Carol is an inspirational speaker and educator with extensive knowledge and experience in implementing videoconferencing, web conferencing and social media technologies for learning and business. Her style is passionate and her message is easy to understand. Carol will customise your presentation or workshop from her various topics.

Carol is available for customised keynote presentations, half and full day seminars and consulting. Photos and bio can be downloaded here.

She draws from a variety of topic themes – no two presentations are the same. The themes include:

  • Videoconferencing
  • Learning Technologies
  • Professional Learning Networks (PLNs)
  • Twitter as a Professional Learning Tool (Research & practical)
  • The Future of Learning
  • Social Media for Learning
  • Social Media for Small Business/Not-for-profits

Email Carol to discuss a topic to suit your audience.

Past Presentations

If you’d like to see Carol present, she’s on the program at the following conferences. Some of them have archived presentations after the event. Some have presentation slides linked.


AIM NSW 2014 Course Launch, 10 October, Sydney: A Vision of Learning

MobiLearnAsia 2013, 4 October, Singapore: Effective Teaching via Videoconference (workshop)

MobiLearnAsia 2013, 2-3 October, Singapore: The Value of a Professional Learning Network (PLN)

Inner West Small Business Expo, 16 August, Strathfield: Checklist for Online Capability (View slides)

Randwick Council, 2 July, Sydney: What is eBusiness? (View blog post & slides)


Online Educa, 28-30 November, Berlin: Create Your Own Personal Learning Network (View slides)

AIM Queensland 2013 Course Launch, 19 October, Brisbane: Where will current trends take learning? (View slides)

Social Media for Not for Profits Conference, 28 & 29 March 2012, Melbourne: Social Media: The good, the bad & the ugly (View slides)

The Education Revolution in Action, 25 – 27 June 2012, Brisbane: The Machine Stops: Where to From Here? (View slides)

Social Media in Higher Education Conference, 26-27 June 2012, Sydney: Learning in 140 Characters: Microblogging for professional learning amongst educators (View slides)


LearnX, 14 & 15 September, Brisbane: Learning in 140 characters: The use of microblogging for professional learning (View slides)

National Teaching & Learning Forum, 28 & 29 September, Sydney: Engaging students in the learning experience (View slides)


How can Social Media benefit our business?: A series of presentations in Brisbane (10 Aug), Sydney (11 Aug) & Melbourne (12 Aug) (View slides)

LearnIT: Part of the World Computer Congress, 20-23 September, Brisbane : Vision of the Future: Where will eLearning be in 2020? (View slides)


WNA Lunch: Guest Speaker, 19 March, Brisbane, Australia

DIVERSE Conference: 24-26 June, Wales. Keynote presentation: Visual Communication: From zoopraxiscope to YouTube (View slides)

Learning Technologies Conference: mid-November, Mooloolaba, Australia

Online Educa: 2-4 December, Berlin


LearnX, 12-13 June, Melbourne, Australia

AMSRS: Online Qualitative Research – Web 2.0 and Other Trends, 7 August, Sydney, Australia

Elevate, August 24-27, Banff, Canada. Keynote presentation: I can see clearly now: Videoconferencing past, present & future

Learning Technologies Conference, 5-7 November, Mooloolaba, Australia

VITTA, November 24 – 26, Melbourne, Australia


VideoFunet Conference, 10-11 May, Tampere, Finland. Keynote presentation: How future development will affect teaching and learning.

EDEN Annual Conference, 13-16 June, Naples, Italy

QUESTnet, 9-13 July, Cairns, Australia

LearnX, 26-27 July, Sydney, Australia

Learning Technologies Conference, 14-16 November, Mooloolaba, Australia

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