TASITE (http://www.tasite.tas.edu.au) is a Tasmanian association for teachers and allied professionals using computers in education. It's membership ranges in disciplines across the curriculum, from Early Childhood to the Tertiary sector, and includes librarians, technical and other support personnel.
TASITE was established in 1991 (then known as CESIGT) from the amalgamation of long standing regional groups. Their objectives are to promote knowledge of the applications of information technology in teaching and learning and to play a role in teachers' professional development.
TASITE organises workshops, talks by guest speakers and site visits to educational and support establishments. They promote professional communication through an on-line discussion list, a contact database of interested members' skills and membership of state, national and international associations.
TASITE was set up as a Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Australian Computer Society and the Tasmanian member of the Australian Council for Computers in Education, the umbrella body for state groups and national representative at international forums. It is also a member of NEAT (Network of Educational Associations Tasmania) and ISTE (International Society for Technology Education).