Conference student web site: www.pghs.sa.edu.au/svy.htm
Up to date information about keynote and invited speakers and conference events.
Students from Parafield Gardens High School are interviewing interesting people and compiling the web site.
Thanks to Michael Cowling and Clare Blunt and the four wonderful students who have given up their holiday to do this.
Most non refereed papers, workshops, symposiums and posters are approved. Browse or search by strand or catagory to see what will be happening.
Check the Program at a Glance to see when things will happen and what strand is on what day.
The conference web site has been moved to the Internode servers, resulting in significantly faster access to pages.
Stephanie Young is unable to attend the conference.
Presentation of the ACCE Educator of the Year and Leader of the Year for 2003 will be presented on the morning of Wednesday 7th. Recipients of the state awards will be recognised at this time.
Baroness Susan Greenfield will speak at the conference dinner.
Preparations for the conference dinner and associated activities are progressing well- the band has been booked for AGES!
¡Un error que mecanografía envía a mucha gente a un sitio del Web de la cebolla española en vez del sitio de la conferencia! www.acec.info Hmm! Must be more careful!
Most non refereed papers are approved.
6 weeks to go!
Geoff Romeo announced as ACCE ICT Leader of the Year and as keynote speaker.
First round of non-refereed papers approved.
Rachel Agar is sponsored by Research Machine to speak at the conference.
Dale Spender annonounced as Microsoft keynote speaker.
Baroness Susan Greenfield and Gary Stager are added to the program as invited speakers.
Invited Speaker - Kathy Schrock and Martyn Forrest have been added to the conference programme as invited speakers.
The new website goes live, just in time for Christmas! Registrations and submissions of papers are now able to be done via the website.
MicroSoft is confirmed as a Platinum sponsor.
Internode is confirmed as a Gold sponsor.
Simon Hackett, Barb Jenkins and James Herring are confirmed as invited speakers.
14th September 2003
Negotiations are currently being held with potential conference sponsors. Anyone interested in either sponsorship opportunities or the trade exhibition are invited to contact Ralph Leonard at email@example.com for further information.
Information on the Adelaide Convention Centre and other Conference details are available.
Conference sub-themes have been finalised. Please consider presenting a refereed paper or unrefereed presentation at this conference. The call for papers will be distributed soon.
31st July 2003
Professor Stephanie Young has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for the conference.
5th May 2003
Keynote speakers Professor Toni Downes and Professor David Jonassen are confirmed.
5th March 2003
First CEGSA meeting held to begin conference preparations. Conference Theme is Research, Reform, and Realise the Potential!
20th Feb. 2003
Australian Council for Computers in Education decided that its next biennial Conference will be held in Adelaide, Monday 5th to Thursday 8th of July 2004.