The agenda for Futuresource Consulting’s Ed Tech Collaborative 2021 event is nearing completion, as it confirms an impressive roster of industry experts to its speaker list.
The event, which takes place on 24 and 25 March (14:00-18:00 GMT), has been created for industry partners to discuss cutting-edge innovations and market forces across the education technology ecosystem, supported by Futuresource’s latest global market and end user research.
The agenda will cover themes such as education’s future outlook post-pandemic, remote learning, security and safeguarding, motivating and engaging students in hybrid learning environments, and esports’s role in the learning process. Confirmed speakers for the event include Jim Gardner, ICT Adviser at the Department of Education; John Solomon, VP and GM Chrome OS, Google; Cigdem Ertem, global director for education and public sector sales at title sponsor Intel; Bob Snyder, Channel Media Europe, and frequent ISE Daily contributor; Carla Aerts, OBE, Learning Refracted; Tom Dore, head of education at the British Esports Association; and many more.
Chris Mcintyre-Brown, associate director at Futuresource Consulting said of the event, “While we’ve missed out on many physical events over the past year, particularly BETT in January, the ability to pivot from in-person to digital provides many benefits. We can effectively combat the hurdles of social distancing and still provide an opportunity to share quality content with a global audience, both live and post event too.”
More information on the agenda, speakers, and registration can be found on Futuresource Consulting’s website.