event-logoI’m delighted to announce that ClassThink is an official media partner of the Future Edtech 2015 conference.

The conference will be held at the Millennium Glouster Hotel, London on the 2nd and 3rd of June. The agenda is packed with more than 50 of the UK’s edtech thought-leaders, and of course ClassThink will be there too!

If you’d like to find out more, check out the conference website. I’ll be posting more details over the next few weeks.

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Leading ICT research and advisory firm Ovum announce the Future EdTech 2015 conference, 2nd & 3rd June 2015, London.

Future EdTech 2015 is the FIRST and ONLY event in Europe bringing together 250+ thought-leaders and
innovators from institutional administration, IT, plus academics and pedagogy experts. They will address the
strategic and tactical value of technology in changing Higher Education operating models. It is the perfect
platform to meet decision makers from the Higher Education ecosystem.

110+ delegates have already registered! 50+ thought-leading speakers through case studies, practical
perspectives and engaging debates will showcase innovative thinking and fresh perspectives on the issues at the core of the dynamic period of change experienced by Higher Education.

Hear how to capitalise on the new dynamics of the HE market place to improve your market standing and fulfil
institutional goals, deploy new technology to improve academic outcomes, sustain growth and create a strong
alignment of the student experience and brand promise with insight from University of London, Durham

University, Oxford University, Technische Universität München, UPMC Sorbonne Universités and many more.

Strategic partners and sponsors include Tribal Group, Kaltura, Blackboard, Lorensberg, RefME.

Visit our website to download exclusive interviews with our speakers and download the finalised conference
agenda: www.futureedtech.com.

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Karl is an award winning Director of IT for the Royal Grammar School Guildford, based near London, England. He has been working in education for more than ten years and founded ClassThink in 2013 to share technology best practice with other schools. In 2014 he won the NAACE Impact Award for support services in schools, and writes edtech articles for Education Executive Magazine.

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