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Jeremy Waite to headline Accelerating Digital Transformation

University Business and Education Technology co-hosting a brand-new digital conference with CoSector - University of London

Posted by Charley Rogers | February 08, 2017 | Events

Accelerating Digital Transformation in Higher Education, held at Senate House, London, will bring together the best digital specialists in the UK to examine the role that digital transformation plays in the future of higher education.

IBM Evangelist Jeremy Waite will headline an allstar speaker line-up that represents the very best in digital learning. Jeremy is a Marketing Evangelist who is passionate about technology, education and what the future student experience will look like. He currently works at IBM with a focus on cognitive technologies and how AI can be used in digital transformations. Jeremy also creates original research on emerging customer technologies and how they can be implemented. With the award of the Most Influential Person on Twitter by software company Onalytica under his belt, Jeremy is an all-around digital transformation expert.

In his presentation ‘WTF – Student Experience’ (What The Future of Student Experience will look like), Jeremy will cover the future trends, ethical and moral grounds of AI and ML, particularly around data collection, use and sharing of information to shape the student experience, among others.


On 7th March 2017, University Business and Education Technology will be co-hosting a brand-new digital conference with CoSector – University of London


Nigel Smith, Head of Content at FutureLearn

Dr Michele W Milner, Head of Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at University of East London

Andrew Ward, Global Head of Digital Transformation at the University of Nottingham

Ian Yorston, Director of Digital Strategy at Radley College

Gi Fernando, Founder of Freeformers


How to educate for the post-AI world

New modes of digital delivery

Using social media to improve the student experience

Why ICT should be invisible

Skills for the future workplace

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.

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