Cloud Learning Program

Cloud Learning
Friday 7 June @ 12.00pm

Transforming education in the cloud.

Cloud computing is quickly taking over our working world. Cloud learning is quickly following suit. How do we navigate these dual changes?

The cloud learning session will feature three speakers:

Zoe Pelbart, Senior Account Executive AWS will address the session synopsis.

Julian Stevenson, Director of Future Skills RMIT Online will address innovation in higher education; specifically identifying how to drive futureskills and strong workforce development with use of AWS technology and broader solutions.

Julian Ridden, Head of Product 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 at the core of customer demands.

Zoe Pelbart
Senior Account Executive, Amazon Web Services

Zoe works with the education and government sectors in the Public Sector team. Her role is to enable customers to innovate across their organisations to improve their internal processes, increase security, and overhaul student, academic, and citizen experience. 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, RMIT Online

Julian is Director of Future Skills at RMIT Online, which exists to support a growing community of lifelong learners to successfully navigate the world of work. During his time at RMIT Online, he has led the delivery of innovative short courses including Blockchain, Introduction to Self-Driving Cars, and VR AR Technology in partnership with industry leaders like AWS Educate, Salesforce, Accenture, Adobe, REA Group and more.  His career spans more than 20 years, and he has delivered award winning new products, built and supported large global systems and in more recent years at Envato, led a product group across one of Australia’s most successful new companies.

Julian Ridden
Head of Product, Skoolbag

Julian has been working as a developer, product lead and user advocate in the EdTech space for over 20 years on both tradition server architectures as well as leading SAAS providers. Julian brings this experience with him to SkoolBag as they look to modernise their architecture to enable new and dynamic business and product growth.

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