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EduTECH
EduTECH
EduTECH

 

EduTECHABOUT

How has the CIO's role changed in Higher Ed?


The Tertiary Education IT Leaders Congress will address the skills and capabilities required to be an effective CIO. It will explore the technical challenges facing CIOs and ICT leaders from the entire tertiary and higher education sector. It will explain how to build, implement and support the systems required to take the higher education sector into the future.


Given the dynamic and increasingly complex nature of the Tertiary Education sector it is imperative to implement innovative IT strategies for future-proofing the organisation. As the Higher Education sector is often an early adopter of technology there is an increased chance of missteps in cloud deployments, network upgrades and many other initiatives.

EduTECHWHO ATTENDS

  • CIOs & CTOs
  • IT Directors & Managers
  • Service Delivery Managers
  • Client Service Managers
  • Directors of Information Services
  • Network & Communications Managers

 

EduTECHBENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  • Find out how CIO can be a change agent in the age of disruption
  • Recovery from disaster - learn about the University of Canterbury has recovered from the Christchurch earthquakes
  • Implementing advanced learning and classroom technologies with the best - USA university CIO
  • Be part of the next generation of learning spaces and immersive experiences
  • Optimise IT performance CIO perspectives on delivery, infrastructure, network management & Wi-Fi
  • Avoid embarrassing incidents in cybersecurity and privacy
  • Go beyond the hype of IoT and find out what universities can do with it
  • Successfully implement the next generation of LMS
  • Network and learn from our inspiring and exceptional line-up of local and international speakers at this year’s Tertiary Education IT Leaders

 

EduTECHTOPICS

  • Digital transformation and how it is changing the university and its digital campus
  • Strategies for a Digital World
  • What Blockchain means for Higher Education
  • Using Big Data and Analytics to improve student performance
  • Next generation of learning management system LMS
  • Campus Improvement Program and role of ICT Department
  • Enterprise Mobility how we are connecting Tertiary Education
  • Opportunities for Internet of Things in Higher Education
  • What IT department can do to prevent data breaches
  • world leading Cyber-infrastructure network for research
  • Introduction to advanced learning and classroom technologies
  • Cloud Computing implications for procurement
  • QUT infrastructure to create the next generation of Learning Spaces
  • Designing Learning Spaces that engage learners in new ways

 

EduTECHHIGHLIGHTS

  • USA speakers - Dr Gerard McCartney, Oesterle Professor of Information Technology, Purdue University and Kyle Bowen, Director, Educational Technology, Penn State University
  • Big picture discussion on digital transformation in universities
  • How the University of Canterbury has recovered from the Christchurch earthquakes
  • Implementing advanced learning and classroom technologies from USA university CIO
  • Next generation of learning spaces and immersive experiences from USA & QUT
  • Focus on improving IT performance with sessions on IT delivery, infrastructure, network management & Wi-Fi, cybersecurity, LMS and more
  • Join the debate in the panel discussion on opportunities for Internet of Things
  • 10 plus CIO presenters from Tertiary Ed IT sector

 

EduTECHWHAT'S NEW

At Tertiary Ed IT Leaders Congress:

  • EduTECH expo it's where you see Education Emerging Technology first
  • We've shortened our sessions to a concise 20 - minute so we now have 20 plus speakers over the 2 days
  • And EduTECH has moved back to Sydney at the new International Convention Centre

 

EduTECHTOP 10 SPEAKERS

  • Warren French, Information & Communications Technology, The University of Sydney

  • Bruce Callow, Chief Technology Officer, Griffith University

  • Chris Rasmussen, CIO, Curtin University

  • Robert Irving, CIO, UNE

  • Peter Nikoletatos, Executive Director & CIO, LA Trobe University

  • Ralph Springett, Education Technology Manager, Weltec, Wellington Institute of Technology

  • Kyle Bowen, Director, Educational Technology, Penn State University

  • Sarah Chaloner, Deputy Chief Information & Digital Officer, Western Sydney University

  • Dr Gerard McCartney, Oesterle Professor of Information Technology, Purdue University

  • Dr Gordon Howell, Director Learning Environments and Technology Services, QUT