OLC Innovate 2023!

April 4-6, 2023 | USA

OLC Innovate 2023!
Advancing online education begins with you. Join us for the OLC Innovate 2023 conference and help shape the future of online, digital, and blended learning.


This whitepaper explores how eLearning providers (Learning Management Systems, Training Management Systems, Learning Experience Platforms, and content providers etc.) can convert these challenges into opportunities by prioritizing the customer experience (CX) to increase customer satisfaction and profitability.


School Nutrition Industry Conference

January 15-17, 2023 | USA

Where better to kick off the new year and discover a fresh take on school nutrition than sunny San Diego, California? SNIC is returning to a non-hybrid, in-person experience this year, carrying on a long tradition of bringing School Nutrition (SN) operators and Industry together to find new solutions that better serve students healthy, delicious meals.

2023 South Dakota Special Education Conference

March 14-15, 2023 | USA

The annual Special Education Conference provides a unique experience to gather with South Dakota educators, related service providers, and parents.

Supporting Autistic Children in Education Conference 2023

January 31, 2023 | UK

This conference has been designed for staff in schools, nurseries and colleges who are working with children with autism and want to improve on their current practice. Join us for a series for keynote sessions from leading experts in the field of autism and come away with practical ideas and tools that you can implement in your school to improve pupil learning and wellbeing.

The Supporting the Education of Children in Care Conference: Working in Partnership to Close the Attainment Gap

December 7, 2022 | UK

Access to a good education is vital for helping care experienced children achieve their full potential. In 2021, Department for Education data revealed that the educational attainments of children in care are considerably lower than their peers. There are various barriers to education for looked-after children, such as placement instability, school exclusions and poor mental health. Developing robust working partnerships between schools and local authorities is essential for improving the educational outcomes of care experienced young people.