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This website is from 2013. Please use our current link for COLTT 2014.


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Thank you so much to all of you attended COLTT 2013!


Some Session Recordings from COLTT 2013 are available here!



When:  This event occurred in the past.


Where:  Wolf Law Building, CU-Boulder


BYOD: This is a Bring Your Own Device event 


The 16th Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference provides a professional development opportunity for educators and others who seek the latest innovations, current research and conversations that explore the latest in learning and teaching with technology.


Sessions vary in format and technical level, and often include panels, discussions, presentations, research presentations, and hands-on workshops. Follow these links to the schedules:


This wiki serves as a portal for our COLTT 2013 conference logistical details and session information. We do our best to keep these pages updated with the generous assistance of our student employees and other volunteers.


Who is our audience: Attendees are higher education faculty, instructors, graduate students, staff (including a few directors), representatives from exhibitor/sponsors, and a smaller number of K-12 faculty who attend from throughout the Rocky Mountain region and beyond.


Summary from COLTT 2012 

Nearly 400 eager attendees from throughout the Rocky Mountain region, representing various campuses, arrived at the LEEDS certified Wolf Law building to pick up their programs for the 15th Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology conference. Breaking previous COLTT attendance records, attendees enjoyed a wide variety of sessions and a plethora of food at the Center for Community (C4C).


Packed sessions from COLTT 2012 included:

David Thomas (CU Denver) - Learning Heresies

Diane Sieber (CU-Boulder) - Google+ and Google Apps for Student Engagement and Learning

Andrew Bonham (Metro State) – Transforming Teaching with Technology: A Learning Community

Cody Connor (Wyoming) – Tech Tools for Engaging Students in Online Learning


Here is what COLTT 2012 attendees said about the conference:

  • “Exciting and inspiring- I am ready to learn InDesign! Also interested in trying out Word Press. Thank you for sharing your lessons learned- very helpful.”
  • “I gained some personal tips and tricks to make how I personally use social media less cumbersome.”
  • “They showed me ways to adopt what I do to engage students face-to-face to an online course. Loved it!”
  • “Really good! I feel like I can build a site today.”
  • “This makes me want to explore further uses of interactive video with, for, and by students."


Important Links:

 - Call For Proposals Criteria

- COLTT 2013 Session List

Wednesday Conference Schedule  

Thursday Conference Schedule 

- Technology Information for Presenters

- Keynote Speaker

- Café Pédagogique

- COLTT 2013 Program Committee

- Parking Information and Map

- COLTT 2013 Website



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