Accelerating Digital Transformation in Higher Education
The Digital Transformation conference will bring together the UK's best digital specialists to discuss how tech can enhance the student experience
Digital transformation is now at the heart of progress for businesses and educators alike. In March 2017, Education Technology and CoSector – University of London, along with leading industry experts, will examine the role that digital transformation plays in the future of higher education.
The Accelerating Digital Transformation conference will bring together the best digital specialists in the UK to discuss how technology can enhance the student experience.
Share insights and best practice with some of the top education and business leaders who are ahead of the curve when it comes to digital transformation.
Some of the key topics our panel of speakers will address, include:
- Equipping education technology pioneers with the tools to transform their businesses digitally
- Online Learning: MOOCs & More. What’s the future of e-learning, and how can HE use it to diversify?
- Barriers to digital transformation and how to eradicate them
When Does It Take Place?
7th March 2017, Senate House, London â€¨
Who Should Attend?
This conference will be attended by:
- ICT Managers
- Heads of E-Learning
- Heads of Learning Technology
- Directors of Digital Learning
- Heads of Student Experience
- Learning Technologists
Education Technology is the UK’s market leading edtech media portfolio, covering the latest news and innovations in technology for the whole education sector. Read the latest news, features and tech trends in the bi-monthly magazine and online at www.edtechnology.co.uk
University Business is the leading B2B magazine in the UK HE sector. Read the latest news, appointments and expert opinion in HE in the monthly magazine and online at www.universitybusiness.co.uk
CoSector is the home of the University of London’s professional and student support services. CoSector was formed in 2015. It has been set up as a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of London, a not-for-profit organisation which exists to deliver a surplus back to the University in order to support it in delivering its wider aims as a world leader in Higher Education. Through our portfolio of products and services spanning digital, IT, career development and housing, CoSector deliver sector-leading solutions to students, graduates, professionals and employers. www.cosector.com