The LT3 Collaboratory provides service and support for classroom and campus instructional technologies. We offer workshops, one-on-one consultations and trainings, and digital resources.
The LT3 Collaboratory welcomes numerous levels of collaboration with learning and technology on campus. Work with us on a learning and technology initiative, join your colleagues through one of our faculty learning and technology communities, request a consultation, or just experiment with emerging learning technologies in our incubator.
The LT3 Collaboratory partners with instructors and faculty on instructional initiatives, scholarly research on teaching with technology, and larger scale learning and technology research projects. We utilize a Design Research approach consisting of our own LearnTech Design Model. Our aim is to provide paradigm busting approaches to the use of technology for learning purposes. Partner with us!
|Collaboration is at the core of The LearnTech Collaboratory (LT3). We wish to create a space, a living laboratory, for instructors and faculty to exchange ideas, teaching tips, and their learning and technology projects with one another. The tool which we will use to enable collaboration while maintaining security and privacy is the Open Academic Environment, a project of the Office of Educational Technology at Georgia Tech and other partners, such as Cambridge University. Click on one of the collaboration portals below to start creating a network of learning and technology across campus. Make sure to sign in with your GT account in order to join a group. Use a Google account if not a member of the institution.|
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