Learning is now digital. Traditional education systems and processes have been reinvented. Digitization has proliferated the education industry with smart classrooms, and e-learning methods. Apart from the adoption of cloud based solutions, the integration of technology such as AR, VR and robotics has played a crucial role in developing an interactive and inclusive learning environment. Industry reports indicate the burgeoning global edtech industry is set to reach US$40 billion by 2022, while the e-learning market in the Middle East region is expected to exceed $1.5 billion (Dh5.5bn) by the year 2023.
At EdTechCon Middle East, educators and decision makers from the region and technology implementers will come together to delve into the nuances of the edtech industry - the future, key drivers, challenges to overcome and the barriers for growth. Through two days of live presentations, and interactive discussions, this virtual conference, set to be held on 8 and 9 February 2021 will witness industry leaders collaborate to discuss some of the most pertinent questions affecting this industry.
This is a platform like no other for the edtech players, educators and integrators within the Middle East region to come together and share insights. Be a part of the event to learn about the latest technologies transforming the edtech industry. Some of the key topics that will be discussed at the conference are -
Director of Innovation Capacity Building
The Ministry of Higher Education Research and Innovation, Oman
Principal and Chief Academic Officer
Hartland International School
Associate Professor, Learning Sciences and Assessment (LSA) Academic Group, National Institute of Education (NIE), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore