Stephen Loquet | Chief Information Officer
NSW Department of Education | Australia

Stephen Loquet, Chief Information Officer, NSW Department of Education

Stephen Loquet is Chief Information Officer of the NSW Department of Education and Communities.  He joined the Department in January 2011, bringing with him a diverse background in leading strategic and operational IT management for a range of industries and organisations.
Stephen manages the Information Technology Directorate, which is responsible for the largest and most comprehensive ICT environment in Australia.  It provides state of the art information and communication technologies to students, teachers and support staff, maintaining more than 500,000 devices in over 2,500 schools and corporate worksites across the state.Stephen’s current priority is collaborating with his Departmental partners in information management and teaching and learning areas to deliver the technology-driven classroom of the future, in line with the Department’s strategy of putting children at the centre of all decision making.


Day 1 @ 15:20

Panel Discussion: Information in the service of learners

Individualised learning and evidence-based pursuit of improvement in the era of Gonski and the digital classroom requires new approaches to the capture, management and use of education data. The panel will discuss the strategies in Australia and overseas to: 
  • Mobilise of education data to support learners, educators and decision makers
  • Enable a learner-centric approach to information management across products and organisations
  • Support innovative use of technology to capture data and provide insights into learner needs and progress
  • Maintain learner privacy and trust in data transactions

Expo Main Stage - Day One @ 11:00

The NSIP Interoperability Challenge 2018

The theme of the 2018 Interoperability Challenge is Learner Centric Data Management.

System solution providers will present to a panel of education CIOs ways they have identified how critical information about the student could be made available in the context of learning and decision-making to support optimal learning outcomes.

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