attendees.

  • COLTT Conference Information

    • Conference 

      Details

      Dates: August 1st and 2nd

      Location: CU Boulder Campus

       Schedule: Coming SOON

    • 2018 Call for Proposals!

      Submit HERE: https://www.cu.edu/coltt/call-proposals-2018 

      Session length varies from 35 to 50 minutes, with several different formats (session types) available.

      Whether you are a past COLTT session leader or new to the conference, we encourage you to consider submitting a proposal this year. We welcome sessions designed to engage our audience in meaningful and memorable ways and to keep them at the leading edge of innovative ed-tech tools and practices.

      Types of Sessions

      • Application of Tech Tools
      • Discussion
      • Instructional Strategies
      • Makerspace
      • General Session

This portfolio last updated: 25-Apr-2018 1:22 PM