COLTT 2018 Session Type Icons: Application of Tech tools icon, Discisson icon, Instructional Strategeis iconm Makerspace icon, General Session icon

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Session Types

Session Type : Application of Tech Tools.  A tech-hungry audience will have the opportinity to work directly with new tools or practices.Session Type: Discussion.  Calls on the rich peer network of the COLTT community as facilitator(s) to frame a dialog with usefil takeways.Session Type : Instructional Strategies.  Experience, expertise, and/or original research of effective practices in an engaging forum of unique design.Session Type : Makerspace Ideate! Make! Demo! The makerspace presents a collaborative site for making, performing, exploring, and sharing.
Session Type: General Session.  Explore innovations in conference experience through a variety of formats and outcomes.

Session length varies from 35 to 50 minutes, with several different formats (session types) available.

Whether you are a past COLTT session leader or new to the conference, we encourage you to consider submitting a proposal this year. We welcome sessions designed to engage our audience in meaningful and memorable ways and to keep them at the leading edge of innovative ed-tech tools and practices.

 

Suggested Session Topics

 

  • Accessibility / Inclusive Design
  • Badging, Microlearning
  • Data, Data, Data
  • Education in a World of Truth-Decay
  • HIPs (High Impact Practices)
  • Hot Tech Trends
  • Maker Culture
  • Mastery Paths, Universal Design (options for students to meet outcomes)
  • OER (Open Educational Resources)
  • Student-Centered Institutions, Initiatives, Programs
  • The Changing Role of Higher Ed
  • Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality

 


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COLTT 2018 is an all-day event Wednesday, August 1, and Thursday, August 2, at CU Boulder in the Wolf Law Building and adjacent Idea Forge. Submit questions to: coltt@cu.edu

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