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12:00 Session 2


BROADGATE 2 Audio


Te Originals: How to Develop New Audio


Chair David Roper, founder & m.d. Heavy Entertainment Nick Briggs executive producer, Big Finish Productions Sophie Hannah author Kate Jones audio publisher (English-language), Storytel Rachel Mallender group audio director, HarperCollins


Study Case


Are You Experienced? New Audio Publishers on their First Time


James Waller managing director, Trigger Press Kimberley Williams digital and audio publisher, Princeton University Press


BROADGATE 1


New Platforms, New Ways of Storytelling


Chair Sara Lloyd, digital and communications director, Pan Macmillan Tom Abba associate professor: art & design, University of the West of England Meir Biton co-founder and c.p.o, Storyball Ian Forrester senior R&D firestarter, BBC North lab, Mediacity UK Wil Harris co-founder & c.e.o, Entale Anna Gerber & Britt Iverson Visual Editions


LONDON WALL Ed


Tech


Six EdTech start-ups, part of the Educate programme, will exhibit at FutureBook Live, offering delegates a unique opportunity to meet some of the country’s most pioneering education businesses. They are...


01


Techmate: Education and Technology


Chair Tim Cooper, former c.e.o., Macat Ben Drury co-founder & c.e.o, Yoto Matthew Jones vice-president content acquisition & strategy, Perlego Ahrani Logan co-founder & c.e.o, Peapodicity Dr Niels Peter Tomas chief book strategist, Springer Nature


Study Case


From Book to Online Course Mila Steele publisher, SAGE Publishing


BISHOPSGATE


Test Your Ideas with TinkSprint


Followed by lunch break


(1 hour)


Chair Nick Coveney, publisher relations & content lead, UK and ANZ, Rakuten Kobo Sam Reid co-founder, TinkSprint


Structural Learning is a cognitive scaffold


that helps students build lasting, conceptual knowledge. It’s cross- curricular, cross-phase and works out of the box. Using specially designed building bricks, this new approach helps students think more effectively by engaging them in collab- orative, connection- making activities. This method has positive implications for literacy.


02


EvidenceB develops digital modules that


include tests, activities and dashboards, based on specific topics on the school curriculum (maths, languages, science). These modules are based on the latest concepts and results of cognitive science, strengthened by an artifi- cial intelligence engine, which contribute to adaptive learning. They are sold for the most part to school publishers to supplement textbooks.


TheBookseller.com 03


Wizenoze is a fast-growth EdTech start-up


that has developed Web for Classrooms, a unique technology that provides students worldwide with access to an internet that they can read and fully understand. By matching content to their own reading level, Web for Classrooms enables users to discover relevant and readable online content.


04


MyCognition believes the mental health of


children, teachers and families within a school community are para- mount. The start-up designed, developed and tested apps to monitor and improve cognitive fitness. Poor cognition is a major component and risk factor in mental illnesses. As well as improving mental health, it makes children smarter, teachers more productive and gives families the control they seek.


05


Project Kitchen Table is on a mission to


improve the communica- tion and mental health of younger generations. The start-up is develop- ing KIT, a digital conver- sation partner that arms teens with the confi- dence to better express themselves and manage their mental health. Personally matched to users, it is available through phone- and voice-assisted tech.


06


Edval offers tools for schools to automate the


construction of perfect timetables. The approach is a game-changer: calculations take seconds and entire timetables can be generated in minutes or hours. When tested against competitors, Edval says it has a perfect record on student option satisfaction.


For other lunch-time activities, see p17


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13:00 Lunch Break


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