Tom Worthington

TomW Communications Pty Ltd

is a certified computer professional who acts as a consultant, expert witness in court cases and advises governments and companies. He is a course designer and teacher for vocational and postgraduate university courses on green ICT, the design of web sites, e-commerce and professional ethics. Tom blogs on education issues as "The Higher Education Whisperer" and more generally as "The Net Traveller". In 1999 he was elected a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society for his contribution to the development of public Internet policy.

In addition, Tom has an interest in architecture, environmental design, energy and water saving technology. His award winning e-learning course and ebook "ICT Sustainability: Assessment and Strategies for a Low Carbon Future" is used by universities in Australia and North America. He has been invited as a guest lecturer on the effects of ICT on urban design and smart apartment design in European and Australian institutions.

Tom is an information technology professional, with 23 years experience. He writes about buying and selling on the net, e-commerce, net business, people using the Internet and travel.

Tom Worthington FACS CP has successfully completed the Australian Computer Society Certified Professional Certification requirements and is recognised as a Certified Professional: ACS Membership Number: 1022873, Certificate ID: 20197057294014, Valid through December 31, 2012Tom is a Past President of the Australian Computer Society, a Fellow, Honorary Life Member, Certified Computer Professional with Cover of Excellence (Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation). Also he is a voting member of the Association for Computing Machinery and a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

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