ICT for Education launches virtual

Exhibition and Conference ICT Media Ltd has launched ICTfE365, a virtual exhibition and conference aimed at schools looking for ICT solutions for their classrooms and schools . As an official media partner of ICTfE365, we'd love you to visit our stand at this innovative virtual exhibition. While you're there, why not see what else the platform has to offer?


he Coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc within the education sector and

across the economy as a whole. It has irrevocably changed the way schools function and how they look to deliver the highest standards of education within a safe and secure environment, against a backdrop of uncertainty.

The coronavirus pandemic has also focussed attention on how key technology is applied within education. Remote learning and, home learning technologies have become even more critical in how schools work to cope with lockdown scenarios. The issues of technology solutions for both teaching and school management, and how the classroom may look and feel over the next academic year have been high on the agendas of school leadership teams at all levels of the education system. The UK edtech market is set to be worth

£3.4bn in 2021 (with £170m worth of edtech exports) while schools around the country alone spend about £900m on education technology. The need to update and renew technologies is

as crucial as ever, and ICT Media have been working on how to ensure schools and education

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technology suppliers can still do business in a safe and effective way within current restrictions, irrespective of where they are based or live. The hosts of the well-established and trusted

ICT for Education Conferences, ICT Media Ltd have launched ICTfE365, a virtual exhibition and conference aimed at schools looking for ICT solutions for their classrooms and schools.

The aim of ICTfE365 is to provide a

permanently open and evolving one-stop source of information for education professionals looking to investigate and purchase ICT solutions, in addition to the suppliers they can work with to raise standards of teaching, educational achievement and school administration. As well as access to providers of products and

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