Tech for Good: Future of Learning


Technology is changing education across the world. Bringing information and high-quality tools to educators and students around the world is key to ending extreme poverty.

The rapid changes and the advancement of technology solutions in the education sector are nothing like those witnessed by any previous generation.

Digital learning and communication environments are an essential part of today. The use of digital technology in education can have a substantial impact, increase motivation and engagement making students/people in general work more without realising.

Digital solutions are also increasingly being used for communication between parties, helping busier communities to stay on track with what is happening.

The Tech for Good: Future of Learning event is a special time to bring together the big and small solutions, funders, social enterprises, not for profit groups, companies, the innovators, the dreamer with a really good idea.


Tech for Good Programme

This event is designed to bring together companies, entrepreneurs, ed-tech and start-ups for a single, high-impact day to unite the digital world when addressing illiteracy.
Day 1
05 Apr 2020

Registration ‘TECH FOR GOOD’

‘Tech for Good’ Registration Opens, ‘Tech for Good’ pre conference workshop delegates ONLY

Registration, Information Speakers Prep Room Open

Registration and Information Open for all delegates. Speakers Prep Room Open for presenters only.

Walking Tours / Networking

A free event for all delegates to learn about the history of Oxford and see firsthand the key landmarks.

Welcome Reception

A wonderful event to meet and network with delegates from around the world.



Said Business School
This award-winning venue offers a stunning space for the #WLS20. With modern facilities all finished and furnished to the highest of standards, beautifully landscaped grounds and located in the heart of Oxford city centre.

“Simply put, Oxford Saïd is an amazing School in a historic and magical University. However, to use British understatement, let’s just say that we are ‘Not bad.’ Whatever your language, come and see for yourself.”

  • Oxford University
  • Oxford University


Nelson Mandela Lecture Theatre
Opened by Nelson Mandela in 2002, it seats 300 delegates in tiered rows with fixed seating and facing a raised stage.

Registration & Tech Breaks

Entrance Hall
A large impressive space for our registration and catering area throughout the Tech for Good Workshop day.


University of Oxford,  Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1HP


Floor Plan

Directions & Location Map



To register for the ‘Tech for Good: Future of Learning’. 

Tech for Good: Future of Learning

April 05, 2020
£ 70.00 + VAT

Bookings until 03 April 2020

Pre- Conference Workshop
one-day access
AM and PM breaks

Book Now


  • Entry to the Tech for Good Pre Event Workshops at the Said Business School Arrival, morning and afternoon refreshments, including a selection of hot drinks, pastries, biscuits and mini cakes and fruits served in dedicated refreshment and networking spaces
  • Sandwich lunch with fruit and crisps (including vegetarian options)
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Eco-friendly delegate stationary including pads and pens
  • Water and mints


Registration Collection
On arrival collect your registration pack and delegate satchel from the Entrance Hall, Said Business School. Refer for floorplan and location map.



Enjoy a post conference drink with the ‘Tech for Good’ delegates from around the world.


The Jam Factory
Restaurant, bar and gallery, the Jam Factory is a safe haven for the food lovers and art enthusiasts of Oxford.

Located just a stone’s throw from, The Saïd Business School and Oxford’s dreaming spires, the Jam Factory champions an unrivalled commitment to a laid-back and welcoming ethos.


Hollybush Row
Oxford, OX1 1HU



First round on us, the rest is all up to you!

Dress Code

Smart Casual


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No two learners are the same, that’s why every student progresses through their personalized Simbi reading journey at their own pace while receiving consistent support from their teachers who are guided by Simbi’s feedback and insights.
Through partnerships with the United Nations, National Geographic, and schools globally, Simbi is strengthening the literacy of more than 37,000 learners across 43 countries.