What Works Education Conference - The London Book Fair

What Works Education Conference

  • What Works? Successful Publishing Resources & Technologies for the Future

    “What Works?” Education Conference is designed specifically for educational publishers and technology providers seeking insights into international developments impacting their industries and markets.

  • Programme

    At LBF 2018, distinguished speakers from around the world discussed how best to deliver different kinds of information in a classroom, and how to utilise the resources available.

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    • Compare global issues in Educational Publishing
    • Better understand the role of data in the classroom
    • Network with technology and resource providors servicing the K-12 sector.


    In 2018, we welcomed distinguished chairs Colin Hughes, MD, Collins Learning, and Kate Harris, MD, Oxford University Press' UK Education and Children's Division, who led an impressive line-up of educational publishing experts.

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  • Get Involved

    The 2018 What Works? Education Conference was held on Tuesday 10 April, 2018, 9:30 - 13:00, at Olympia Conference Centre, West London.

    Stay tuned for our 2019 dates!

    Who Attends

    Assessment bodies | Content providers | Educators/teachers | Governments | Information industry consultants | International educational policy makers | Publishers | Researchers | Technology companies

    Industry Supporter

    The Publishers Association represents the interests of UK publishers across consumer, education and academic publishing. Our members publish academic journal.

  • Sponsor

    The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation aims to empower future generations and enable them to devise sustainable solutions to facilitate the process of knowledge and research in the Arab World. The Foundation is committed to creating knowledge-based societies throughout the region by funding research projects, activities, and initiatives.

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