Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Global Green Computing On-line in Canberra

I will be speaking on "Global Green Computing On-line: Evolving Content and Assessment for an International Moodle Course" at the Australian National University in Canberra, 3pm, 22 October 2015. This is a free seminar, no need to book, just turn up.
In 2008 Tom Worthington was commissioned by the Australian Computer Society to design the world's first on-line postgraduate course in Green Computing. He will describe how the course was designed, first run in 2009 for ACS then adapted for three university programs on two continents, using Australian developed software. Tom will discuss how ICT sustainability can be integrated into the workplace and provided on-line globally. See: http://www.tomw.net.au/technology/it/evolving_international_online_course/
Tom Worthington is an computer professional and designer of higher education courses. He consults to government and teaches for the Australian National University and ACS Virtual College. Tom is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the ANU Research School of Computer Science, a member of the ANU Climate Change and Energy Change Institutes. He was Canberra ICT Educator of the Year for 2010. Tom blogs on education issues as "The Higher Education Whisperer" and more generally as "The Net Traveler". He is a Fellow, Honorary Life Member, Certified Computer Professional and Past President of the Australian Computer Society, a Voting member of the ACM and member of the IEEE-CS. See: http://tomw.net.au/
The presentation will be repeated for the ACS ICT Sustainability SIG, 6:30pm, 4 November 2015, in Sydney.

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