“Edtech50 takes a broad view of technology products, services, projects, and people. This is exciting, because in a world where co-creation is fundamentally key to achieving success in a digital-driven world, Edtech50 offers an opportunity to celebrate not just creators of the technology, but also those using and applying the technology to best effect.” Source: Peter O’Rourke, Director of IT, University of Suffolk for LinkedIn.com
The Edtech50 is a celebration of technology in education across the UK, therefore we should be quite familiar with it by now, however, this may seem to not be the case for all in the education realm. So why is that? Is it a matter of availability, geography or funding that not everyone has become fully acquainted with educational technology? Or is it something else?