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IT: A Womens Journey

Every human has a journey. Everybody has a story.

Registration End Date: Fri, 23 Mar, 12:00 PM

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  • Stardust Room, Illawarra Master Builders Club
    61 Church Street
    Wollongong NSW 2520
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  • Event Start: Mon, 26 Mar, 05:45 PM
    Event Finish: Mon, 26 Mar, 07:30 PM
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<span style="font-family: times new roman,serif;"><span style="font-size: 12.0pt;">Dr Helen Hasan is Professor of Information Systems at the Australian Health Services Research Institute at the University of Wollongong located and the Start-up Founder of Living Connected located in the iAccelerate Centre, Innovation Campus, of UoW.</span></span><br><span style="font-family: times new roman,serif;"><span style="font-size: 12.0pt;">Few have had the variety and changes of her career – come hear her story</span></span>


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Relationship management (RLMT) - 4

Keynote Speaker

Helen Margaret Hasan

Helen Margaret Hasan

Prof Helen Hasan consults, investigates and publishes extensively in Information Systems and related areas of Knowledge Management and Human Computer Interaction while managing a Usability Laboratory (ATUL) at the university Using frameworks based on Complex and Activity Theories her research falls into two themes: the Grey and the Green. Her Grey projects investigate the use of IT by the elderly for their social wellbeing. Her ?Green? theme takes a holistic approach to IS support for sustainable development. Helen leads national and international special interest groups on Green IS. Helen has received the University Award for Research Student Supervisor of the Year (2012), for Interdisciplinary Research Excellence (2015) and for for Community Engagement (2017). Helen's latest venture is a start-up social business, Living Connected, resident at iAccelerate which assists older people to use computers and remain digitally included in modern society.

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61 Church Street,Wollongong,NSW,Australia

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