BACKGROUND

The Brains Education Report (BER) is the flagship online publication from Brains Global. It is the most pertinent and relevant reading material for ministries of education, inter-governmental organisations, university & school leaders, civil society together with education and ICT industry leaders. In a changing world of unprecedented times, BER is aimed at providing the most current information from industry and government to enact policies and deliver content and technologies for online education and e-learning. BER is published exclusively online, utilising interactive digital publishing technology to allow the reader to delve deeper into the authors and contributors, to contact industry partners and have a built-in reader response mechanism.

The Brains Education Report is an indispensable guide specifically designed to reach key decision makers in the education and technology sectors:

Learn of the latest technologies and innovations in electronic learning

Guidance on policy frameworks for implementing online education during prolonged school closures

A comprehensive guide to industry solution providers offering services to ministries of education

In a world with no playbook, offering insights from teachers and policy makers working on the frontline to cope with school closures

BRAINS GLOBAL

Brains Global are the organisers of the world’s leading ministerial events for education, ICT and innovation, including the well-established Innovation Africa & MENA Innovation summits. Participation at these summits include the ministers of education, higher education, ICT and science & technology, international technology providers and civil society leaders.

We have over 8,000 delegate details, including email and mobile contact information stored in our database – all of whom will be recipients of the Brains Education Report.

Brains Global have built up an outstanding reputation and wealth of relationships across government and industry through the successful delivery of our ministerial events. BER will bring those relationships together in a high- quality interactive online format.

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THE BRAINS AUDIENCE

A decade of Brains summits has brought together an outstanding audience of ministers and senior government officials responsible for education and ICT implementation. The Brains Education Report is automatically distributed to all those government officials and industry partners who participate at our Innovation Africa and MENA Innovation summits. With an emphasis on emerging markets the report will be available to anyone in the world through a free online subscription service.

Furthermore, a wealth of keynote speakers and panellists at Brains summits now form the core of world-class contributors to the editorial content of the BER.

Given the fast-evolving world of education technologies, we will be producing the report on a bi-monthly basis to ensure the frequency of circulation to our high-level audience of educationalists.

They will be informed on the content of each issue through email updates, links provided directly to their smartphones on WhatsApp and via the substantial Brains Global social media network on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Testimonials

Rt. Hon Charles Clarke, Former UK Secretary of State for Education

Cambridge Consultant

ICT MAKES AN ENORMOUS DIFFERENCE. IT IMPROVES EDUCATIONAL SKILLS, LEARNING & TEACHING SKILLS AND HELPS SUPPORT TEACHERS

EDITORIAL CONTENT & KEY THEMES

The activities of Brains Global are centred on the key role of digital transformation in our education society. BER will maintain that overall theme of advancing digital innovation to improve teaching, learning, skills development and ongoing education reform.

The first three issues of the Brains Education Report will be distributed during the following months:

ISSUE 1

Delivery of online learning during prolonged periods of school closures

ISSUE 2

Education for All – technologies to improve accessibility and strengthen inclusivity

ISSUE 3

Content provision and adapting curricula for online learning

INDUSTRY THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

A key part of the content of the Brains Education Report is the substantial editorial contributions from our multiple industry partners: https://brains.global/private- sector-partners

You do not have to be an existing Brains partner to contribute to the content of the report as we are looking to expand our family of thought leaders.

Our singular aim is for industry solution providers to have the perfect platform for directly targeting their message to our audience of leading governmental decision makers. Therefore, each editorial partnership package will include:

Content provision and adapting curricula for online learning

Reader response mechanism

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