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if you are a
product or solution vendor
participating in EduTECH 2015
this is your opportunity...
...to explain to the Education CIOs
of all jurisdictions and sectors in Australia
how your solution
adds value and increases efficiency
in the interconnected world of school ICT
but places are limited
so we have choose...
Here's what we're looking for from you...
do you create data that helps improve learning outcomes
could you do more for your users if you had data from other systems
would other systems benefit if you shared your data with them
could you be an important part of the digital ecosystem in schools
do you focus on collaboration and sharing
17th April - Application form available at nsip.edu.au
30th April - Online briefing by NSIP for interested vendors
11th May - Applications close
15th May - Successful applicants notified
2nd/3rd June - Present to Education CIOs at EduTECH
The National Schools Interoperability Program (NSIP) is a joint initiative of State, Territory and Federal Ministers for Education.
The program was established in July 2010 to support the development of digital learning infrastructure nationally and improve access to information for stakeholders in the Australian school education sector.
Remember: We're here to help. If you have a great product or service idea, but want to know more about how to make it a part of the connected digital eco-system in schools, we offer tools, training & project support so get in touch.
Official EduTECH registration page (includes EOI checkbox for the Interoperability Challenge):
Application Form for Interoperability Challenge (online survey via survey monkey):
For more information contact us at:
email@example.com and look for updates on http://www.nsip.edu.au/events
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Stand No. 77
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