ICT in Education Victoria is the pre-eminent Victorian professional association that provides support and leadership to all educators in the use of ICT in teaching and learning. ICTEV is a professional education body that aims to provide exemplary professional services to members and a vibrant, expert presence within the Victorian educational community. ICTEV promotes ICT within all levels of education and advocates the positive role ICT plays in enhancing teaching and learning.

For nearly 30 years ICTEV has been dedicated to the support of Victorian teachers by introducing and developing strategies for the use of the computer in the classroom, and to use ICT tools in appropriate and effective ways for the development of student outcomes.

ICT in Education Victoria supports teachers and educators working across the curriculum, in all sectors of Victorian education: including secondary teachers across all curriculum areas; primary classroom teachers and specialists; managers of learning technologies in secondary and primary schools; principals and school leadership teams; school network managers and technicians; and tertiary ICT educators and consultants. Membership is drawn from the state, catholic and independent school sectors.

The state council and committees of ICTEV include secondary and primary school teachers and IT leaders from all Victorian school sectors as well as leading ICT staff from university faculties of education, and DEECD and CEO metropolitan and regional representatives.

ICT in Education Victoria is the Victorian member of the national peak body, the Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE), with membership links to the industry body Australian Computer Society (ACS) and the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). Two ICTEV state councillors sit on the IFIP Technical Committee's Research and Primary Working Groups.

ICTEV supports and promotes best practice through its publications and participation in innovative projects with the Technology Education Federation of Australia (TEFA), participation in ACEC (Australian ICT in Education conference) and WCCE (World Conference in Computer Education), and publications through the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). ICTEV supports school-based innovation, research and teacher education through the ICTEV Teacher of the Year and ICTEV Leader of the Year Awards and grants. It is a matter of pride that during the last four years, four Victorian educators won the national award highlighting the high calibre of Victorian teachers.

Our Mission

ICT in Education Victoria is a professional educational body that aims to provide the following:

  • Exemplary professional services to members,
  • A vibrant, expert presence within the Victorian educational community,
  • Promotion of information communication technologies within all levels of education,
  • Advocacy of the positive role information communication technologies plays in enhancing teaching and learning.

Our Services

In order to achieve our mission we provide a range of high quality services to our members and the wider education community.

These services include:

  • A vibrant and innovative web presence,
  • A print presence through a range of regular publications,
  • Educational community liaison,
  • Networking with decision makers,
  • An annual conference
  • Professional development programs,
  • The facilitation and dissemination of research into information communication technologies in teaching and learning,
  • Support of members' use of information communication technologies, Membership of the Australian Council of Computers in Education (ACCE).

About ACCE


The Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE) is the national professional body for those involved in the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in education. It strives to encourage and maintain a level of excellence in this field of endeavour throughout Australia.

Each Australian state / territory has an independent association, a Computers in Education Group (CEG) that advances the professional development of its members. The Council members are the state / territory based CEGs and the Australian Computer Society.

ACCE publishes the journal Australian Educational Computing and authorizes the Australian computers in Education Conferences. It is affiliated to the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), the Technology Education Federation of Australia Ltd (TEFA) and the National Education Forum (NEF). Through the ACS, it is also linked to the education committee of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP).

The purposes of ACCE are:

  • To establish and maintain a national professional association representing the users of computers in education in Australia.
  • To establish, maintain and provide a representative national voice for member associations.
  • To provide a common forum for member associations.
  • To cooperate and / or liaise with relevant organizations at local, state, national and international levels.
  • To faciliate and provide mechanisms for the dissemination of information in relation to the uses of computers in education.
  • To provide support for member associations.
  • To organize and conduct conferences, seminars and or other programs.
  • To organize and / or publish publications with a national focus.
  • Increase the community awareness of the roles of computers in education.

ACCE Members

CEGACT - cegact.act.edu.au
Computer Education Group of Australian Capital Territory

CEGSA - cegsa.editme.com
Computers in Education Group of South Australia
ECAWA - ecawa.asn.au
Educational Computing Association of Western Australia
ICTEV - ictev.vic.edu.au
ICT in Education Victoria
ITEANT - schools.nt.edu.au/iteant
Information Technology Educators Association of Northern Territory
NSWCEG - nswceg.org.au
New South Wales Computers in Education Group
QSITE - qsite.edu.au
Queensland Society for Information Technology in Education
TASITE - tasite.tas.edu.au
Tasmanian Society for Information Technology in Education

The ninth member of ACCE is the Australian Computer Society (ACS), a professional body for the ICT industry. acs.org.au

Collectively the member associations represent 3,000 educators and education institutions. These members are K-12 teachers with an interest in the use of ICT in education and teachers of the formal Information Technology or Computing Studies subjects at secondary level.

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