Live Streaming of THETA 2015Posted: May 5, 2015
You’re missing an exceptional conference experience if you’re unable to attend THETA 2015 in person this year.
The THETA 2015 biennial conference (formerly CCA Educause) aims to advance higher education by promoting the innovative use of information technology.
At least you’ll be able to watch the quality keynote and featured speakers from wherever you happen to be in the world!
ECHO 360 have set up their EchoCenter to live stream the THETA 2015 keynote and featured speakers from the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre from Monday 11 May to Wednesday 13 May.
Remember to use the official hashtag #THETA2015 to engage with your colleagues on the Gold Coast in real time.
It’s wonderful to see Griffith staff getting behind this year’s conference. Here is the vast range of sessions being presented by Griffith staff.
- Introducing the Mascot (and why the survival of the earth depends on frogs)
Dr Jean-Marc Hero
- Chemistry Gamification: Students teaching students through gaming
Heather Gray, Leigh-Ellen Potter and Peter Healy
- Data Centre Community of Practice
Don Caruana, Laurence Rietberg, and Peter Vanheck
- The HWMD maturity model: A foundational framework to measure effectiveness of institutional research e-infrastructures
Hamish Holewa, Christopher McAvaney, Malcolm Wolski and Kathy Dallest
- Where does Campus Learning become Online Learning? Emerging trends and themes in learning space design and usage
David Gunsberg, Lori Bowe, Richard Kerr and Merv Connell
- Unified Collaboration: The Future of Organisation
- Improving data management practices of researchers by using a behavioural framework
Malcolm Wolski and Joanna Richardson
- Videoconferencing and teaching – From outback Queensland to Ireland and back again
David Wilson and Tim Gentile
- Social media as a learning community: the good the bad and the ugly
Heather Gray, Jarrod Trevathan and Kiran Madisa
- “If it doesn’t spread, it’s dead”: Scholarship, social media and popular digital platforms
- Social Media as a professional tool: Gimmick, Godsend or Risk?
David Gunsberg and Kim Tairi
- Partnerships and collaboration: connecting areas of expertise and experience
Dr Lynda Davies and Karin Barac
- BCCVL – improving user experience: a road less travelled
Kelly Lennon and Hamish Holewa
- Strategic Torque: Enterprise Architecture & Portfolio Management
Matthew Harvey and Naveen Sharma
- Griffith University, IT Security response to the 2014 G20 Summit
- Lessons from Griffith – assessing our assessment technology
- Flexible, Secure and Sharable Storage for Researchers
Andrew Nielson and Stephen McGregor