Session proposals for the 2019 Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) conference now are being welcomed. Proposal deadline is 11:59 p.m. Feb. 27.
The Aug. 8-9 event at CU Boulder will feature five session types:
- Technology: How are you using the newest platform, program, or gadget?
- Practice: What strategies or tactics have you implemented in your work in the last year?
- Pedagogy: What philosophies and principles inform and guide your work in higher ed?
- Policy: What policies, regulations, or laws impact your work in higher ed?
- Workshop: What new techniques or approaches do you want to teach COLTT?
Sessions are 20 or 50 minutes long, with 90-minute slots reserved for Workshops.
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.
COLTT 2018 featured full conference tracks on open educational resources (OERs), high-impact practices (HIPs) and accessibility.
Find session types, suggested topics, and FAQs on the Call for Proposals page.
Click here for the Session Proposal form.
For more information, visit cu.edu/coltt.
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