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Tertiary Education IT Leaders Congress


Top Speakers

Nicholas Negroponte
Fouding Chairman, MIT Media Labs / Founder, One Laptop per Child (USA)


Jeffrey Selingo
Best-Selling Author & Award-Winning Columnist (USA)

Dr. Larry Johnson
Chief Executive Officer
New Media Consortium

Mark Gregory
University of Adelaide

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Brian Clark
Former Executive Director ITS

RMIT University


Chrissy Burns
Chief Information Officer
University of Technology, Sydney


Dr. Katie Vale
Director of Digital Learning
Harvard (USA)


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TheTertiary Education IT Leaders Congress is one of 8 congresses taking place simultaneously at EduTECH®.


This congress has been specifically designed for the university and tertiary education sector to address the key issues facing IT service professionals in this rapidly evolving space.


The rapid shift towards student services, personal mobile devices and the explosion of data, together with, current uncertainty around deregulation, ongoing budget concerns and an increasingly competitive education marketplace, are all leading to increased pressure. The need for IT departments to deliver lean, agile and scalable IT services, specifically targeted to the needs of tertiary education providers, has never been greater.


Join international strategic leaders and frontline operators at the Tertiary Education IT Leaders Congress as they share their insights and experience to help you develop the solutions you need to keep your IT services at the top of the class.



Who Attends?


  • CIOs, CDOs & CTOs
  • IT/ICT Directors & Managers
  • IT Service Delivery Managers
  • Problem manager
  • Network and Communications Managers
  • Client Service Managers


Why Attend?

  • Evaluate and adjust your IT strategy
  • Maximise your ITS efficiency
  • Learn how to improve your frontline student services
  • Leverage data to better support student learning outcomes
  • Transform to lean, agile and scalable value streams
  • Join the conversation on how to recruit, retain and re-skill your IT staff
  • Gaze into a virtual crystal ball to predict the most important and influential trends and technology innovations that will affect you in 2015 and beyond


Key Themes

New Ideas
Set your institution apart through innovative application of technology


Investigating the complexities of delivering a common user experience across a variety of devices


Professional Development
Up-skill and re-skill your staff to keep up with change


Cloud based technologies
Harness online communities, virtual learning and video to transform learning environments and cater to how students want to learn


VLEs and Video conferencing
Improve access and participation through distance learning


Collaboration and Connectivity
Creating a community through technology that meets user expectations



Advisory Board


Mark Gregory
University of Adelaide

Chrissy Burns
University of Technology Sydney

Caroline Steel

Brian Clark
Managing Director
Factor5 Solutions




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