Exploring the Future of Education – Ed Tech Collaborative 2021
The Futuresource Consulting Ed Tech Collaborative event held on the 24 and 25th of March in conjunction with Intel was a huge success. Over the two days, Futuresource held ten panels with a top line-up of industry experts, discussing the key themes around navigating change in a hybrid world.
Public and Private Sector Unite to Bridge the C-19 Digital EdTech Divide
At Futuresource’s #EdTechCollab2021 event, a session entitled ‘COVID-19: An Accelerant for Platform Integration and Maturity’ discussed the impact that the pandemic has had on the EdTech supply chain. Ecosystem development and opportunities for innovation following the crisis mode rollout of EdTech globally were also explored.
Preparing the Next Generation for Revolution 4.0 #EdTechCollab2021
Cigdem Ertem, Global Director for Education and Public Sector Sales at Intel Corporation, opened Futuresource Consulting’s Ed Tech Collaborative event last week, with her thought-provoking keynote on the ‘Future of Education in a Post-Pandemic Environment’.
Futuresource Unveils its Ed Tech Collaborative 2021 Conference Speakers
Futuresource Consulting is delighted to unveil its stellar line up of speakers for its free and live virtual Ed Tech Collaborative event, taking place on Wednesday 24th March and Thursday 25th March at 2 pm GMT/10 am EST to 6 pm GMT/2pm EST.
Intel's Cigdem Ertem to Keynote at the Virtual Futuresource Ed Tech Collaborative 2021 Event
Futuresource Consulting is delighted to announce that Cigdem Ertem, Global Director for Education and Public Sector Sales, Intel Corporation, will be delivering the opening Ed Tech Collaborative 2021 keynote...
Administrative Tools are the New K-12 EdTech Battleground
As the number of electronic devices in use across North American schools continues to proliferate, K-12 curriculum leaders and IT decision makers are turning to administrative tools to manage data assets, track progress and provide support...
Hybrid Learning: A Key Investment for Universities in Response to COVID-19
Make no mistake: COVID-19 has caused incredible disruption to higher education. As campus living is stripped from the usual buzz of freshers’ week, students are understandably concerned about how university is set to become a not-so-memorable experience.