The Higher Education Technology Agenda (THETA) Conference returns after a four-year hiatus.
Hundreds of practitioners, thought leaders and decision-makers working in Higher Education IT will convene in Brisbane from 16-19 April 2023 for THETA.
Brisbane, Australia - After a four-year break, the THETA Conference is back to showcase the latest trends and innovative practices in the use of information technology in higher education. The conference will take place from April 16-19, 2023, in Brisbane, and is expected to attract around 600 delegates.
Curated under the direction of CAUDIT, CAUL, and ACODE, THETA is a biennial event that aims to promote the intelligent use of information technology in higher education and research. The conference brings together hundreds of professionals working in Information Technology, Library and Teaching and Learning, Knowledge Management, and eResearch in higher education.
The theme of this year's conference, 'Making Waves,' reflects the innovative practices that higher education institutions can adopt to stand out from the crowd and influence the broader sector. THETA 2023 will explore how the use of information technology innovations in higher education can deliver truly unique and captivating experiences for students – and staff – that ripple across the sector.
The conference program features a line-up of visionary keynote speakers and over 90 presentations across nine different sub-themes that reflect the most pertinent issues facing the sector including teaching to the attention economy, cybersecurity and AI and the emergency of ChatGPT.
THETA 2023 is a significant opportunity for industry professionals to come together in person to connect, collaborate, and network.
"We are thrilled to be delivering THETA 2023 after a four-year break. THETA has always been a critical platform to showcase the latest trends and innovative practices in the use of information technology in higher education. When utilised effectively, technology can deliver immensely powerful enhancements and this year's theme, 'Making Waves,' reflects our focus on driving positive change and innovation within the sector. We look forward to welcoming attendees from around the world and exploring the issues most important to the sector,” said Greg Sawyer, CEO of CAUDIT.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to join the conversation at THETA 2023. For more information about the conference and registration details, please visit our website theta.edu.au.
The Council of Australasian University Directors of Information Technology (CAUDIT) is the peak body for ICT in the Higher Education and Research sector. CAUDIT brings together University, Research and Education Institutions from across Australasia and the South Pacific. Member Institutions are represented by the most senior IT person in their organisation. CAUDIT supports Member Representatives and their teams through the provision of a broad range of services that foster collaboration, leadership and good practice among Members.