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ICT in Schools Summit QLD 2023

DATE: THURSDAY OCTOBER 19TH, 2023

location: hotel grand chancellor, brisbane, qld

Event Overview

This summit will bring together senior IT leaders from schools across QLD to discuss how technology has revolutionised ways of learning and gain practical insights on how to implement tools.

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The relationship between school education and technology has evolved significantly.

In recent years, schools have been forced to adopt new technology strategies and optimise their IT infrastructure. Adapting to the demands for digital tools within classrooms, IT leaders are navigating emerging technologies, as well as align digital strategy with educational goals to support teaching and learning.

This event will allow you to explore how leaders can strengthen IT infrastructure and leverage technologies such as AI and VR, to drive positive change within the education sector.

Event Speakers

Kirsten Ferdinands

Executive Principal,

Brisbane South State Secondary College

Brent Durham

 Chief Operating Officer,

Hillbrook Anglican School

Steve Joslin

Chief Information Officer,

Diocese of Toowoomba Catholic Schools Office

Cameron Lynch

Deputy Principal.

Windaroo Valley
State High School

Mal Galer

Director of Digital Learning,

King’s Christian College



Andrew Daddow

Director of IT & E-Learning,

Moreton Bay College


Jackie Child

Technologies Coordinator,

St Aidan’s
Anglican Girls School

Alexis Hill

Chief Information Officer,

Brisbane Grammar School



William Hickson

ICT Manager,

The Lakes College

Jason Fairchild

 IT Manager,

St Ursula’s College

Richard Humphreys

Information Technology Manager,

The Southport School

Aaron Teeling

Head of Digital Learning,

Faith Lutheran College

Key Topics On The Day

Identifying and addressing key priorities for IT leaders in schools

Building a cybersecurity stronghold for better defence

Embedding IT infrastructure that supports nextgeneration learning

Learning more about the use of AI & data in schools

Who Should Attend

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Independent Schools
80%
Public Schools
20%

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