Proposals for technology conference due April 9

By Staff

Faculty, staff and graduate students are reminded to submit proposals for the COLTT (Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology) 2013 conference. The program committee looks for dynamic sessions that explore groundbreaking and/or proven uses of technologies in teaching and learning settings.

The 16th annual COLTT is set for Aug. 7 and 8 at the Wolf Law Building on the CU-Boulder campus.

The call for proposals is now open and the submission deadline is April 9.

Click here for details about the call for proposals.

COLTT 2012 broke previous attendance records and the new venue was resoundingly popular. Comments from COLTT 2012 attendees:

“Fascinating and thought-provoking options for learning and teaching”

“I have no experience with WordPress or website design, so this provided a great introduction- my mind is swimming with ideas!”

“Provided really great resources and examples for creating Android apps. No programming required!”

“I gained some personal tips and tricks to make how I personally use social media less cumbersome.”

“Got me thinking in a whole new way.”

The COLTT 2013 Keynote Speaker will be CU Regent At-Large Stephen Ludwig.

Click here for more information about the conference. Registration will open soon.

Scholarship partners include Arts and Sciences Support of Education Through Technology (ASSETT) ATLAS, and the Graduate School on the CU-Boulder campus and the Colorado Community College System (CCCS) for their affiliates.

Questions: Jill Lester, COLTT Conference Coordinator,