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Moodlemoot NZ 2011 next week

Moodle logoWith only a few days until Moodlemoot 2011 I thought I would write a bit about what to expect (in addition to a good time).

Guest International Keynote Speakers:

  • Martin Dougiamas – a man who needs no introduction in the Moodle community; Martin will be presenting remotely on “Where 2.0 now?”
  • Gavin Henrick of Remote-Learner in Canada and Enovation Solutions in Ireland – Gavin will be sharing his experiences with us in his keynote “Moodle from multiple perspectives”

There will be a great range of presentations throughout the conference, including technical sessions like Dan Marsden’s talk on “Crot and Turnitin: plagiarism detection tools” and school sessions like “Moodle and Teaching as Inquiry” with Mark Osborne.
Perhaps the best bit on the programme – “Open Space” – time for ‘user generated’ discussion – it’s led by you! and the conversation can go anywhere.

As usual, we will have workshops running the day before the two day conference.

  • Mobile Moodle workshop with Thom Cochrane and Vickel Narayan
  • Beginning Moodle Administration with Teresa Gibbison
  • Moodle foundation – essentials for newer users with Miriam Laidlaw
  • Using Moodle in NZ schools with Anton Coltham and Jacqui Land

The conference dinner, a not to be missed experience, will be held at “The Floating Pavilion” at the Viaduct.

If you haven’t already registered this is really the last chance, so go to the online registration form here now. I look forward to seeing you there!

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