• Date

    8th and 9th of December

  • Location

    Campus Woudestein

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) in the Netherlands is proud to host the 7th edition of the Business School EdTech Forum. An event that enables honest discussions, shared experiences and valuable insights in an environment that promotes creative thought and collaboration.

This event is mainly on invitation and has limited seats. Event registration will open in September 2022.

This year’s EdTech forum theme, InspirEdTech for positive change, focuses on the impact created by EdTech on six core dimensions of the production of business education. We position EdTech as a force for positive change by linking it to institutions’ impact missions, stimulating the schools to adopt InspirEdTech. Read further to discover the six dimensions of positive change.

We look forward to welcoming you to RSM in December 2022!

6 dimensions of InspirEdTech for positive change

Building on the previous events in London (IMPERIAL), Milan (BOCCONI), Oslo (BI), Cambridge (JUDGE), Fontainebleau (INSEAD) and Madrid (IE), the EdTech 2022 forum focuses on six dimensions of change in business schools and asks how EdTech can positively influence them:

  1. EdTech for inclusive impact: In which ways can EdTech help to ensure that business schools have a responsible and open education agenda? How can we include impact-driven learning into our curricula and further extend its reach beyond our traditional learners towards other societal stakeholders?
     
  2. EdTech for lifelong development: How can business schools leverage EdTech to facilitate the development and lifelong learning of competencies for leadership?
     
  3. EdTech in edu-ecosystem dynamics: How can business schools benefit from the recent expansion of the edu-ecosystem through new types of trusted EdTech-driven partnerships, new forms of creation and co-creation,  and the delivery of new business education?
     
  4. EdTech for alternative academic career pathways: How do the continuous EdTech transitions in higher education provide new professional pathways for educational scholarship?
     
  5. EdTech for student co-creation: How can EdTech enable business schools and their staff to shift to a culture of creating and designing education with students?
     
  6. EdTech X: what’s next? What long-term consequences do continuous EdTech innovations have on business education?

Preliminary programme

Thursday, 8 December 2022 - Day 1

18.00 - 19.00

Brief drinks

19.00 - 21.00

Walking dinner

Friday, 9 December 2022 – Day 2

08:45 – 09:30

Registration, networking coffee & welcome

09:30 – 09.45

Opening remarks

09.45 - 10.30

#1: EdTech for inclusive impact (plenary)

10.30 – 11:15

Break & networking

11:15 – 12:00

#2: EdTech for lifelong development

#4: EdTech for alternative academic career pathways

12:10 – 12.55

#3: EdTech in edu-ecosystem dynamics

#5: EdTech for student co-creation

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch @ Centre for Learning Innovation (CLI)

14:10 – 15:00

#6: EdTech X: What’s next? (plenary)

15:00 – 15:45

Wrap up of conclusions & closing remarks (plenary)

16:00 – 16:45

Bonus 1: Education lab demo @CLI

16:00 – 17:00

Bonus 2: City tour by water taxies

Register now for the 2022 edition in Rotterdam

The EdTech 2022 convening committee

Nicola Kleyn

Dean of Executive Education, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (Forum Chair)

Nicola Kleyn

Anna de Waard-Leung

Executive Director of Quality & Innovation, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (Organising team RSM)

Anna de Waard - Leung

Wilfred Mijnhardt

Policy Director, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (Organising team RSM)

Wilfred Mijnhardt

Adrian Johnson

Edtech Entrepreneur & Adjunct Professor at INSEAD

Adrian Johnson

Alastair Giffin

Edtech Entrepreneur, INSEAD MBA

Alastair Griffin

Anne Swanberg

Associate Professor and Dean Teaching and Learning, BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo

Anne Swanberg

Chiara Moscardo

Digital Learning Specialist, Bocconi University

Chiara Moscardo

Cristina Fernandez

Associate Director, IE Business School

Cristina Fernandez

David Lefevre

Director Edtech lab, Imperial College Business School

David Lefevre

Leonardo Caporarello

Director of BUILT; Deputy Dean for Lifelong Learning, Bocconi School of Management; Delegate Rector for elearning, Bocconi University

Leonardo Caporarello

Mark Andrews

Snr. Strategic Development Manager, Education at Adobe

Mark Andrews

Past editions

2021: EdTech in the Post-Pandemic World

Hosted by IE Business School

2020: Covid-19 and Beyond!

Hosted by INSEAD

INSEAD

2019: Pedagogical Innovation: Moving towards Learning Experiences

Hosted by University of Cambridge

Cambridge

2018: Co-Creating Best Practices

Hosted by Norwegian Business School

2017: From Strategy to Practice

Hosted by Università Bocconi

Bocconi University

2016: The Future of Business Education

Hosted by Imperial College Business School

Imperial College

There is a discount of about 10%-15% available for our guests at the following hotels. Please simply inform the hotel that you are a guest of RSM.

The event will take place on the Erasmus University Rotterdam, Campus Woudestein.

Tribute to

Imperial College Business School

Università Bocconi

Norwegian Business School

University of Cambridge

INSEAD

IE Business School

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