Schools are no different to other contemporary workplaces; they often seek to be innovative and find ways to work smarter, faster and achieve more. Disruption and adaption are an integral part of any school’s ICT function; in fact, the ICT department often initiates, enables and supports transformation. But with change comes disruption. Adopting new technologies, changing the way schools operate and retiring some practices can be more than unsettling; it can lead to having to learn new techniques in a short amount of time, organise professional learning for staff, downtime and sometimes, manage frustration. This conference will address preparation for the disruptive technologies that will enable greater benefits in the future.
This is the premier event for all ICT professionals in school education in Australia and continues to develop a truly national focus. For ICT managers and others leading their school's technology agenda, this conference provides a specialised technology learning experience. See how colleagues in ICT management and leadership roles are leveraging ICT to support school improvement and learning outcomes. Explore innovative solutions and technologies, address questions surrounding ICT infrastructure, governance, leadership and management, and exchange experiences and ideas with other ICT management professionals.
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Please note that delegates at this conference are school employees. Vendors or those with a commercial interest in attending are not permitted to attend as delegates. If you are not a school employee, please direct any queries to the conference convenor, John Clear at firstname.lastname@example.org