Schedule

Thursday 3 October 2013  |  Friday 4 October 2013  |  PDF download (47kB)

Friday 4 October 2013

Time Activity Place
9.10am Keynote address:
Being a Woman in IT
Monique Mallon, Associate Partner, IBM Global Business Services..
Gold Lecture Theatre (180-1003)
10.30am Morning Tea 180-2101
10.45am Concurrent practical sessions:  
  Introduction to cybersecurity
Hossein Sarrafzedeh, Unitec.
183-3016
  Findability and usability: lessons learnt from text analytics
Anna Divoli, Pingar.
180-2103
  Robotics in education
Chandimal Jayawardena, Unitec
180-2105
  m-learning devices in education
Dave Parsons, Massey University.
183-1001
  Teaching and Assessment in Computer Science
Tim Bell, Canterbury University.
183-1003
11.20am Concurrent practical sessions:  
  Introduction to cybersecurity
Hossein Sarrafzedeh, Unitec.
183-3016
  Findability and usability: lessons learnt from text analytics
Anna Divoli, Pingar.
180-2103
  Robotics in education
Chandimal Jayawardena, Unitec
180-2105
  m-learning devices in education
Dave Parsons, Massey University.
183-1001
  Teaching and Assessment in Computer Science
Tim Bell, Canterbury University.
183-1003
12.00 noon Mobile Programming using Application Inventor for Android: Q&A
Mahsa Mohaghegh and senior students, Unitec
183-1001/1003
1.00pm Lunch.
Networking and affinity groups
180-2101
2.30pm Guest address:
Why is computer science important?
Brett Morgan, Developer Relations Engineer, Google, Australia.
170-1016
3.30pm Afternoon tea 180-2101
3.45pm Show and tell: applications developed through the workshop
Workshop participants.
183-1001/1003
4.45pm Competition details and follow up events
Mahsa Mohaghegh, Unitec
183-1001/1003
5:00pm
(to 6:00pm)
Networking function. 183-2049

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