Early Bird Registration is Now Open
The Teaching & Learning Conference Asia 2019 will be held in Hong Kong on 8-10th October 2019. Register early to enjoy Early Bird rates before 16 August.
TLC Asia features inspiring speakers that will change the way you think and help you thrive in a changing education environment. Come and listen to keynotes from renowned thought leaders, be a part of engaging sessions led by peer institutions leading the charge in online education, and get hands-on in interactive workshops led by product experts.
TLC Asia is a 3-day event of announcements, ideas and connections. In addition to highly anticipated Blackboard keynotes and roadmaps, the conference program includes both inspiring client-led and Blackboard-led sessions addressing our global success of working with industry leaders, discussing strategies, innovations and challenges facing institutions today.
TLC Asia is your best place for face-to-face networking with the Blackboard leadership team, industry experts, colleagues and partners who can offer insights and best practices to help your institution achieve its goals. Between the breakout sessions, explore our demo zone and connect with exhibitors to make professional connections that can shape and drive your strategic vision.
We have had an impressive attendance year on year at TLC Asia in Singapore. This year, we have decided bring our conference for the first time ever to Hong Kong,
continuing our commitment and expanding our reach to fellow clients and the teaching & learning community in Asia.
Watch last year’s highlights below.
Positioned at the mouth of the Pearl River Delta on the coast of southern China, Hong Kong’s geographical position as a gateway between the East and West has made it an attractive centre for international trade. As a reflection of this, the heart of Asia’s world city has always been the bustling and beautiful Victoria Harbour. Hong Kong’s 1,104-square-kilometer area comprises Hong Kong Island, which lies to the south of the harbour, the Kowloon Peninsula, which forms its northern shores, the New Territories to the north of Kowloon, which stretch all the way to Mainland China, and more than 200 outlying islands, including Lantau Island.
Hong Kong can mostly thank its colonial history and international harbour for the rich blend of cultures that give it its unique character. While the majority of the city’s population are Chinese speakers, simply walking the streets will expose you to a medley of Asian and European languages.
(descriptions from www.discoverhongkong.com)