The Frankfurter Buchmesse is also an important international platform for educational media of all kinds:
More than 1,000 publishers, technology suppliers, service providers and other player from the educational field gather here to do business, to network, to find new trends at the many publishing events around the Fair days.
Review of the 2017's highlights:
At the weekend, the European Learning Industry Group (elig.org) presented a laboratory of ideas exploring the future of learning. Artificial intelligence, new digital learning methods, explorative learning and creative learning with digital media were just some of the topics that made you want to participate.
In workshops and talks, successful bloggers with wide audience appeal, like "Notes of Berlin", shared strategies and tools for content creation and marketing in the digital realm.
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The education initiative LitCam advocates educational equality through its projects and conferences. It presents its projects and a varied education programme at the Frankfurter Buchmesse:
LitCam Kulturstadion (Culture Stadium):
In the Kulturstadion (Hall 3.1), there will be events on education-related topics during the week, while everything will be about football at visitor weekend.
"Books say welcome":
The joint presentation "Books say welcome" (Hall 3.1) puts the spotlight on titles for German-language instruction and multilingual books. On trade visitor days, a varied programme on the topics of education and integration will be presented on the stage.