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How remote working has changed the way we work securely

Wednesday, 19 May 2021 4.00pm AEST – 45 Minutes


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The education section, particularly higher education was hit hard by the global pandemic. In 2019, over 34,000 international students arrived in Australia to start degrees and in 2020 that number was just 40. This had huge implications for funding various programs within universities. And at a time when cyberattacks have been on the increase, IT and security teams most likely felt the brunt of budget cuts, along with many other disciplines.

Presenter
David Coleman , Lead Security Solutions Engineer ANZ, Rapid7

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THE WHY OF CHANGE

Thursday June 18 2020, 4.00pm AEST – 45 Minutes + 10 Minutes Q&A


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Haileybury, a K-12 school with campuses in Melbourne, Darwin and Beijing, have been adapting and changing at an increasing pace in the current disrupted and difficult environment in which we find ourselves.

In this talk, led by Anna Sever, Deputy Principal for Teaching and Learning, Lauren Sayer, Director of Digital Learning and Peter Thomas, Director of HaileyburyX, you will hear about how we at Haileybury are developing not just crisis responses but new best practices for the future of learning and teaching.

Presenters
Lauren Sayer, Director of Digital Learning, Haileybury
Anna Sever, Deputy Principal Teaching and Learning, Haileybury
Peter Thomas, Director, HaileyburyX

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Building Resilience for the Future

Thursday 16 July 2020, 3.45pm AEST – 40 Minutes + 10 Minute Q&A


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Wodonga Middle Years College (WMYC) realised their potential to become an educational technology leader. The school has embarked on a journey of consistent innovation, adopting the latest tools and technologies to give their students every opportunity for continuous learning.
 

This webinar will describe the teaching and learning experience WMYC had in place prior to COVID-19, how the school coped with online learning during the school lock down period, and the plans WMYC has for their educational technology experience as we come through the other side of the pandemic.

Presenters
Steven Fouracre, Assistant Principal, Wodonga Middle Years College
Jennifer Dewar, Senior Education Consultant, D2L

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Legal Elements of Data Protection

Tuesday 18 August 2020​, 4.00pm AEST – 60 Minutes + 10 Minute Q&A

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You’re invited to attend an exclusive event hosted by EduTECH and Veeam with special guest speaker Jacquie Seeman from Thomson Geer Lawyers.

Join us on Tuesday, 18 August 2020 at 4.00PM AEST for a 60 Minute webinar + 10 Minute Q&A, where Zachary has listened to your feedback and put together this webinar with Dilupa and special guest Jacquie Seemann to answer your questions about specific legal and technology concerns.

In this webinar, the panel will start by discussing school data growth, the rapid uptake of cloud technology and the Essential Eight Maturity Model.

Throughout the 60 minutes the panel will cover as much of the legal elements as possible and aim to provide guidance for you and your teams on compliance when it comes to data protection.

Presenters
Zachary Simandl, Inside Sales Representative, Veeam
Dilupa Ranatunga, Senior Solutions Engineer, Veeam
Jacquie Seemann, Partner, Thomson Geer

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Building the complete learning experience | Addressing changing expectations​

Wednesday 23 September 2020​, 4.00pm AEST – 30 Minutes + Q&A

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Listening and responding to the needs of all involved in education is business critical.

Join us for this interactive Q&A with leaders across the sector as we dive into the changes being made to successfully navigate and move forward in these challenging times.

For some students the largely successful pivot to remote learning was “more fun, more empowering”, and they are saying to teachers “can we do things differently?” says the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. This is supported by Qualtrics research which shows 56% of educators say remote learning has been at least somewhat successful in allowing students to continue their academic growth.

While students are returning to the classroom, the situation has been changed forever - from complying with daily changes and implementing and communicating safety protocols today, through to a long-lasting shift in expectation among students, parents, and teachers.

Presenters
Peter Hutton, Governor, Future Schools Alliance
Lauren Sayer, Director of Digital Learning, Haileybury
Dr Stephan Muller, Deputy Principal (Staff Dev & International), Haileybury
Kimberley Tylee, Director, Education, Qualtrics
Greg Whitby, Executive Director, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta

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Future-Proof Your School's Network with Cloud Managed Wi-Fi 6 Technology

Wednesday, 28 October 2020, 4.00pm AEST – 30 Minutes + Q&A


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What makes Wi-Fi 6 different and why is it so well suited for Education?
 

Cambium Networks will explain the technology in Wi-Fi 6 that makes it different from current Wi-Fi technology and discuss the trends driving the demand for higher performance Wi-Fi and why Wi-Fi 6 is so well suited for Education.  

Presenter
Roy Wittert, Regional Sales Director – Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands, Cambium Networks

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ADOBE - CREATIVITY FOR ALL
Together for Students Success

Wednesday, 10 Feburary 2021 4.00pm AEST – 45 Minutes + 10 Minute Q&A


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Please join us for a dynamic webinar session on how Adobe can help kickstart your 2021 academic year.

Educators like you will be joining Adobe on this event to share some examples of how they used Adobe tools to make positive difference in all areas of the curriculum.

Learn how you can:

  • Inspire your students’ creativity
  • Improve critical thinking
  • Practice creative problem solving
  • Collaborate in any class

Presenters
Tim Kitchen, Senior Education Specialist, APAC, Adobe
Debra Hicks, Senior Project Officer – Digital Practice Unit, VIC Department of Education and Training
Joachim Cohen, Schools Technology Innovation Lead, Technology 4 Learning Team, NSW Department of Education
Lauren Sayer, Executive Director Digital Learning, Research and Innovation, Melbourne Girls Grammar

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Improving the Technology’s Impact on Learning Outcomes

Tuesday, 16 March 2021 4.00pm AEST – 60 Minutes + 10 Minute Q&A


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Schools and school systems have been integrating technology into teaching and learning practices for over 30 years with varying degrees of intensity and impact. 

Over the last 9 months almost every school system has had to rapidly adopt a high a degree of technology to ensure the continuity of curriculum, and we will soon see what the impact will be. 

This webinar is designed for school and school system leaders or others that work in a position to support educators/leaders to come together to unpack the conditions needed to ensure the recent mass adoption of technology leads to improved learning outcomes.

This is a minds-on active session so come prepared to participate and connect with the thoughts and opinions of other participants as you co-construct a shared understanding of what it takes for technology to have a greater impact on student learning.

Presenter
Giancarlo Brotto, Global Education Advisor, Cofounder and Executive Director Catalyst

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