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Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions inspire Queenslanders to embrace technology

Digital advocates from across business, industry, social and regional communities have been selected as Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions.

The champions will inspire Queenslanders to embrace technology in their everyday lives and improve digital adoption across the state.

Advance Queensland recognises that the digital world is an integral part of Queensland’s economic and social fabric, one that needs to be embraced in order to develop tomorrow’s innovators, create jobs of the future, attract investment, build the state’s prosperity and improve the lives and lifestyles of all Queenslanders.

Champions were selected as part of the Advance Queensland program to improve Queenslanders digital literacy, digital adoption and inspire digital innovation.

Champions will share their stories, innovations, activities and experience via the Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions program website, and, in doing so, inspire more Queenslanders to become both users and creators of technology.

Champions include seniors helping their community learn how to use digital technology and engage with each other online, and students who are mentoring and encouraging other students to innovate with technology.

Other Champions are researching mobile health innovation for the prevention of cardio disease, helping to preserve indigenous Queensland languages through an App, and using digital technology to improve business processes, access global markets and share knowledge.

You can find these Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions in the Community Care, Health, Tourism, Manufacturing and Education sectors. They include multicultural and indigenous Queenslanders, and span 10 different regions from South East Queensland to Far North Queensland.

Strike up a conversation with these inspiring champions at Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions.

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Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Australia (CC BY-ND 3.0)
Last updated
18 July, 2017

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