14-15 September 2023
University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
Evolving the Digital Learning Ecosystem Across Borders
The learning journey is taking us into uncharted territory. Digital technology is impacting the way we learn and work. Subject disciplines and job roles are evolving rapidly. Education providers and edtech suppliers are seeing opportunities for growth that transcend their traditional demographic and geographic boundaries.
Journeys through this new learning landscape should be personalized to meet individual needs. Learner success depends on us having insights to support well-being and retention. Learners must be able to capture and share their achievements over a lifetime of learning. This transformation depends on having an integrated digital ecosystem we can trust.
Shaping an ecosystem that is safe, sustainable, equitable, and flexible enough to evolve demands collaboration between education providers, government agencies, and edtech suppliers. Together we are powering learner potential.
Join leaders and innovators from the public and private sectors across Europe for conversations that matter. Explore challenges and solutions from new perspectives via keynotes, case studies, panel discussions, and working sessions.
- How does an open ecosystem support new approaches to designing, assessing, and recognising learning?
- The strategic imperative for an open ecosystem: from business case to change management.
- Learning across borders: what are the real challenges in student mobility and transnational education?
- How do we deliver trust in the marketplace?
- Public procurement and innovation
- The technical track includes hands-on opportunities to learn about the new and evolving open standards that sustain the ecosystem.
- Founders track for start-ups and scale-ups.
If you want to share your story about innovating the digital learning ecosystem, contact Gill Ferrell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1EdTech Europe 2023 is brought to you by the 1EdTech Consortium, the world’s largest, most innovative edtech collaboration featuring c.900 member organizations. 1EdTech members are united in developing the ecosystem foundation based on open standards and accelerating the growth of the ecosystem in schools, higher education, and corporate learning.
1EdTech Europe 2023 highlights the leadership role that our members across the whole European geographic area play in the global edtech community.
The University of Nottingham was the first university in the UK to develop a genuinely global footprint and need to interoperate across a range of campuses worldwide. The vision of the University is "to be a university without borders, where we embrace the opportunities presented by a changing world, and where ambitious people and a creative culture will enable us to change the world for the better."
We could wish for no better setting to discuss the ecosystem than in the tranquil setting of Nottingham’s environmentally friendly Jubilee campus.
The University of Nottingham Jubilee campus is situated close to East Midlands airport, which is well-served by international flights. Access from Birmingham International Airport involves a short train journey.
Jubilee campus has its own hotel. A number of rooms will be reserved for delegates who book early.