With COLTT 2015 just a month away, early bird registration rates are set to expire on Monday. Many already have registered for the event, for which attendance is limited. To register, visit:www.cu.edu/coltt/2015-conference-registration
Parking Services is managing parking permits directly for COLTT 2015. Permits must be purchased prior to the Aug. 5-6 conference at the Parking Services website and will not be available for purchase the day of the conference. You must purchase a parking permit for each day you will attend prior to COLTT at: www.cu.edu/coltt/2015-conference-registration
Session listings are posted at: www.cu.edu/coltt/2015-coltt-presenters. This year offers a great lineup that includes sessions such as, “Guild Wars: Addressing the Debate About Gamifying Higher Education,” by Diane Sieber, and “Teaching, Learning, and Assessment in a Time of Cyborg Learners,” by Janet Corral. The list will have future additions and changes.
Due to an unprecedented number of proposal submissions, the number of session venues has been expanded to include a conference room conducive to small group discussion and debate. Stay tuned: a preliminary conference schedule will be available soon.
If you have questions about the conference, please contact coordinator Jaimie Henthorn email@example.com.