at Cnr Merivale and Glenelg Streets South Bank, Brisbane, 4000 Australia

The Australian Council for Computers in Education biennial conference ACCE2016:if-by imagining how things might be different Brisbane 29 Sep- 2 Oct 2016

Cnr Merivale and Glenelg Streets South Bank
Brisbane , QLD 4000
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Our conference theme for 2016 is ‘if’. This will have a variety of meanings for different people but our core focus is on Imagined Futures. To quote one of the 2014 conference delegates: “What IF schools were not encumbered by traditional norms and structures, and technology, social capital and pedagogies were used to their true realisation or potential?”

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Bring on ACCE2016!

Published on 2014-10-03 04:42:06 GMT

If you want to start selecting your music for tonight's conference dinner then simply tweet it out there using #acec2014 and #music. Don't forget tickets are still available at the acec2014 registration desk so you don't miss out!

Published on 2014-10-02 02:12:11 GMT

Have you bought a ticket to the Conference Dinner? If so, please come and choose your seat at Registration with our Table Sign on Sheets.

Published on 2014-10-01 04:36:36 GMT

Have you heard how fantastic the conference dinner is going to be? It's not too late to get a ticket. See the lovely ladies at ACEC2014 registration and they will help you attend THE social event of ACEC2014!

Published on 2014-10-01 04:14:49 GMT

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Tony is an internationally recognized educator who has worked tirelessly for more than thirty years in the area of education and learning with a focus on technology.
He is a freelance consultant in education with responsibility for a number of high profile global programs, focusing on professional learning, teacher standards and system change.
He manages the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) global initiatives, the ISTE global outreach program and ISTE’s global education partnership and collaborators’ agenda.
He also provides advice and consultancy to a number of Ministries of Education and global non for profit organizations.
He has managed many large scale projects including many education and technology projects for the Australian government.
Announcing Conference Dinner Keynote Speaker!
By launching the 2016 NMC Horizon Report at ACCE2016, Samantha Becker, Senior Director of Publications and Communications for the New Media Consortium, will inspire ACCE2016 delegates with important research, trends and challenges in education.
Extend your engagement with the future of edTech by attending the ACCE2016 Conference Dinner where Samantha will deliver the keynote presentation, ‘Coding the Future of Education’.
With a knowledge t hat ‘humans are hard-coded to evolve and schools must follow suit’, Samantha will challenge our vision of the future of education.
An Insight Into Julie Lindsay's Keynote and Workshops!
Fresh from ISTE2016 where she launched her latest book, The Global Educator, Julie Lindsay will deliver the ACCE2016 opening keynote then collaborate with conference delegates in a series of practical workshops designed to inspire and support your journey into connected, global learning environments.
ACCE2016 Opening Keynote: What if we collaborated?With a focus on connected and collaborative approaches as a curriculum imperative Julie will share inspiring ideas andpractices to do with online local to global learning.
To find out more on all Julie's ACCE2016 presentations click here .
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ACCE Conference 2016 Leadership Forum Announced
Have you heard about this year's Leadership Forum?
2016 Future Trends, Challenges, Technologies and Pedagogies will be held on 29 September, learn more here and secure your seat early as this year's Leadership Forum is FREE!
Limited places.