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The 17th Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference
Technology has the potential to transform teaching, creating new models for collaborative learning and increasing access to educational opportunities locally and globally. I invite you to take part in the dialogue on technology’s transformative power and its role in higher education at the Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) conference, one of the University of Colorado’s signature professional development events. The conference will be Wednesday, Aug. 6, and Thursday, Aug. 7 in the Wolf Law Building on the CU-Boulder campus. Faculty, graduate students and staff will have the opportunity to network with regional colleagues and engage in vital conversations about technology-empowered approaches – both new and tested – to teaching and learning.
The conference will feature sessions, workshops and discussions on topics such as open educational resources, “hackathons,” digital content, social media, and flipping and unflipping the classroom. Several campus units offer funded registrations for faculty, students and staff who would like to take part.
CU-Boulder Professor of Physics and 2014 U.S. Carnegie Professor of the Year Steven Pollock will deliver the keynote address for the conference.
The tentative schedule can be found online:
We look forward to an inspiring COLTT conference as we collectively address the challenges and opportunities facing higher education.
For more information about scholarships, registration and the conference, visit www.cu.edu/coltt. For questions about COLTT 2014, contact Deborah Keyek-Franssen, conference director and associate vice president for digital education and engagement (email@example.com), or Jill Lester, COLTT conference coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org).