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Digital Disruption of the Educational 'Institution'

There are a huge number of potentially disruptive business models for digital delivery of educational experiences and content emerging outside of traditional educational institutions.

The event is intended to showcase innovative leading-edge companies, and contribute to a national debate in this area.

Thematic sections to the day:

  • New Technologies – examples of new digital technologies that have the potential to revolutionise delivery of education
  • New Approaches to Lifelong Learning – how digital education can be harnessed to transform FE and adult education
  • New Institutions – showcase of the new digital education institutions that are emerging outside of existing schools, colleges and universities

Keynotes from:

  • Lord Jim Knight - Chief Education Advisor, TES
  • Graham Brown-Martin - Founder of Learning Without Frontiers

Panel sessions chaired by:

  • Prof. Rose Luckin – Professor of Learner Centred Design, London Knowledge Lab, UCL/ IoE
  • Oliver Quinlan – Programme Manager, Digital Education, NESTA
  • Susan Easton - Head of Digital Learning, NIACE


December 2015, 09.00 to 15.00, Wednesday 2, LVMH Lecture Theatre

Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, King's Cross, London N1C 4AA

Please find the agenda here

Organised by:
University of the Arts London 
Innovate UK 

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