Colorado Learning and Teaching With Technology (COLTT) Conference call for proposals

By Staff

The April 28 deadline is fast approaching and we want to hear from more of you!

The 15th Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference (COLTT) needs your expertise and enthusiasm for this year's conference, which will be held Aug. 1 and 2 on the CU-Boulder campus. The COLTT program committee is now soliciting proposals for conference presentations, and you’re encouraged to share your expertise and research by submitting one or more proposals for review.

COLTT offers a great professional development opportunity for faculty, staff, and students interested in the latest innovations and current research at the nexus of learning, teaching, and technology. Over the past few years, COLTT has expanded in size and reach, and now draws participants from as far away as Canada and both coasts of the U.S. This is your opportunity to be involved in an exciting conference with a growing presence in the national community of teaching and learning with technology.

We are looking for dynamic sessions that explore innovative and effective uses of technologies in postsecondary teaching and learning settings. COLTT sessions influence participants' teaching and work; encourage participants to think differently about educational technologies; give participants the opportunity to reflect on their own teaching practices; and provide learning opportunities about trends in educational technology use and research. We encourage you to explore the full call for proposals online at<> and to submit a proposal by the April 28 deadline.

The COLTT proposal submission link can be found at

Please help spread the word about the best teaching and learning conference in the Rocky Mountain West. We are eager to read your proposals and to see you this summer at the conference. Registration is now open at: . We currently have funds from ASSETT for Arts and Science affiliates on the CU-Boulder campus.

Questions about COLTT 2012 can be directed to Jill Lester, Conference Coordinator,


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