Educational technology could hardly be more important and relevant than it is right now. The conference will be held 23 - 25 September 2020, but not in an ordinary setting– we are giving you a digital conference this year.
We are pleased to announce that Tobias Heiberg Jørgensen will be this year’s conference moderator at the KnowHow EdTech conference. Tobias is the Head of the Teacher Education Programme at Playful Learning at at University College Copenhagen (Københavns Professionshøjskole).
Thematic Workshops 21 – 24 September, 2020 Ticket holders have access to the workshops. Workshop Programme 21 September 10:00 – 10:50 Reinventing Education Hackathon: Welcome Co-organisers: Microsoft Norge, Nordic Edge Innoasis, University of Stavanger (UiS) 16:00 – 16:40 Reinventing Education Hackathon: What makes innovations successful?…
Efficient use of energy resources is a growing challenge in the built environment. The need for flexibility in energy production and distribution networks is imminent. We will reveal the newest achievements, discuss ongoing trends and the possibilities in the energy sector.
How do Nordic cities cope with the new normal after COVID-19? The BLOXHUB stage in Copenhagen will explore how the health crisis will impact our efforts to build smart, resilient cities: What are the perspectives and trends for our urban development? Can we empower our citizens through digitization? What can the latest research on health in buildings tell us? And finally, how do we best activate public-private partnerships to develop the healthy city solutions we need? Host: Maja Yhde
Fresh Updates from Nordic Edge Expo News Watch the video: Outsourcing the classroom Are we outsourcing the classroom? An increasing number of independent technology suppliers and producers of educational content have entered the education system. Are they a threat to the established…
How do we go from smart to thoughtful in making a sustainable, resilient city for the future? Join Helsingborg, H22 and Smart City Sweden as we explore the structures and values that create a caring, seamless city. How can a city become a facilitator rather than a service provider and create inclusive systems that encourage residents to get involved in developing the city together? And how can we reshape processes and dynamics so that welfare solutions begin with challenges and needs and end in a better quality of life for all the city’s people? Listen as top speakers discuss how thoughtful needs to be the new smart for cities to be truly sustainable. Facilitator: Åse Bjering