Speakers

Keynote

Genevieve Bell

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Genevieve Bell
Photo: Tegan Osborne (ABC)

Professor Bell joined the ANU’s College of Engineering and Computer Science in February 2017, after having spent the past 18 years in Silicon Valley helping guide Intel’s product development by developing the company’s social science and design research capabilities.

Prof Bell now heads the newly established Autonomy, Agency and Assurance (3A) Institute, launched in September 2017 by the ANU in collaboration with CSIRO’s Data61, in building a new applied science around the management of artificial intelligence, data, technology and their impact on humanity.

Lightning Talks

There will be around nine speakers from our community presenting Lightning Talks – three from each Network. We’ll add details as the presentations are selected. Want to present? Complete this form and submit by Monday 2 April.

Workshops

Lynda Kelly

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Lynda Kelly

Director, LyndaKellyNetworks
LyndaKellyNetworks is a consultancy specialising in audience research, digital production and learning across the cultural sector and government. Lynda has worked in state and federal Government for over 35 years and in the cultural industry for 30 years.

Jonny Brownbill

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Jonny Brownbill

Online Development Manager, Museums Victoria
Jonny has been delivering online and network connected projects and services for cultural organisations for the past 20 years. His experience spans from the early days of the web, through networked audio-visual streaming into large museums, to apps and experiences for the always on devices our millions of visitors carry into our spaces. In his current role, Jonny oversees the development and day-to-day operation of the museum’s corporate and venue websites, ensuring visitors and stakeholders have access to information and services relevant to their needs.

Andrew Hiskens

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Andrew Hiskens

Manager, Learning Services, State Library of Victoria
Development and management of the Library’s Learning Services Division and its program offerings – onsite, offsite and online. His responsibilities have at different times covered education, exhibitions, publishing, public programmes, marketing and literary programming. Prior to that, Andrew worked at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and for the National Trust of Australia (Victoria). He is interested in the intersection of libraries, learning, technology and ideas.

Linda Angeloni

Linda Angeloni

Project Manager, Learning Services, State Library of Victoria
Linda has worked in programming and content design for over 10 years. Most recently she oversaw the redevelopment of the soon to be re-launched Inside a Dog website. Having worked for many years in education prior to working at State Library Victoria, she designs collaborative processes and programs with and for young people. She also developed the consultation process run with children and teens which informed the Library’s upcoming Vision 2020 building redevelopment. She is currently on a staff fellowship mapping the relationship between heritage pictorial collections and the needs of children, families and early years educators.​