B4B Forum 2016 Presentations & Resources

We are grateful to Speakers for making available their presentations and workshop resources as delivered during the 2016 Broadband for the Bush Forum (June 8-9).

We hope this will serve to further discussion and maintain the momentum towards achieving digital inclusion for remote and regional Australia.

Apolline Kohen, Chair, Forum Committee Opening Remarks
Stephen Jones MP Opening Address
Indigenous Focus Day Address, Heron Loban, Moderator – Indigenous Focus Day Indigenous Focus Day
nbn Sky MusterTM update, Gavin Williams, NBN Co Keynote
1.8 Million people in 6 years: lessons from digital inclusion programmes in the UK, Helen Milner OBE, CEO, Tinder Foundation Keynote
Crook in the Bush: Why broadband matters to health outcomes, Martin Laverty, CEO, RFDS Keynote
Creating opportunity in the outback with digital marketing, Ashley Rees, Unleashed Multimedia Digital Adaptation in Business
Cattle and pasture production data without the sweat!, Sally Leigo, CRC for Remote Economic Participation/NT DPI Digital Adaptation in Business
Smart phones on remote farms – is there an app for that?, JoAnn Resing, Qld Dept of Agriculture & Fisheries + App List Digital Adaptation in Business
Digital Champion – Off the Track Training, Joy McClymont, Off the Track Training (tbc) Digital Adaptation in Business
Workshop: Tell your story with Virtual Reality, Kevin Wright, Deep Creek Digital + 360 Video Resource Digital Adaptation in Business
GoDigi: National Year of Digital Inclusion, Brendan Fitzgerald, Infoxchange Digital Inclusion
Better Internet for Rural, Regional and Remote Australia – Results from the Regional Internet Access Survey, Rachel Hay, JCU/BIRRR Digital inclusion
The Use and Experience of Broadband by Remote Communities, Tony Bundrock, CEO Australian Networks Digital inclusion
The social living labs methodology for fostering digital participation in regional and rural Australian communities, Dr Michael Dezuanni, QUT (tbc) Digital Inclusion
Hitnet – bridging the digital divide, Julie Gibson, Helen Travers & Nickeema Williams, Hitnet Digital Inclusion
Community management of public internet wifi hotspots, Jennifer McFarland & Leyla Iten, CAYLUS (tbc) Digital Inclusion
Are we asking the right questions of our digital future?, Dr Matt Finch, Creative in Residence, SLQ (ResourceReadings 1 & Readings 2) Digital Inclusion
TeleHealth – presentations uploaded soon (tbc) Future of Services
What is connectedness in the outback? Amber Marshall, UQ Future of Services
Think Digital Coach Project, Tim Gentle Future of Services
The role of libraries in bridging the digital divide, Deb Miles, SLQ Future of Services
Remote Telecommunications Strategy, Una Lawrence, Director of Policy, ACCAN Policy for Better Outcomes
Towards a framework for a Remote Telecommunications Strategy (RTS): Ideas to consider about Everyday Digital Skills, Michelle Williams & Paul Sutton, Digital Learning Futures (tbc) Policy for Better Outcomes
Digital innovation, community collaboration, economic regeneration: The development of Goulburn free public wi-fi, Dr Christopher Wilson & Ian McShane, RMIT (tbc) Policy for Better Outcomes
Digital Culture, diversity and public libraries: the new third place of citizenship, Dr Danielle Ray Wyatt  Policy for Better Outcomes
Cyber safety in remote Aboriginal communities: Digital literacy and algorithmic governance, Dr Eleanor Hogan & A/Prof Ellie Rennie, Swinburne Uni Policy for Better Outcomes
Where is the Advocacy for Digital Services in the Bush?, Dr Greg Leach, AgForce QLD Policy for Better Outcomes