About the AIS ICT Conference
The Association of Independent Schools is hosting their annual Conference on the 1st and 2nd of August at the Gold Coast Convention Centre.
This is the premier event for all ICT professionals in school education in Australia and continues to develop a truly national focus. For ICT managers and others leading their school's technology agenda, this conference provides a specialised technology learning experience. See how colleagues in ICT management and leadership roles are leveraging ICT to support school improvement and learning outcomes. Explore innovative solutions and technologies, address questions surrounding ICT infrastructure, governance, leadership and management, and exchange experiences and ideas with other ICT management professionals.
Elcom is pleased to be a silver sponsor at the AIS ICT conference and will be at stand #S14.
For more information on AIS, click here.
About Elcom for Schools
Elcom has a long history of collaborating with schools to deliver compelling intranet, portal, website and training solutions that meet their evolving digital needs.
The knowledge we've accumulated over the years has led to the release of elements by Elcom. elements is an easy-to-use, beautifully designed, out-of-the-box school portal with seamless built-in integrations to popular platforms including Canvas LMS and Synergetic Management.
Everything from personalised to do lists, exam results, reports, course feedback, attendance records, consent forms and timetables, to news and upcoming events, is included.
This enables schools to provide a central information and communication hub for students, parents and staff of all digital literacy levels, reducing administration and increasing community engagement.
For more information, visit the elements by Elcom page.
Elcom is trusted by many of the leaders in education including Haileybury School, Ascham School, Geelong Grammar, MLC School, Wenona School, Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview, Abbotsleigh School, Sydney Church of England Grammar School, Moriah College, St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School and many more.