Call for Speakers, Exhibitors & Sponsors
At this inaugural LearnTech Conference we are looking for educational innovators, from the government and private sectors: professors, lecturers, instructors, trainers, teachers and technology developers and facilitators.
The LearnTech event - in a nutshell
This conference will bring together a broad range of people involved in education and training, from teachers through to software builders.
With technology becoming an integral and exciting part of the student experience; this event will host innovators looking to the future of education and who have the learners’ best interests at heart. Aside from expert speakers, there will be product demonstrations and panel discussions. The latter will debate the merits and drawbacks of emerging trends in education. Attendees will have the opportunity to network, create new partnerships and garner knowledge to improve teaching and learning strategies, using the latest technologies.
The Inaugural LearnTech Conference
Perth, Western Australia will host the conference in March 2022.
It is to be the first LearnTech event, but will be replicated annually in city centers globally. Both in-person and virtual tickets will be available.
Professor Barbara Oakley
Distinguished Professor of Engineering
Barbara Oakley is a Distinguished Professor of Engineering at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. Her work focuses on the complex relationship between neuroscience and social behavior.
She created and teaches Coursera “Learning How to Learn,” one of the world’s most popular massive open online courses with over three million registered students, along with a number of other popular “Top MOOCs of All Time.” Barb is a New York Times best-selling author who has published in outlets as varied as the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times—her book A Mind for Numbers has sold over a million copies worldwide. She is a Fellow of both the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering.
Professor Oakley will open the conference with a 1 hour remotely presented keynote session, followed by Q&A. (if travel allows we might be lucky enough to have her in person at the conference).
The remaining speaker and exhibitor line-up will be released after 1st December 2021.
Who should attend?
›From universities: chancellors, vice chancellors, deputy vice chancellors, professors, lecturers
›From TAFE and RTOs: trainers, instructors, directors, e-learning managers
›From schools: teachers, IT personnel, procurement directors, education and training officers
›Education and training regulators: TEQSA, TACWA, ASQA case managers, auditors
›From Startups: entrepreneurs, software developers, CEOs
›From mining & infrastructure: Managers and staff from workplace training & development, HR, skills development, workforce capability and IT
The benefits of attending
›To discover emerging trends in education.
›To meet innovative education designers and providers.
›To challenge current teaching and learning models.
›To learn about existing and evolving technologies in education.
›To network with educators and suppliers.
Date: Wednesday 23 March 2022
Time: 8am - 5:30pm followed by networking drinks until 6:30pm
Venue: Beaumonde On The Point, Level 1, 306 Riverside Drive Perth WA
Early bird 10% discount is valid until 2nd February 2022 on all event ticket types.
|Ticket Type||Inclusions||Cost (in AUD, Incl. GST)|
$300.00 (Single ticket)
$600.00 (3 for 2 group ticket)
||$150.00 (Single registration)|
1st December 2021: Delegate ticket sales open, full event brochure available
2nd February 2022: Early bird discount ends
14th March 2022: In person ticket sales close
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