At every session you have a few talks to choose from. Select your preferred one and make your own #iEdTech17 schedule!

We have few more talks pending to be announced. Watch this space for updates! 

Day 1
11 Nov 2017

Mini plenaries

Words from Rose Luckin (UCL Knowledge Lab), Doug Belshaw (We Are Open Co-op), Sophie Bailey (The Edtech Podcast) and Ed Jones (Cambridge Assessment English).

Session 1

Sophie Bailey, David Fudge, Sophie Deen, Tim Moore, Enrico Riva. Panel: Multiple Perspectives on Learner Experience Design [Theatre]

Doug Belshaw. Recognising, developing and credentialing digital literacies [Auditorium]


Delicious packed lunch from local businesses, with the help of our community partner Echo.

Open Space

Drop in sessions: Karen Barns. The Future of Assessment in English Language Teaching?  [Circulation Area, 1st floor]
Brad Vanstone. Digitalising the student card [Seminar Room 1.02]
Rebecca Fordham. Build your profile and increase your influence with social media  [Open Learning Sofas, 1st floor]
Paul Driver. Virtual Reality and Interaction Design for Education [Cambridge University Press stand, by Auditorium]
Konstantin Samoylov. Creating UX labs and conducting quick studies 
Tim Gifford & Laurie Harrison, ELTjam, Learner experience design consultancy drop-in - Breakout 1.02
Taylor Chustz, KANO. Create Code with Motion and Light!, Open Learning Sofas, 1st floor

Session 6

Katherine Weber. EdTech for Teacher Training and Development [Auditorium]
Roisin Vaughan. Choosing and evaluating digital tools and resources for your classroom [Seminar Room 1.02]
Yaz El Hakim, Kortex. Powerful learning analytics created by personalised digital learning experiences - [Seminar Room 1.03]

Evening Party

We’ll be heading 1 minute down the road to Mason and Company for food & drinks, courtesy of our Platinum sponsor Cambridge Assessment English!