Call for submissions

We would like to hear about the new innovations you are exploring in higher education and as such, we hope to have submissions from a wide range of professionals.

To stimulate your thinking, a number of topics for each stream has been established and can be viewed here

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SPUSC and QUESTnet included in THETA15 Program

The organisers of THETA 2015 have announced that the South Pacific User Services Conference (SPUSC) and QUESTnet will be included within the THETA 2015 program. The addition of the two streams will ensure that participants wanting to attend all events, will not experience conflicting priorities by bringing together these fantastic streams into the one event.

The SPUSC stream aims to highlight challenges for user services within Higher Education and provide effective strategies and solutions to overcome them. The QUESTnet stream provides a valuable opportunity for ICT professionals working in higher education and research organisations to hear from a distinguished cohort of keynote speakers, and visit trade exhibits and attend sessions with a focus on the more technical aspects of support whilst gaining an appreciation of key strategic issues underpinning ICT’s role in supporting research and learning.

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THETA is coming to the Gold Coast in 2015

Claim the date now – Monday 11 May – Wednesday 13 May 2015

In a global market, information technologies are radically transforming the way our scholars communicate, create, connect and consume information. How are information services and technologies being transformed to remain relevant for today and tomorrow?

THETA 2015 is being held from Monday 11th – Wednesday 13th May 2015 at the Gold Coast. Griffith University is hosting the event and preparations are well underway for what is expected to be an incredible experience.

Further details on the event will be uploaded shortly. If you are interested in assisting on the Conference Committee – please do not hesitate to contact Bruce Callow

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