Educators from across CU and the region will gather for next month’s COLTT Conference to explore teaching practices and technologies – and to be challenged in how they think about both.
Web registration for the 2019 Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference at CU Boulder is open through Aug. 1.
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. The conference is set for Aug. 8-9 in the Wolf Law Building, 2450 Kittredge Loop Drive, Boulder.
Conference tracks include open educational resources (OERs), accessibility and virtual reality; faculty and staff will lead dynamic, interactive sessions on these and many other topics, including living and working in the fourth industrial revolution.
Angie Paccione, executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE), will be the keynote speaker, expressing her vision for the department and how technology use in education advances the agency’s goals. (Read her CU Connections Five Questions feature here.)
Members of the CU community who are interested in teaching and learning in higher education, the future of postsecondary education, and the affordances of technology to improve student success are encouraged to attend COLTT. Department chairs may consider sponsoring faculty and graduate student registration for the conference.
For more information, visit cu.edu/coltt.
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