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  • 5 Sep 2017 6:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Inaugural MITIE Term Conference in South Australia will be held at St Michael’s College Adelaide on Thursday 5th October.

    Ashley Morrison  from St Michael’s is very keen to make this an event to be remembered and to achieve this he is working closely with Paul Hackett, one time MITIE Steering Committee member, from Endeavour College1.

    ASI generous sponsors
    This terrific initiative was kicked off through the support of ASI who will be sponsoring the event. Many thanks to Michael Eggenhuizen  and Chris Ennis  from ASI for supporting MITIE in such a generous fashion.

    This is the first of many term Conferences in South Australia 

    Keep an eye out for registrations which will open soon.

  • 20 Aug 2017 7:44 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Agenda
    The agenda for our AGM is here (note - agenda items may be added up until 20th September 2017). If you have any motions that you would like be presented to the AGM, please send these to Ally Eddy (secretary@mitie.edu.au) no later than 5pm on 20th September 2017

    Nominating for election to steering committee roles
    At the AGM item 3 on the agenda is election of office bearers. Those wishing to stand for election to the steering committee should complete a nomination forms, have it signed by 2 other members of MITIE (forum membership constitutes MITIE membership) and email it to Ally Eddy (secretary@mitie.edu.au) no later than 5pm on 20th September 2017.

    If you are considering standing as a committee member and would like to understand what is involved, please don’t hesitate to contact me through the forum or by phone on 0419 480 336.

    Online Voting
    Our constitution allows for online voting. We will do this via a Google Form, a link to which will be posted closer to the date of the AGM after the agenda has been finalised.

  • 20 Aug 2017 6:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Our next term conference will be held at Rosebank College, Five Dock on Wednesday 27th September 2017.

    Registrations will open soon for this event - keep an eye out for post on the MITIE forum. Not a member? It's easy and FREE to join.


    We are pleased to acknowledge the support of the following organisations:

    Gold Sponsor: StudentNet
    Silver sponsors: AC3CompNowCyberHoundJB HiFi and ViVi.

    Thanks also to ClickView for live streaming the event and making the recorded sessions available online.

  • 2 Aug 2017 12:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Educational Infrastructure Spokesperson and MITIE Steering Committee member David Soede from Central Coast Grammar School will address the Senate Joint Standing Committee on the National Broadband Network (NBN) during public hearings on Wednesday 2nd August 2017 at Mingara Recreation Club on NSW's Central Coast.

    David has appeared before this committee in 2014 and will again be expressing MITIE's view that the NBN has been an opportunity lost for the nation. David will make the point that by abandoning fibre to the premise and going with a mixture of technologies the NBN rollout has resulted in disappointing network performance for those schools who have adopted the NBN as their carrier to connect to the internet.  This poor performance has meant that a range of high value educational opportunities that high-speed, uncontended, low-latency internet connections facilitate have been lost. In fact some schools, that were connected to the NBN network, have since changed providers to obtain higher speeds and more stable connections. 

    In particular the NBN appears to have been a lost opportunity for schools in regional, remote, or even outer suburban areas of major cities where other forms of internet connections are either unavailable or prohibitively expensive.

    Check out this website from the Joint Standing Committee on the National Broadband Network for transcripts of what David Soede said in his submission and in answer to questions from the Committee members (transcript may take a while to be published).

    David also gave an interview to ABC local radio on 3rd of August (fast forward to 1:09:40)

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