2020 ICT Management and Leadership Conference:

Vision... Action... Impact


What technologies are on and over the horizon? What concepts do I need to grasp, what must I do – not just to keep up, but to continue to lead? Will it make a difference? How will I know?

The focus of this two or three day residential conference is the management of ICT in schools; introducing new technologies, managing the change their adoption brings, and assessing the difference this has made.

This 16th annual conference is a unique professional learning opportunity with a program designed to address innovation, data, strategy, security, leadership, management and educational perspectives.

While there are exhibitors on the exhibition floor, you won’t find any sales pitches masquerading as workshops or presentations. The program is delivered by industry professionals and speakers, as well as your ICT admin, networking and management peers, all of whom understand the imperative to share authentic stories, solutions and problems with you, their colleagues.

While many delegates are from NSW, each state is represented on the organising committee and we encourage participation from all sectors across the country.

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2020 Keynote Presenters


Professor Toby Walsh

Toby Walsh was named by the Australian newspaper as one of the "rock stars" of Australia's digital revolution. Professor Walsh is a strong advocate for limits to ensure AI is used to improve our lives. He has been a leading voice in the discussion about autonomous weapons (aka "killer robots"), speaking at the UN in New York and Geneva on the topic. He is a Fellow of the Australia Academy of Science and recipient of the NSW Premier's Prize for Excellence in Engineering and ICT.

Professor Jason Potts

Jason is a leading researcher on the economics of blockchains, founder of the Melbourne Social Science Network for Cryptoeconomies and is currently the Director of the Blockchain Innovation Hub at RMIT University.

Associate Professor Erica Southgate

Erica is a maker of literacy computer games, a technology ethicist, and lead author of the 2019 Australian Government roadmap ‘Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies in Schools Research Report’. She is Chief Investigator on the VR School Study, the first research internationally to embed immersive VR in primary and secondary classrooms for deeper learning.

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