The Moodlemoot AU 2014 call for abstracts will close on 10th March, so if you haven't submitted yours yet better get a wriggle on!
What is a Moot?
A Moodlemoot is a conference dedicated to the users, developers and administrators of the popular open-source Learning Management System (LMS) Moodle. Keeping the Australian Moodlemoot tradition alive, Moodlemoot AU will provide delegates with the opportunity to share, learn, collaborate and network with others within the Moodle community.
Moodlemoot also provides a valuable evaluation opportunity for those considering moving to Moodle from their existing LMS. Choose from a wide range of Masterclasses, workshops and plenary sessions led by Moodle experts eager to share their knowledge.
Why attend Moodlemoot AU?
At Moodlemoot AU, our main aim is to bring together the Moodle community to enable sharing, collaboration and the exchanging of ideas and experiences. We want each and every one of our delegates to be engaged and active during the conference, and the entire process of organising the conference is done in such a way as to support this ideal from active question and answer panel sessions to hands on workshops and in-depth masterclasses.
- Ask your questions to presenters and participate in team-based collaboration efforts to solve very specific educational challenges.
- Build your network, as a delegate you will spend your time interacting with like-minded people from the Moodle Community. Swap ideas with peers from all education sectors.
- Get access to valuable resources, download the presentation materials shared by presenters in the conference hub. Attend keynote presentations and workshops and learn from leading Moodle experts and international thought leaders.
- Share knowledge and Moodle solutions with your peers. Moodlemoot AU is all about learning. After three huge days you will walk away with insights and ideas that will serve as a basis for your eLearning programs.
The call for abstracts for Moodlemoot AU 2014 is now open!
Head over to the abstracts page to fill out a submission form.
(Edited by Sian Burton - original submission Wednesday, December 4, 2013, 11:47 AM)