AUSTRALIA’s largest education technology event has opened at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre with an expected 10,000 attendees.
EduTech will see exhibitors and knowledge providers such as Google, Apple and Microsoft using the venue’s three plenaries eight exhibition bays, the eureka rooms, the courtyard rooms, the main foyer, the concourse and 14 meeting rooms.
During the two days, August 10 and 11, delegates are set to attend more than 12 conferences, hear 300 speakers, and connect with 280-plus solution providers including a trade show with over 250 exhibitors.
“At our venue we like to look at things in an unconventional and new way, which is why this is the perfect place for EduTech, to ignite new ideas and inspire their audience to think differently,” said Helen Fairclough, MCEC’s acting chiefe executive.
EduTech is tis aimed at representing the learning lifecycle from preschool, school, higher and vocational education to workplace learning, HR skills development and continued adult learning.