The Colorado Learning and Teaching With Technology (COLTT) Conference has announced it is teaming with Zerista Meeting Hub to launch a Web and mobile event app for 2014.
The conference is set for Aug. 6 and 7 in the Wolf Law Building at the University of Colorado Boulder.
The Zerista app will give COLTT attendees the ability to build a custom schedule, search and sort directories of attendees and speakers, engage in social media discussions and direct messaging, and much more.
Early registration for COLTT is available until midnight July 23, but spots are filling up quickly. Register for COLTT 2014 by using the registration page: cu.edu/coltt/2014-conference-registration.
COLTT 2014 offers attendees an impressive array of engaging and innovative sessions, such as “YouTube and LoveIt,” “20 Things You SHOULD be Doing In Your Online Course” and “Crowdsourcing Discovery: Incorporating Citizen-Scholars (MOOC students) in Medieval Historical Research.” Find the complete list of sessions on the COLTT wiki: http://coltt2014.pbworks.com.
Questions about COLTT 2014 may be directed to Jill Lester, conference coordinator, at email@example.com.