Opinion letter in response to Too Many STEM and IT graduates 7 Sept 2015 NotTooManyITGraduates.pdf
Summary report by Executive Officer concerning strategies and principles to influence policymakers who are not scientists and have a political focus
Council approved ACDICT Engagement Policy 2014
Letter on 457 Integrity review sent to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection
Revised Action Plan re ICT Skills V3
Revised Action Plan re ICT Skills V2
The Council endorsed Action Plan re ICT Skills
Senator Chris Evans hosted a forum attended by the ACDICT President, Leon Sterling, and where the following papers were presented:
ALTC/OLT ICT Project 2013: Addressing ICT curriculum recommendations from surveys of academics, workplace graduates and employers
Project carried out by UOW (lead), Murdoch, Swinburne and UQ with authors: Tony Koppi, Philip Ogunbona, Jocelyn Armarego, Paul Bailes, Peter Hyland, Tanya McGill, Fazel Naghdy, GolshahNaghdy, Chris Pilgrim and Madeleine Roberts
ACDICT submitted a response focusing on the education needs – August 2012
ACDICT has submitted a response to Minister Chris Evans on this final report.
ACDICT has submitted a response to this CSP consultation.
ACDICT has submitted comments on the Draft ERA 2012 Discipline Matrix
ACDICT has submitted a response to the ERA Consultation
ACDICT has submitted a base funding review proposal intended for further discussion with DEEWR.
ACDICT submitted a response to the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Bill 2011.
Press release following the Annual Council Meeting in Hobart, 25-26 July 2011
Press release by 9 Councils of Deans regarding closure of the Australian Learning and Teaching Council, 01/02/2011
Press release on creation of the ACDICT Learning and Teaching Academy (ALTA), 31/01/2011
Press release following the inaugural ACDICT Learning and Teaching Forum, Sydney, 5 - 6 July, 2010.
Press release concerning work-integrated learning from a survey of ICT graduates, 8 September 2009
Press release following the Annual Council Meeting; Swinburne 23 - 24 July 2009
This letter represents the views of 9 Councils of Deans regarding the closure of the Australian Learning and Teaching Council, 07/02/2011
A follow up letter to the PM was sent on16/03/11
The second letter resulted in a meeting in Canberra on 31 May with John Spierings, the PM's senior advisor, and Andrew Chambers, Chris Evan's senior advisor to discuss the briefing paper prepared by 4 representatives (including ACDICT) of the Councils of Deans
The report of the Canberra meeting shows that it was successful and offers a role for the Councils of Deans as a member of the board (or equivalent) in the new form of the 'ALTC' within DEEWR
Our response to Skills Australia's questions on the SOL indicates that we expect the general ICT skills shortage to be further exacerbated by expected trends.
The ACDICT submission to the Consultation Paper: Strengthening the AQF, was concerned with seeking clarification of conversion degrees.
Utilising ICT to change the world: videos from graduates and employers on innovative ICT jobs
The Executive Summary of the ICT project is also available
The Memorandum of Agreement between ACDICT and ACED gives the background and joint management of the Engineering and ICT network
The Discipline Support document developed with the ALTC shows the project activities of the Engineering and ICT network over three years (starting July 2009) and the funding involved.