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TransformingEDU has tech for all ages of learners
With the over 3,500 exhibitors that are planned for CES 2015, event goers will be able to see and experience consumer electronics from all parts of the world and for all kinds of functions and uses. One of these uses that will garner a lot of attention at CES 2015 will be the TransformingEDU meeting that will take place at the Venetian in Las Vegas on the next to the last day of CES 2015 and that is January 8th. TranformingEDU will take place on Level 2 of the Venetian and will run from 8:30am until 5:00pm.
TransformingEDU will have exhibits all throughout the city of Vegas during all four days of CES 2015 but it will be on the 8th when they will have their feature presentation for the week. TransformingEDU will focus on companies who are developing consumer electronics aimed for education purposes from Kindergarten on through graduation. Everything from robots and incubators on up to augmented reality will be featured at the TransformingEDU event. There will be technologies featured for students, faculties, and parents. The TransformingEDU conference will be sponsored by McGraw-Hill Education.
Some of the guest speakers that will be part of the day long TransformingEDU gathering on January 8th are: David Levin, the CEO of McGraw-Hill Education; Trevor Packer, senior vice president of Advanced Placement and Instruction, of The College Board; Eric Dirst, president of DeVry Online Services; and Peter Smith, who is the president of Open College, which is offered by Kaplan University. Living in Digital Times at the International Consumer Electronics Show are the ones who are responsible for presenting TranformingEDU. Living In Digital Times are a company who produce large scale conferences that bring the best minds in technology and society together in one large setting and was started by technology writer, Robin Raskin.