INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION

EdTech in a virtual world – How to drive innovation & international growth 12 May 2021

Type: 
Brokerage event
Industry: 
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
Date: 
12.05.2021
Country: 
Ireland
Phone: 
+353-17272312
E-mail: 
fidelma [dot] romano [at] enterprise-ireland [dot] com
Contact person: 
Fidelma Romano
Description: 

The Enterprise Europe Network Ireland in partnership with InvestNI N. Ireland, European American Business Organisation Inc. & The European American Enterprise Council invite you to participate in an international partnering & webinar event on EdTech in a virtual world on 12 May 2021.

Speakers from US, EC will be the keynote speakers as well as company case studies from US, Austria and Ireland followed by pre-scheduled 1:1 meetings.

EdTech has many different definitions & meanings but put simply it is “applying digital technology to deliver a new form of learning architecture”.

EdTech encompasses every aspect of our daily lives – formal education, informal education and work. How people consume learning is continuously evolving, supported by innovative EdTech solutions including, AI, AR/VR, Gamification, Micro Learning & Personalised Learning.

Against the backdrop of Covid-19 it has never been as important to drive new forms of digitalised learning!

To capture the impact of accelerated, digitalised learning - this event aims to both explore & showcase market opportunities, responding to ever changing demands in the following sectors:
Corporate Learning: Higher Education:K-12 (primary & secondary education):Learning & Development

Topics addressed
Digital Transformation
eLearning
Gamification
Learning through Experience – AR/VR

Who can participate?
Representatives of companies, start ups, entrepreneurs, universities and research institutes worldwide working in the EdTech sector, interested in sharing new project ideas and finding business/technology partners or collaboration partners.

 

For more information visit the given web-page. 

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