EDspaces Conference Presentation Proposals Due March 19!
EDspaces is an educational facilities conference taking place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania November 3-5.
The EDspaces conference has announced that it is now accepting presentations for its 2021 event taking place November 3-5 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
EDspaces connects key stakeholders who design, build, equip and manage learning environments and educational facilities with manufacturers, distributors and service providers offering solutions.
K-12 school districts, colleges and universities have some of the most wide-ranging and demanding facility needs for success, both financially and academically. From flexible furniture to active learning, to safety and wellness, to lighting and global smart campuses, schools and institutions of higher education need smart solutions that work together.
The EDspaces Planning Committee is seeking high-quality educational content and presentations focused on the needs of educational facility professionals. Share your expertise with an audience of diverse facility professionals including decision-makers from pre-K to higher ed, dealers, architects and interior designers.
The general topics that will be covered during this event include:
- Campus Safety & Security
- Community Engagement
- Design/Project Management
- Facility Operations/Leading Practices
- Pedagogy/Student Outcome
- Post Occupancy/Research
- Technology & Infrastructure
Presentation proposals are due March 19, and those who submit proposals will be notified by April 15 of the status of their submissions. The EDspaces 2021 agenda will be announced on April 30.
To submit a proposal, click here or visit https://edspaces2021cfp.hubb.me.
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