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STEM 2021: On Demand

A unique, online, on demand event bringing Australian educators and STEM professionals TED-style talks from world-renowned experts on creativity, innovation and STEM.

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STEM 2021: On Demand is Now Live!

STEM 2021 is a FREE, online event bringing together Australia’s and the world’s leading experts on innovation creativity and STEM.

The on demand content includes keynote presentations, EdTalks, workshops, case studies, online forums, a virtual expo and a whole lot more! This event is ideal for teachers, students, parents, professionals, and STEM enthusiasts alike.

Registrations are now open >>>

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Save the date for STEM 2022

Monday 18 July 2022

Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley and on demand online.

STEM 2022 will be back in July next year! Get ready for a hybrid experience with a live in-person event to be held in the beautiful Hunter Valley alongside an online, on demand content platform. Keynote speakers confirmed for the live event so far include:

  • Dr Karl Kruszelnicki – much loved Aussie science communicator and media personality
  • Nathan Towney – UON Pro Vice-Chancellor – Indigenous Strategy and Leadership, Teacher and proud Wiradjuri man

Making the most of STEM 2021: On Demand

STEM 2021 is an ‘On Demand’ platform that will be live all year until 31 December 2021. This means you can access the content at any time you like – 24/7 until the end of the year! 

Here are some easy ways to find the content that is most relevant for you or your colleagues. 

  • Use the search bar to find content on a particular topic or presentation 
  • Click the Category drop-down box to explore different categories such as science, technology, engineering,  mathematics, primary education.
  • Also use the Category drop-down box to explore by video type (keynote, EdTalk,  workshop or case study)
  • Click the filter buttons to explore videos by industry sector
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