Cloud computing, and now cloud learning, is changing the world, and the way education is delivered. How can schools and institutions navigate these dual changes?
As part of EduGrowth’s Innovation Alley at EduTECH 2019 in Sydney this June, cloud learning will be a key focus on the Innovation Stage.
The cloud learning session, sponsored by AWS EdStart, will feature three speakers including Zoe Pelbart, a senior account executive at Amazon Web Services, who will address the evolution of the cloud in education. Zoe is passionate about the dynamic change technology can bring to the student digital experience, transforming how education is delivered, how teachers and academics can be supported in student enablement and evolving how we, as citizens, can optimally interact with and consume government services.
Julian Stevenson, Director of Future Skills at RMIT Online will address innovation in education; specifically identifying how to drive future-skills and strong workforce development with the use of AWS technology and broader solutions.
Julian Ridden, Head of Product at Skoolbag will discuss the impact of technology in education; how does a company, providing innovative solutions into the education space, drive impact and leverage the ever-evolving technology landscape to stay agile, scalable and deliver at the core of customer demands?
With the support of Global Victoria, EduGrowth has established an Innovation Precinct at the upcoming EduTECH Expo in Sydney, offering Innovation Alley, a dedicated space for startups combined with thought leadership on the Innovation Stage.
EduTech 2019 is the largest education technology expo in the southern hemisphere, attended by more than 10,000 people, 250 exhibitors, and an impressive array of speakers, including internationally renowned Sir Ken Robinson.
Friday 7 June, 12pm
Please note to access the Innovation Stage you will need to register for a FREE expo pass via EduTECH