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Are you registered for the CAUDIT Autumn Members Meeting?

Have you registered?  Member Representatives are encouraged to bring a colleague to CAUDIT’s 2018 Autumn Members Meeting which will be held on Wednesday 02 and Thursday 03 May at the Realm Hotel in Canberra.

The program for this terrific meeting is being organised by:

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David Formica (Chair)

CIO & Director, University of Canberra

Newton Braga

Head of Information & Communication Technology, UNSW Canberra – Australian Defence Force Academy

Karen Hill

Helen Duke

Director, ITS, the Australian National University

Acting Associate Director, Infrastructure as a Service

Dr Carina Kemp

Acting CIO, Geoscience Australia

Anne Kealley

CEO, CAUDIT

Logistics Support is being provided by:

Semir Cerkic

Events & Collaboration Support Officer, CAUDIT

Registration is required

Registration to attend for all participants is required.  A number of accommodation options have been listed on the CAUDIT website which can you can confirm at the time of registering.

Register Here

Speaker highlights

Chris Hancock, CEO of AARNet will present AARNet’s new Strategic Plan first thing on day one.

Day two will kick off with a light breakfast and a presentation by Ovum on ways in which you might address the varied topics in our (soon to be released) 2018 Top Ten Topics list.  Following on from this, the day will focus on the topic of ‘big data’.  We have a great line-up of speakers including Professor Dragan Gasevic, previously Sir Tim O’Shea Chair in Learning Analytics and Informatics at the University of Edinburgh and now at Monash University; Peter Gray, Senior Director of Technology, Sports Practice, responsible for overseeing the strategy, design and delivery of sports technology solutions including Dimension Data's technology partnership with the Tour de Franc; Brad Tucker, Astrophysicist/Cosmologist, Research Fellow, Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics, ANU and Peter Elford, Director, Government Relations and eResearch, AARNet.  See the website for more information on our speakers.  https://www.caudit.edu.au/AMM-speakers

Day one will see us working to develop CAUDIT’s Strategic Plan for the period 2018-2020 with a primary focus on helping CAUDIT help members prepare for the 2020 decade.  This crucial 10 year period is less than three years away!

The draft agenda for CAUDIT’s 2018 Autumn Members Meeting is now available - https://www.caudit.edu.au/AMM-agenda

While in Canberra make time to https://visitcanberra.com.au/ :

  • See Dan Sultan in the Spiegeltent, 28 April
  • Art Cart at the National Portrait Gallery 28-29 April
  • Arthur Streeton on The Art of War at the National Gallery of Australia 28-29 April,
  • The Transitions exhibition at Craft ACT – through to 05 May
  • For the sporting minded – the Raiders versus Gold Coast Titans at GIO Stadium on 05 May
  • Participate in the 2018 Canberra International Music Festival, Ainslie Arts Centre, 27 April – 6 May.
  • Experience the moving Last Post Ceremony, on each day at the Australian War Memorial - https://www.awm.gov.au/commemoration/last-post-ceremony .(Early arrival is recommended.)
  • Pick up an unusual gift for family and friends at the Handmade Market at Exhibition Park 5-6 May, or the National Museum/Art Gallery/Portrait Gallery/Library.
  • Or see free exhibitions at Parliament House, the Canberra Glassworks (book in now to have a go while visiting), the 2018 National Photographic Portrait Prize.  You can check out the Cartier exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia and a host of other exhibitions.

So much to see and do, too much to list it all here – you need to stay for the weekend!  IN which case you could:

  • Visit Poachers Pantry and the wineries – pick up an award winning Clonakilla shiraz viognier
  • Take a walk in Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve - https://www.tidbinbilla.act.gov.au/

Engagement Opportunities

A number of engagement opportunities have been identified for vendors looking to create brand awareness with CAUDIT Members.  Please download the sponsorship document here