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From - 07 Sep 2017 09:00 to 08 Sep 2017 11:30

Location
One Moorgate Place
EC2R 6EA
Price
£185
Website
Starts 07 Sep

Join Maplesoft for the 2017 Maple T.A. & Möbius User Summit in London to examine some of the ways in which technology can be used to provide an effective and engaging online STEM learning experience that will benefit both students and educators.

Featuring speakers from a variety of institutions including University of Birmingham, Imperial College London, University of Manchester, Chalmers University of Technology, and University of Waterloo, topics for discussion will include: 

  • The Successful Delivery of Online Education
  • Best Practices for Digital Testing and Assessment
  • Creating Engaging and Interactive Online STEM Content

Full details of the conference and agenda highlights can be found here.

This is an open event – you don’t need to be currently using Maplesoft tools to attend. Don’t miss this opportunity to discuss best practices and technology developments, plus meet and share experiences with colleagues from across Europe, as well as Maplesoft product teams and management.

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