AETM Conference 2017

Monday 20th November - Thursday 23rd November 2017
University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
2017 AETM Conference Programme
Have you registered?

Please ensure you email promaco@promaco.com.au and they will arrange for an invitation to be sent to you immediately so you can start the registration process.

Be sure to register as soon as possible, as places are limited!

 

This years conference will include:

  • World class Opening and Closing Keynote Speakers.
  • Excellent networking opportunities with equipment and service vendors as well as peers from over 40 universities.
  • Infocomm training sessions.
  • Practical experience in USC’s award winning Collaboration Theater EG18.
  • Presentations from other universities and equipment manufacturers on a diverse range of topics including “Audio for Videoconferencing”, “Enterprise AV SOE” and others.
  • AETM Scholarship winning presentation from the University of Wollongong.
  • SCHOMS (AETM sister organization) Chair presentation “Learning Spaces Tool-kit”.
  • Tours of USC facilities including the Visualisation CAVE, Nursing and Paramedic house simulation clinics plus a Law moot court.
  • Optional opportunities to inspect the Sunshine Coast Hospital’s AV systems.
Who are our Sponsors this year?

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Spaces to see at University of Sunshine Coast

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Hosts - University of the Sunshine Coast
A Little About the Hosts

USC2017-H-colour-400pxUSC offers more than 140 degrees and postgraduate programs taught by nationally awarded teaching staff. At just 20 years of age, USC is now ranked in Times Higher Education list of the top 501-600 universities in the world, and in the 101-150 category out of the top 200 universities under 50 years old.

In the most recent Excellence for Research in Australia assessment, USC was rated by the Australian Research Council as having 14 fields at or above world standard, including the equal highest rating nationally in nursing, zoology, and environmental science and management.

USC is currently progressing toward the opening of a new flagship campus in Moreton Bay. Expected to open in 2020, the new campus will cater for up to 10,000 additional students and will offer a comprehensive range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs.

USC has been growing rapidly in the AV industry as an institution developing innovative solutions for teaching and research disciplines. USC won an AVIA in 2014 for the development of its first collaborative lecture theatre and also won the 2014 Crestron Education AV project of the year for its immersive nursing simulation spaces. USC has continued to develop technology rich spaces, with other projects such as the Engineering Learning Hub delivered in 2015 which features a CAVE2 system developed by EVL in University of Illinois in the US.