Find out what’s included in the second September edition of your Reimagine Education Newsletter: your final chance to secure an Early Bird ticket, our latest panel (featuring Google, an award-winning VR startup, and America’s #1 research university), a new sponsor announced, the pitfalls and positives of Bring Your Own Device, and an invitation to an Entrepreneurship in Education workshop.
The entire Reimagine Education Steering Committee are delighted and proud to announce that Amazon Web Services have, this week, confirmed their continued sponsorship of the Reimagine Education Awards. Our official partnership announcement, reiterating our dual commitment to facilitating world-class tech-driven educational experiences, can be found here.
Take one of the world’s pre-eminent technology companies, an award-winning virtual reality startup, and the US’s #1 university for innovation – and what do you get? The answer, we hope, is an outstanding example of intersectoral collaboration, and an unmissable Reimagine Education panel.
Find out more about the collaboration – and the panel – here.
Students across the world are becoming increasingly accustomed to ‘BYOD’, or ‘Bring Your Own Device‘ – a practice that ensures that round-the-clock access to educational content is increasingly possible, and, consequently, offers unprecedented convenience to both students and educators. But what are the pitfalls?
Here, Charley Rogers, editor of Education Technology, outlines the benefits and potential shortcomings of BYOD.
This is really your final chance: our Early Bird offer must end on Monday October 1st. To ensure that you’re in ‘the room(s) where it happens’ – alongside Google, Harvard, Cambridge, IBM, and over 100 highly innovative edtech startups – secure your place now!
Do you want to improve learning outcomes and successful impact from your product or program at your institution or company by creating innovative and sustainable products, services, or experiences?
Then join UPenn and industry veterans in this half-day workshop to learn about the skills and dispositions of successful entrepreneurship, whether applied to building a product, company, initiative, or program in either K-12 or Higher Ed.
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