ACEC2004 is pleased to announce the support for the conference that is provided by major corporations.
Realising individuals’ potential is at the heart of Microsoft’s business. The Microsoft
Platinum sponsorship of this year’s Australian Computers in Education Conference, with the theme of Research, Reform and Realise the Potential, encapsulates its worldwide work in the field of education and lifelong learning.
Through research initiatives, partnerships, grants and technology, Microsoft aims to create opportunities for today’s teachers and students and tomorrow’s knowledge workers. Microsoft is committed to developing programs and technology that continue to propel the learning of students of all ages, throughout Australia and the rest of the world.
, a Gold Sponsor, is proud to sponsor ACEC 2004 as part of its ongoing support for the development of positive outcomes in the use of computers and broadband networking services in the educational sector. The Internode support will enable delegates to access the Internet throughout the conference, at the venue and beyond.
The Internet has the power to change the way people learn, work, and play, and the Cisco Networking Academy Program is in the forefront of this transformation. The Cisco Networking Academy Program is a comprehensive e-learning program that provides students with the Internet technology skills essential in a global economy. Cisco’s Gold Sponsorship of the conference network system is indicative of Cisco’s capacity to deliver the range of services and support needed to grow tomorrow's global workforce.
IBM is delighted to be a Silver sponsor of the Australian Computers in Education Conference 2004. Committed to the education sector, IBM recognises schools’ need for IT equipment that is good value for money, easy to use and easy to manage. To meet this challenge IBM has assembled a range of products designed and tailored especially for the education environment including leading desktops, notebooks and reliable hardworking servers.
IBM products come with the reputation for quality and reliability, allowing your staff and students to achieve maximum uptime and reduce your school’s IT support costs. To find out more about IBM’s education offerings, please visit www.ibm.com/solutions/au/publicsector/edu.html
As a leading provider of enterprise software and services to the education industry, Blackboard
is excited to participate as a Bronze sponsor of ACEC2004. Blackboard is committed to enhancing teaching and learning in K-12 institutions and to helping schools deliver exceptional student outcomes. Blackboard is headquartered in Washington,
D.C., with offices and staff in North America, Europe and Asia.
The ACEC2004 organising committee welcomes these sponsors and believes that their support will make the conference a significantly more valuable experience for delegates.
Sponsorship opportunities can be arranged through the Conference Secretariat
T. +61 8 8352 7099
F. +61 8 8352 7088