Schedule and events

Forum participants will nurture existing networks and make new connections by engaging in one or more of the following Forum activities.

Keynote speaker presentation

Keynote presentations

There will be a keynote on each of the four sub-themes of the forum, as well as the Asa Briggs Lecture. 

Participant research presentation

Paper presentations

These are participant research papers, case studies, etc., that will be presented in parallel sessions.

Workshop presentation

Workshops

These are 60- or 120-minute sessions, where presenters demonstrate the findings of key research projects or guide the participants to develop specific skills in a step-by-step manner. These would be participant-proposed sessions which will be decided based on the relevance of the proposals to the forum theme and sub-themes.

Panel discussion

Panel discussions

These are 60-minute sessions, where three to four experts make presentations facilitated by a moderator for questions and answers. Proposals are welcome from the participants, who will also take responsibility for identifying speakers.

Poster presentation

Poster presentations

There will be one poster session, where all the forum posters will be displayed. 

Group of students trying new technology on laptop

Exhibition

This is a space for paid exhibitors, who would present educational technology-related products and services to Forum participants. 

Discussion between two forum participants

Marketplace

This is a place for one-to-one conversation with Forum participants, where delegates can demonstrate and discuss their technology, OER or innovative services and practices.