COLTT engages participants in learning about teaching practices and technologies, challenging the way they think about both. 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.
2023 SESSION TOPICS INCLUDED:
- Accessibility and UDL with AI Implications: Accessibility and AI: A New World of Possibilities and Challenges
- Artifical Intelligence: AI Prompt Engineering for Education
- Assessment and AI: Navigating the Future of Learning AI
- Course Design and Delivery: Enhancing Accessibility in the Canvas Course: Empowering Faculty With UDOIT Advantage
- Digital Education: Navigating the New Virtual Classroom
- Equity in Education: What Does Equity in Education Look Like in the Real World?
- Inclusive Pedagogy: Creating a Safe Space: Integrating Generative AI in Your Academic Policies and Instruction
- Microcredentials/Badging: HIIT Training to Get Your Micro Credential Program in Shape
- Open Educational Resources: Advancing OER with Student Engagement in Open Pedagogy and Advocacy
- Augmented/Extended/Virtual Reality: AR All of the Things!
and much more!
Attendees join us each year from a broad range of educational institutions and private organizations. Many Colorado colleges and universities are well-represented, as are numerous post-secondary schools and community colleges from the Rocky Mountain region.
We also host national and international attendees from a number of places each year. Renewal credit for education is available where applicable, and upon request by attendees.
Faculty Program Chair Janice Thorpe
Janice Thorpe, Ph.D., will serve as the first Faculty Program Chair of the Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT) Conference, now planning an in-person convening for Aug. 3 and 4 at the University of Colorado Boulder.
This new role within the System Office for Academic Affairs will support COLTT’s mission to further teaching with technology through sharing effective practices and building a network of support across the system and throughout the state.
For over 25 years, Thorpe has taught at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs in the Department of Communication, where she also is the director of the Online Program, course director for Research Methods, and the department’s assessment director.
A dedicated member of the COLTT community, Thorpe is an advocate for rigorous, quality online learning courses and programs. As a self-described data nerd, her research focuses on instructor presence and immediacy, and assessment of student learning in the online environment.
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