Summit Insights: What the Return of In-Person Events Means for EdTech

 

It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a slate full of in-person events, conferences and more – but that’s beginning to change.

With the ASU+GSV Summit on the horizon and other events and trade shows popping up around the globe, there’s bound to be an impact on the edtech industry. To find out just what that impact might be, The Age of Digital Learning co-hosts JW Marshall and Kevin Hogan were joined by John Jorgenson, Chief Marketing Officer for Cambium Learning Group.

Cambium leverages a “carefully curated family of companies offering a comprehensive suite of digital-centric products and services” to create “critical solutions to education’s most essential challenges.”
The trio explored the implications of the accelerating return to in-person events like the Summit.

With the last year and a half featuring more acceleration than ever before, can that momentum continue without the pressing necessity of remote learning to power it? How will edtech help facilitate the return to in-person instruction this fall and empower teachers to not only readjust, but make up for potential learning loss?

Find those answers and more on this insightful episode of The Art of Digital Learning, which will continue to engender powerful discussion about the industry up to the Summit and beyond.

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