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2018 AIS ICT Leadership Conference:

Agents of Change

Technology can be a set of tools that amplify or extend what we currently do, however it has the potential to radically change what we do and how we do it. This year's annual conference will look at how technology can act as an agent of meaningful (and perhaps radical) impetus for change in practice, significantly altering the way teachers, students and schools operate, and allowing them to reorganise, reinvent and rebuild pedagogical practices, routines and thinking in ways that reflect the changing technological and sociological climate in which students are learning.

Choose from a wide range of tours, panels and workshops on topics addressing networks, telephony, wireless, virtual reality, big data, network architectures, help desk management, fostering collaboration, legal issues, budgeting, DR, data analytics, school management systems, BYOD, project management, ICT Strategic Planning, STEM and more.

Workshops by ICT Managers in schools, for ICT Managers in schools.

 * Please note: Advertised prices are all inclusive: conference attendance, ALL meals (including conference dinner(s), accommodation, parking, wireless etc.

All delegates at this conference are required to be employees of a school. 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 jclear@aisnsw.edu.au
Speakers
Paul Shetler

Paul is an adviser to governments and organisations around the world who are transforming their business. His area of expertise is digital transformation and organisational change. 

Paul was the CEO of the Digital Transformation Office and the Chief Digital Officer of the Australian Government's Digital Transformation Agency.

Julie Inman Grant

Julie is the Australian government's eSafety Commissioner, responsible for promoting online safety for all Australians.

Ajoy Ghosh

Ajoy has a background in law enforcement, banking, consultancy and government and is the is the Interim Chief Information Security Officer for Insurance & Care NSW.

He advises a number of industry and government committees on cyber security and terrorism and lectures in cybercrime, computer evidence and cyber warfare to post-graduate law and international studies students. 

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