NEOMA Business School has formalised a partnership with the professional association EdTech France to jointly drive innovation of educational technologies.
NEOMA believes this partnership will strengthen its mission to provide quality education and specialised training to its students.
It is hoped that the partnership between NEOMA and EdTech France will allow them to reflect on various innovative educational technologies to better learning experiences for students.
Delphine Manceau, Dean of NEOMA Business School, whilst reflecting on the partnership told Global Education Times: “In an environment where artificial intelligence and big data are constantly transforming our behaviour, and faced with a new generation of students born between Google and Facebook, learning methods have evolved.
“These transformations encourage the higher education sector to reinvent itself.”
With this partnership, NEOMA Business School becomes an integral part of the EdTech France association, an institution which is a networking hub for multiple innovative companies from the world over.
Rémy Challe, General Manager of EdTech France, told GET News: “We are particularly proud to count NEOMA among the members of our network which brings together the main players in this market.
“The school, strongly involved in educational innovation, will give our network the benefit of its vision and dynamism in this field.”
NEOMA committed to incorporating EdTech into its learning environment
The collaboration with EdTech France will allow NEOMA Business School to move closer towards its strategic goals, which the institution says includes ‘pedagogical innovation’.
Previously, NEOMA has launched and implemented various other strategies such as Immersive VR, Augmented Learning Rooms, and the NEOMA EdTech Accelerator to nurture and support startups.
EdTech France is a professional network that brings together French organisations and entrepreneurs to collaborate on innovation for education and lifelong learning.
Its current membership stands at over 220 and has 30 partner organisations on board, a list that includes prominent higher education institutions, SMEs and businesses.
NEOMA Business School, which was established in 2013 following the merger of Rouen Business School and Reims Management School, has campuses in multiple cities in France including Paris.
Zahra Hamdani is an Ireland-based reporter for Global Education Times who focuses on European and South Asian education news. When she is not writing for GET News, Zahra is a school-teacher and educationist with experience in both Primary and Secondary schools in the Republic of Ireland as well as in Pakistan.
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