LearnTech U Updates
Become a LearnTech U Instructor/Developer
We are now accepting proposals for 1-3 week future courses.
Course Topics: Topics should be broad enough in scope to interest educators teaching with technology in all disciplines.
Topics may include but are not limited to:
Advanced learning technologies; Augmented, virtual, & mixed reality; Assessment & evaluation; Game-based learning; Geospatial learning; Learning with technology applications; Maker learning; Mobile & ubiquitous learning; Online learning strategies & environments; Open education; Robotics; STEM/STEAM; Technologies for socially responsible learning; Technology integration; and More.
Audience: Higher education faculty, graduate students, K-12 teachers, and trainers.
Compensation: Instructors and developers will receive Stipends and Royalties for accepted courses.
LearnTech U Mission
Reimagine and shape the future of Learning with Technology by serving faculty/teacher development needs offering courses and learning opportunities from world-renowned instructors. This innovative learning/professional development community serves the global educational needs of learners building upon the vast knowledge, experience, and resources available from the AACE community and beyond through additional organizational partners.
The mission of LearnTech U is student driven, interactive and focused on effective, innovative pedagogies that support the integration of cutting edge technologies across formal and informal education settings.
Supplemental Resource & Partner
LearnTechLib–The Learning & Technology Library, one of the world’s largest digital libraries on learning and technology to create and share readings, presentations, recorded talks, and discussions. Includes 100,000+ multimedia files from 1,000+ publications over the past 15+ years.
LearnTech U courses build upon lessons learned from the most recent AACE online conference presentations as well as journal and book publications such as the popular AACE published eBook (open access) entitled Teaching, Technology, and Teacher Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Stories from the Field.