Cambridge Assessment is sponsoring the Centre for Education Economics (CfEE) lunchtime panel on Tuesday, 4 July 2017, to mark the launch of the Annual Research Digest for 2016-17. This event is exclusive to CfEE members only. If you would like to join the forum and be involved with CfEE’s initiatives, contact James Croft, Executive Director on email@example.com.
Our Group Director of Assessment Research and Development, Tim Oates CBE, will be chairing the panel discussion which will focus on the theme of the Annual Research Digest for 2016-17, the impact of technology in education - in or outside of the classroom.
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How to get involved?
Visit the CfEE website for more information on the how to become a member.
Missed the live panel discussion? You can watch it all here.
Download the latest CfEE’s Annual Research Digest 2016-17: ‘Evidence on uses of technology in education’ ebook here.