Most Moodlers will already be aware of this, but if you are not aware of, or are just moving to Moodle, or even just thinking about it (it is after all open source and free), this conference is a must:
What: A Moodle Moot is a conference all about Moodle. The theme for Canada Moot 2015 is Connecting with Moodle. There are three streams:
- Stream #1:How it works / Moodle mode d’emploi
- Stream #2: Making it work / Moodle en contexte
- Stream #3: New ways of working / Nouvelles approches
Some presentations are in French, some are in English and some are bilingual.
Where: Université de Montréal & Polytechnique Montréal in partnership with Canadian Moodle communities. Organized by Open2Know.ca (Moodle authorised partner).
When: Pre conference:Tuesday, October 20, 2015; Conference: Wednesday, October 21 – Friday, October 23, 2015
Who: Keynotes include:
- Martin Dougiamas (the founder of Moodle)
- Samantha Slade (PercoLab)
- Yves Otis (Percolab)
- Dave Cormier, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
- Bonnie Stewart, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
- Jeff Wilson, Executive Director, BrilliantLabs.ca
How: Call for presenters: click here. This als
o gives a good idea of who has already submitted papers and the topics.
Register here. Fees vary from C$49 for a pre-conference half-day workshop to C$469 for the full conference. There is online access at lower fees than for the onsite attendance.