Previous Tech Tuesdays

  • Previous LBF Talks and Tech Tuesdays

    The London Book Fair launched the hugely popular Tech Tuesday concept in 2013, which was a series of informative networking evenings, combining a short panel discussion followed by drinks and networking, in a relaxed setting.

    LBF Talks was formed to also incorporate Podcasts and Webinars into the mix as well as live events.

  • Old School, New School: Technology, Textbooks and Teachers – Changing Roles in the Classroom of the Future.

    Our last edition of LBF Talks took place on the 22 June 2017 in the form as a podcast, as part of London EdTech Week - A week long celebration showcasing the Now & Next of Education Technology.

  • This podcast features George Burgess, Gojimo, an award winning revision app, and Linden Harris, Education & Technology Consultant and ex publisher and Nick Kind, ex publisher, now consultant. Tune in to hear them discuss the place of technology in the classroom for best pedagogic outcomes; how educators can harness the best of what’s on offer and blend with traditional resources; and the trends, challenges and opportunities for publishers, tech providers and learners. They will consider how educational institutions keep abreast of the whole new digital toolset for teaching and learning, the obstacles they face exploring the full potential of technology to enhance learning, and how Edtech impacts publishers’ revenue, margins and internal capabilities to deliver.

  • ‘Education Publishers and EdTech: A Match made in Heaven or an Unfinished Experiment? Discuss.'

    Our January edition of Tech Tuesday, sponsored by Ixxus, covered Adaptive Learning.

     

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    Storytellers On Social Media: The Author As Digital Brand

    We were delighted to host the first Tech Tuesday during Social Media Week 2013.

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    Are Apps Complementing Or Cannibalising Publishers' Content?

    Sponsored by Made in Me focussed on apps, with Stuart Dredge, Louise Rice, Dean Johnson, and James Huggins.

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