The London Book Fair has announced the line-up for the seventh annual What Works? Successful Publishing Resources & Technologies for the Future conference, which will examine key topics including EdTech, international education trends, and the importance of providing access to education for refugee children.
What Works? is designed specifically for educational publishers and technology providers seeking insights into the international developments impacting their industries and markets. This half-day programme has been organized by The London Book Fair, in association with the Publishers Association (PA) and curated by Linden Harris, Insight & Perspective Ltd.
The programme will be chaired by Jane Mann, Director of Education Reform at Cambridge University Press, with the keynote speech to be given by Lynne McClure, Director at Cambridge Mathematics.
Other speakers include:
• Kate Cotton, UNICEF
• Diane Glass, Commercial Director & Head of Research, ISC Consultancy
• Joy Tan, General Manager, Marshall Cavendish Education
• Jill Jones, independent consultant
The full programme is available here.
What Works Education Conference
Date: Tuesday 12 March
Time: 09:30 – 13:00
Location: Olympia Conference Centre, West London
Price: £149 + VAT
This includes a FREE Visitor Ticket to The London Book Fair 12-14 March
To book: Please visit our website.