OEB, Europe’s premier learning and education technology conference and exhibition, has announced that more than 130 leading learning providers will be exhibiting at this year’s event, and has published its programme of free-to-attend seminars, running throughout the exhibition.
OEB attracts learning and edtech professionals from over 70 countries, bringing expertise from across the world and comprising a vast array of experience in learning and education technology.
The exhibition, incorporating Learning Technologies Germany, creates a networking hub at the heart of the event for visitors to OEB. Leading international e-learning suppliers and service providers will present the latest innovations in learning technologies and edtech, in an extensive exhibition and demonstration area.
The OEB 2019 exhibition seminar programme and listing of exhibitors is published today and available on the OEB 2019 website.
“Visitors can explore the exhibition with more than 120 international organisations active in the field of digital learning and hear about the latest trends and developments in the free seminar programme,” explains event organiser Astrid Jaeger.
“On the exhibition floor visitors will find the full spectrum of innovation in edtech from gamified learning apps to online proctoring tools, industry leading LMSs to augmented reality devices, content providers to explainer videos, established publishing services to pioneering educational hardware and much, much more,” adds Jaeger.
In addition, visitors to the exhibition are invited to attend the opening of the OEB 2019 Spotlight Stage by the inspirational edtech entrepreneur and ‘social age’ commentator, Julian Stodd - taking place on the 27th at 18:00.
“We’ve assembled an outstanding programme of activities for this year’s OEB. Some of the world’s most inspirational edtech visionaries are taking part. The learning sector’s most important commercial providers are exhibiting. Over 2,500 learning and edtch professionals are expected through the doors. Everything is ready. We’re looking forward to welcoming Europe’s edtech and L&D community and putting on a world-class event,” added Astrid Jaeger.
Exhibition: While pre-booking for the free exhibition isn’t necessary it is advised to pre-register to avoid the queues and save time at check in: exhibition registration.
Conference: Those attending the conference which runs alongside the exhibition need to buy tickets in advance: conference tickets.