IT Leaders: Predicating and Adapting to Private Education’s New Norm

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Virtual Roundtable

Wednesday, November 18th, 12:30 MYT

An exclusive online discussion for IT and education executives in Malaysia.


IT Leaders: Predicating and Adapting to Private Education’s New Norm 

The recent crisis has been a powerful catalyst for societal change that has served to underscore the critical importance of connectivity. Technology enabling a connected world along with the innovation in network connectivity is now on full display and few of the adaptations to how people work, study and socialise today would be possible without it.

The abrupt move towards remote learning has thrown up many immediate challenges for IT leaders in educational institutions. At the same time, a more cyber vulnerable world has emerged where the safeguarding personal information and data is of paramount importance. As unique new opportunities arise, one significant risk remains: the critical need for people to protect themselves online, and IT decision-makers of today must be prepared for these upcoming threats.

  • How are IT leaders making use of technology to their advantage to combat Covid-19 in private education?
  • In what ways are connectivity and access to modern education tools now vital in the private education landscape?
  • What will the future of private education in Malaysia look like? Will it change as a result of the pandemic?

Attended by:

Dean at Lincoln University College
Deputy Dean of Faculty of Pharmacy at Mahsa University
Principal at Kolej Tuanku Ja’afar
Principal at Sayfol International School
Head at Tenby Schools
Head of Secondary Operations at Kolej Tuanku Jaafar
Head of Middle & Senior Schools at Australian International School 
Head of Year 1 at Tenby International School Setia Eco Park
Head of Facilities Services  at Sunway Education Group
Head of Computing at The Alice Smith School
Director at International Islamic University College 
Director of Academic Affairs at Quest International University
Manager of IT Operations at Marlborough College 
Manager of ICT at IGB International School
Digital Learning Coach at Garden International School

12:20 pm:  Guests to check-in online
12:30 pm:  Welcome by The Ortus Club
12:35 pm:  Short address from Telstra
12:45 pm:  Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
2:00 pm:  End of session

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Wednesday, November 18, 2020 12:30

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