The EdtechX Europe conference is taking place on 20th and 21st June 2017. I attended last year and found it to be really good. There wasn't much in the way of an exhibition, but lots of networking opportunities and discussion panels.
What I especially liked was the fact that the sessions were short, and that you could mix and match between strands.
The conference takes place in London EdTech Week running from 19-23 June, which will see the launch of the British Educational Suppliers Association's (BESA) new flagship report on how schools measure the impact and efficacy of EdTech in classrooms, featuring a survey of a representative sample of school leaders undertaken by the National Education Research Panel (NERP).
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