What Works Education Conference

  • What Works? Successful Publishing Resources & Technologies for the Future

    An international education conference organised by the International Publishers Association’s Education Publishers Forum & powered by The London Book Fair

    Date: Tuesday 14 March
    Time: 13:00– 17:00
    Location: Olympia Conference Centre, West London

    Following the success of previous IPA “What Works?” conferences, the fifth annual “What Works” will examine the transition to digital learning technologies, publisher resources for educators, and developments in copyright. This newly re-imagined half-day programme is designed specifically for educational publishers and technology providers seeking insights into international developments impacting their industries and markets. Conference tickets include free entrance to LBF on the morning of the conference, and the following two days of the Fair.


    Early-bird Ends 27 Jan 2017                £149 (+VAT)

    Standard From 28 Jan 2017                £178 (+ VAT)

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  • The Programme

    Top-level speakers from around the world discussed how best to deliver different kinds of information in a classroom for maximum effect, and how to utilise the resources available. There will be plently of networking opportunities throughout the day.

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    Who Attends?

    • Assessment bodies
    • Content providers
    • Educators/teachers
    • Governments
    • Information industry consultants
    • International educational policy makers
    • Publishers
    • Researchers
    • Technology companies

    Welcome to our Media Partner

    We are delighted to welcome TES as our media partener for What Works? TES provides the latest education news, resources and job listings for teachers.


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  • Speakers

    We were delighted to welcome the following speakers for What Works? 2017.

    • Lis Tribe, Hodder Education
    • Jay Diskey, IPA
    • Will Bowes, CUP
    • Teuvo Sankila, Otavo
    • Alicja Jankowiak, Super Memo
    • Eric Yu, Global Tone Communications Technology
    • Ian Koxvold, PWC
    • Andrew Bateman, UK IT teacher
    • Brian Gilsenan
    • Tim Oates
    • Jay Diskey, IPA


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