Schedule

Welcome to the iMoot 2013 online schedule. As you can see from below, this years schedule is the biggest yet!

For full access to this great 4 day program either click here to Register or if you are already registered, click here for the Attendees area

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jue 23 may05:00 Open Development in an Open World
Presenter : Mike Churchward (Canadá)

jue 23 may06:30 Session A-01 Real world corporate use of the Totara distribution of Moodle
Presenter : Austen Sinclair (Nueva Zelandia)

Inland Revenue (NZ’s Tax department) was in April 2011 an early adopter of the Totara distribution of Moodle. It was an install over the top of our already mature Moodle 1.9 site. This presentation...

Session B-01 How Marking Guides Changed My Life
Presenter : Caryl Gordon (Estados Unidos)

Grading activities has always been a double-edged sword. It is exciting to see how students interpret the material and grow throughout the semester. However, I find myself typing the same feedback ...

jue 23 may08:00 Session A-02 Let's Collaborate - One Year Later
Presenter : Heidi Blair (Estados Unidos)

A new name and a new misson, one year later the Online Resource Center is now the Professional Learning Library (PLL). Our mash-up of Drupal and Mooldle has continued to evolve and we have learned ...

Session B-02 It's Play School - Using the communication tools
Presenter : Jane Lally (Australia)
Presenter : Judi Gowing (Australia)
Presenter : Marie-louise Geary (Australia)

Come along and have a play. Learn about forums, chat, messaging, Dialogue, blogs and avatars.

jue 23 may09:30 Session A-03 How to guarantee your change is integrated to Moodle core
Presenter : Dan Poltawski (Australia)

As Moodle is open source, you can easily customise it for the needs of your insituation as you see fit. But the best benefits for the community come from when everyone shares their own changes back...

Session B-03 Using Plagiarism plug-ins in the Assignment, Workshop, Forum ...
Presenter : Dan Marsden (Nueva Zelandia)

A demonstration on using the plagiarism plugins Turnitin, Compilatio, Urkund with the Assignment, Workshop and Forum modules in Moodle.

jue 23 may11:00 Session A-04 Delivering fully online classes to Post Grad Business students
Presenter : Andrew Chambers (Australia)

How can Moodle, and the use of open resources for training and support resources, help students and help you build strength with your program offering?

What do business students want in an online ...

Session B-04 Achieving accessibility in mathematics and other scientific fields
Presenter : Carles Aguilo (España)

This presentation deals with a topic often forgotten in the web contents and tools.

We'll present the state of the art for web accessibility in general and in Moodle, plus we'll introduce a new ...

jue 23 may12:30 Session A-05 Using Moodle for teacher professional learning
Presenter : Nigel Mitchell (Australia)

The ASTA Online Professional Learning Portal was established using Moodle 2.1 at moodle.asta.edu.au in September 2011 to be a site for teachers of science to locate and share courses and resources....

Session B-05 Can there be a template for online learning?
Presenter : Lindy Klein (Australia)

We all want our online learning offerings to be engaging and high quality experiences for our students. Is there a template that can help us achieve this? Be prepared for an active audience ...
jue 23 may14:00 Session A-06 Plugin Primer: Developing your first Moodle plugin.
Presenter : Priya Ramakrishnan (Australia)

This session will explain the essentials for developing your First Moodle plugin. Will take you through the sequence of steps involved in creating the moodle plugin.
Session B-06 Sloodling and Moodling in a virtual world
Presenter : Miriam Laidlaw (Nueva Zelandia)

Looking at the (open source) Sloodle module for Moodle, specifically using it with Moodle 2.4. Sloodle stands for Simulation Linked Object Orientated Dynamic Learning Environment, and is a bridge ...

jue 23 may15:30 Session A-07 Vanilla is not the only flavour
Presenter : Gordon McLeod (Reino Unido)

This presentation will be an overview of some custom tweaks that I've made to Moodle over the past few years to make it easier and more engaging for staff and students. It's not an in-depth coding ...

Session B-07 Recording Video with YouTube
Presenter : Justin Hunt (Japón)

Recent developments in Moodle, and sponsored plugin development have seen three YouTube recording plugins developed in the last 12 months.These are

  • the YouTube Assignment submission
  • the YouTube...
jue 23 may17:00 Keynote 2 - Moodle 2.5
Presenter : Martin Dougiamas (Australia)

jue 23 may18:30 Session A-08 Being Mr Moodle...
Presenter : Ben Wagner (Reino Unido)

A presentation of the perils and pitfalls of being "Mr Moodle" for an educational institution.

I'll be going through the things I've found out, both as a Mr Moodle in a school and while working ...

Session B-08 META eLearning
Presenter : Kristina Hollis (Australia)

The paper, META eLearning, details four elements in a framework for best practice design and development of instruction and the extension of elearning using open source technology and open ...

jue 23 may20:00 Session A-09 Moodle Addons: Adding your technological distinctiveness to ...
Presenter : Anthony Borrow (Estados Unidos)

Take your Moodle installation where no admin has gone before. Boldly explore how to find and install plugins. Learn how to assimilate plugins into your Moodle installation. Become an active part of...

Session B-09 Power of Peer Assessment with Workshop
Presenter : Simi Shah (Brunei Darussalam)

How you can use the workshop module to maximise student assessment both through peer and self assessment.

Items to be covered:

  • Creating the assessment
  • Creating the marking rubric
  • Allocation ...
jue 23 may21:30 Session A-10 Opening Moodle through Custom Modules
Presenter : Nicole Harris (Estados Unidos)

Moodle out of the box provides the basic functionality to manage courses; however, our faculty do require some additional features to teach more effectively. Many courses include group projects ...

Session B-10 Added value of Mahoodle in learning
Presenter : Sigi Jakob Kuhn (Alemania)

Moodle is a place where a group of learners gets together to communicate, cooperate, collaborate. The single learner does not really own his/her learning in the course, it it is kept closely within...

jue 23 may23:00 Session A-11 Building with Bootstrap: Integrating Moodle with Bootstrap
Presenter : Bas Brands (Holanda)

The twitter Bootstrap project has gained a lot of popularity and might be elected open source project of the year 2013. Over in Paul Hibbitts presentation you can follow the guided tour of using ...

Session B-11 What next for the Moodle quiz and question bank?
Presenter : Tim Hunt (Reino Unido)

I'm afraid that if you come to this session, you are going to have do to the work!

I am going to ask the question above, and I want you to tell me your suggestions. I will then try to moderate a ...

vie 24 may00:30 Break Session - Come get caffeinated

This session is set up to provide attendees a chance for a break. Like a Morning Tea (Australian term) or Coffee Break in a conference. Your encouraged to grab a coffee and join us just to mingle ...

vie 24 may02:00 Session A-13 Using Gamification to Increase Course Engagement and Autonomy of...
Presenter : Thomas Wilson (Estados Unidos)

I provide online courses for non-traditional students, namely, persons who are ordered by a court or agency to complete a specialized class such as anger management, alcohol/drug awareness, or DUI ...

Session B-01 How Marking Guides Changed My Life
Presenter : Caryl Gordon (Estados Unidos)

Grading activities has always been a double-edged sword. It is exciting to see how students interpret the material and grow throughout the semester. However, I find myself typing the same feedback ...

vie 24 may03:30 Session A-14 Dissection of a Gamified Moodle Course
Presenter : Julian Ridden (Australia)

With all this talk about the Theory of Game based learning, this session invites you to a dissection of an existing course that has been used successfully for just this purpose. Come see how a Game...

Session B-14 Reflecting on creating a Provincial Moodle Site for Teachers: ...
Presenter : Solange Lalonde (Canadá)

The great thing about thinking "big" and having grandiose ideas about helping teachers is that the sky is really the limit, especially when it comes to using Moodle!

I’m going to share the process...

vie 24 may05:00 Keynote 3 - Learning by doing
Presenter : Rebecca Barrington (Reino Unido)

vie 24 may06:30 Session A-15 Playing with Moodle's Most Popular Plugins
Presenter : Anthony Borrow (Estados Unidos)

This presentation will explore some of the more popular Moodle plugins to give folks an idea of what others are doing with their Moodle sites. For teachers, it may provide you with some creative ...

Session B-15 Moodle4Educators: Connecting You To Other Moodlers
Presenter : Karrie Anne Vitti (Estados Unidos)
Presenter : Natalie Denmeade (Australia)

Come one come all to the unveiling of a unique Moodle community. Grab a glass of champagne and join us in toasting as we launch during iMoot 2013! Moodle4Educators goal is to create special area ...

vie 24 may08:00 Session A-16 Plugin Management: Installing plugins and common problems to ...
Presenter : Phillip Bennett (Australia)

Session B-16 Tips and tricks for using SCORM in Moodle
Presenter : Dan Marsden (Nueva Zelandia)

Dan Marsden SCORM in Moodle can be problematic - we will cover a range of things you should be aware of when using SCORM in Moodle.

vie 24 may09:30 Session A-17 I'm Admin of my own Moodle, now what?
Presenter : Maryel Mendiola (México)

When an admin is new, it would be useful to have a kind of 'critical path' to know what are the next steps to do.


This presentation is oriented to newbies, for Moodle 2.3 onwards.

The main purpose ...

Session B-17 Building for our Future, Caring for our Community
Presenter : Gina Veliotis (Australia)

This presentation will outline the process undertaken to design and implement a new and effective eLearning environment for Sydney Adventist Hospital. This is a private hospital that employs ...

vie 24 may11:00 Break Session - Come get caffeinated

This session is set up to provide attendees a chance for a break. Like a Morning Tea (Australian term) or Coffee Break in a conference. Your encouraged to grab a coffee and join us just to mingle ...

vie 24 may12:30 Session A-03 How to guarantee your change is integrated to Moodle core
Presenter : Dan Poltawski (Australia)

As Moodle is open source, you can easily customise it for the needs of your insituation as you see fit. But the best benefits for the community come from when everyone shares their own changes back...

Session B-19 Moodle Tools to Facilitate Student-as-Curator Learning
Presenter : Soozie Bea (Australia)

Social learning, buccaneer learning, mutant learning... how can we work these concepts into our courses, and what Moodle tools and settings will help us with The Informal Learner.

Most useful for ...

vie 24 may14:00 Session A-20 Introduction to Grading and the Gradebook.
Presenter : Greg Egan (Australia)

This how-to session introduces teachers to how they can keep track of student progress through grading and the gradebook. It looks in particular at: Introducing the grader report · ...
Session B-20 Moodle and Mahara - Towards a model for lifelong learning and ...
Presenter : Kristina Hollis (Australia)

This presentation will look at the move from Moodle 1.9 to 2.4 and the adoption of Mahara as a tool to facilitate increased student reflection activities.  It will explore the training and ...

vie 24 may15:30 Session A-06 Plugin Primer: Developing your first Moodle plugin.
Presenter : Priya Ramakrishnan (Australia)

This session will explain the essentials for developing your First Moodle plugin. Will take you through the sequence of steps involved in creating the moodle plugin.
Session B-21 Using SCARF to make Moodle more motivating
Presenter : Michael A. Tighe (Alemania)
Presenter : Stephan Rinke (Alemania)

In many moodle communities there is an increasing need for people to effectively work and learn collaboratively. Understanding the real drivers to human behavior may help moodle course designers ...

vie 24 may17:00 Keynote 4 - Moodle in the World of MOOCs: What Might the Future Look Like?
Presenter : Iain Doherty (Hong Kong)

vie 24 may18:30 Session A-07 Vanilla is not the only flavour
Presenter : Gordon McLeod (Reino Unido)

This presentation will be an overview of some custom tweaks that I've made to Moodle over the past few years to make it easier and more engaging for staff and students. It's not an in-depth coding ...

Session B-22 Course formats showcase
Presenter : Gareth J Barnard (Reino Unido)

Course formats provide the ability to give a course its structure and layout. This gives the educator the means of establishing the best course framework for the learner. Moodle has a growing ...

vie 24 may20:00 Session A-23 Crowdsourcing Moodle Development
Presenter : Joseph Thibault (Estados Unidos)

Crowdfunding has revolutionized retail product development and could verywell have a major impact on open source software. Come learn about a crowdfunding Moodle development experiment to create a ...

Session B-23 PoodLLing
Presenter : Justin Hunt (Japón)

PoodLL is a set of plugins for Moodle which add audio / video recording, whiteboards, flashcards and other interactive activities and widgets.

In this presentation the PoodLL guy, Justin Hunt, ...

vie 24 may21:30 Session A-24 Why there is no such thing as eLearning
Presenter : Julian Ridden (Australia)

This session makes the contentious statement "There is no such thing as eLearning - Just Learning" and attempts to justify the statement. Agree? Disagree? Come be part of the discussion.
Session B-04 Achieving accessibility in mathematics and other scientific fields
Presenter : Carles Aguilo (España)

This presentation deals with a topic often forgotten in the web contents and tools.

We'll present the state of the art for web accessibility in general and in Moodle, plus we'll introduce a new ...

vie 24 may23:00 Session A-15 Playing with Moodle's Most Popular Plugins
Presenter : Anthony Borrow (Estados Unidos)

This presentation will explore some of the more popular Moodle plugins to give folks an idea of what others are doing with their Moodle sites. For teachers, it may provide you with some creative ...

Session B-25 Building with Bootstrap: Using Moodle for Blended Mobile Learning
Presenter : Paul Hibbitts (Canadá)

Creating a mobile companion for a course or seminar is a great way to enhance face-to-face teaching. Join user experience consultant Paul Hibbitts as he takes you on a guided tour of his “mobile ...

sáb 25 may00:30 Session A-26 How to use BigBlueButton
Presenter : Fred Dixon (Canadá)
Presenter : Jesus Federico (Canadá)

Session B-26 The amazing... Moodle!
Presenter : Anna Krassa (Grecia)

GAC Corporate Academy (GCA) was created in 2007 to become the corporate learning organisation of the GAC Group. Gulf Agency Company (GAC) provides services on Shipping, Logistics, Marine and ...

sáb 25 may02:00 Session A-27 Integrating Moodle with Virtual Conferencing.
Presenter : Gavin Henrick (Irlanda)

This presentation will look at and review some of the add-ons that are available that integrate Moodle with virtual conferencing platforms to help organisations decide which to use.
Session B-27 Echo-Assignment: a new module for tutored text production and ...
Presenter : Petr Sudický (República Checa)

For our Moodle-based e-learning platform at Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, we have developed a new module called Echo-Assignment. Unlike the standard Assignment ...

sáb 25 may03:30 Session A-13 Using Gamification to Increase Course Engagement and Autonomy of...
Presenter : Thomas Wilson (Estados Unidos)

I provide online courses for non-traditional students, namely, persons who are ordered by a court or agency to complete a specialized class such as anger management, alcohol/drug awareness, or DUI ...

Session B-28 Tips, Tricks, & Magic in Moodle
Presenter : Mary Rydesky (Estados Unidos)

Moodle rocks! Here are a handful of shortcuts and magic for Moodle mavens. After this presentation airs, participants are welcome to add their favorite tips to the discussion.

Above all, ...

sáb 25 may05:00 Session B-24 OpenBadges and Moodle
Presenter : emily goligoski (Estados Unidos)
Presenter : Julian Ridden (Australia)

This session will talk about the exciting potentials offered by OpenBadges and Moodle. This session is split into two parts. First Emily Goligoski from the Mozilla Foundation, creator of ...
sáb 25 may06:30 Session B-16 Tips and tricks for using SCORM in Moodle
Presenter : Dan Marsden (Nueva Zelandia)

Dan Marsden SCORM in Moodle can be problematic - we will cover a range of things you should be aware of when using SCORM in Moodle.

sáb 25 may08:00 Session A-30 Helping to make Moodle better, without the "tech talk"
Presenter : Michael de Raadt (Australia)

The majority of the Moodle Community are non-technical users. It can be overwhelming to be involved in the Tracker, while being surrounded by development gurus. In this presentation I will show you...
Session B-30 Moodle use with Panopto at Waikato
Presenter : Teresa Gibbison (Nueva Zelandia)

During this presentation Teresa will share two key aspects of how Moodle has been leveraged to maximise the usefulness of Panopto for the University. Firstly, it has reduced the technical overheads...

sáb 25 may09:30 Session A-24 Why there is no such thing as eLearning
Presenter : Julian Ridden (Australia)

This session makes the contentious statement "There is no such thing as eLearning - Just Learning" and attempts to justify the statement. Agree? Disagree? Come be part of the discussion.
Session B-31 Moodle Databases
Presenter : Kristina Hollis (Australia)

This how-to session will look at the different uses for the Moodle database and how to set up database activities, as well as the design and development of database templates.

sáb 25 may11:00 Sponsor - Pukunui: The Moodle Economy
Presenter : Shane Elliott (Australia)
Presenter : Dom Seneque (Australia)

We thought it would be boring for everyone if we just sold our services, so we'll discuss the moodle economy - exactly how does moodle support itself?

sáb 25 may12:30 Session A-32 Integrating Simulations in Moodle for an Enhanced Learning Outcome
Presenter : Michelle Jimenez (Omán)

This session aims to demonstrate how simulations can be integrated into a Moodle course for the purpose of achieving an enhanced learning outcome. A Moodle demonstration course, coupled with ...
Session B-09 Power of Peer Assessment with Workshop
Presenter : Simi Shah (Brunei Darussalam)

How you can use the workshop module to maximise student assessment both through peer and self assessment.

Items to be covered:

  • Creating the assessment
  • Creating the marking rubric
  • Allocation ...
sáb 25 may14:00 Session A-33 Rock 'n' Roles
Presenter : Vinny Stocker (Malasia)

Expect to do some work in this session! My aim is to give an overview of roles and permissions in Moodle, followed by some examples of customised roles that you can use on your courses. In the ...
Session B-33 Gamification in Moodle- more than just badges
Presenter : Natalie Denmeade (Australia)

Interactive Video games invoke positive emotions and stimulate the hippocampus part of our brain which is essential for learning new information. The same can not be said for exams! People usually ...

sáb 25 may15:30 Session A-34 5 ways Moodle changes the classroom.
Presenter : Richard Jones (Australia)

5 ways Moodle changes the classroom are; Real-time resources Extended learning time and place Social networking/peer-peer interaction Increased student autonomy Logs and reports for ...
Session B-34 Do not be afraid of Lessons!
Presenter : Anna Krassa (Grecia)

The Lesson module is one of the oldest and most sophisticated tools that Moodle provides, so many teachers avoid it. Yet, it is an extremely valuable tool that can strengthen your course and really...

sáb 25 may17:00 Keynote 5 - Moodle, Open, and Business - trends and challenges
Presenter : Stuart Mealor (Nueva Zelandia)

sáb 25 may18:30 Session A-35 Implementation of College Management Module in Moodle for a College
Presenter : Sushil Karampuri (India)

This is an paper on implementation of College Management structure for an Engineering college in India in Moodle 2.4.1. A typical Indian College structure has degree programs, curriculums, ...

Session B-35 The increasing importance of personalisation; use of the Moodle ...
Presenter : Clive Holtham (Reino Unido)
Presenter : Leona Norris (Reino Unido)
Presenter : Martin Rich (Reino Unido)

Co-authors Martin Rich and Leona Norris

One of the potential benefits of a Virtual Learning Environment over both a physical classroom and a MOOC, is that it potentially offers a variety of ways ...

sáb 25 may20:00 Session A-15 Playing with Moodle's Most Popular Plugins
Presenter : Anthony Borrow (Estados Unidos)

This presentation will explore some of the more popular Moodle plugins to give folks an idea of what others are doing with their Moodle sites. For teachers, it may provide you with some creative ...

Session B-14 Reflecting on creating a Provincial Moodle Site for Teachers: ...
Presenter : Solange Lalonde (Canadá)

The great thing about thinking "big" and having grandiose ideas about helping teachers is that the sky is really the limit, especially when it comes to using Moodle!

I’m going to share the process...

sáb 25 may21:30 Session A-37 Mathematical notation for non-Europeans
Presenter : Ramon Eixarch (España)

Mathematics are somehow the universal language of science. Mathematical notation includes certain differences between different cultures. We will unveal our latest developments for Arabic ...
Session B-26 The amazing... Moodle!
Presenter : Anna Krassa (Grecia)

GAC Corporate Academy (GCA) was created in 2007 to become the corporate learning organisation of the GAC Group. Gulf Agency Company (GAC) provides services on Shipping, Logistics, Marine and ...

sáb 25 may23:00 Session A-32 Integrating Simulations in Moodle for an Enhanced Learning Outcome
Presenter : Michelle Jimenez (Omán)

This session aims to demonstrate how simulations can be integrated into a Moodle course for the purpose of achieving an enhanced learning outcome. A Moodle demonstration course, coupled with ...
Session B-10 Added value of Mahoodle in learning
Presenter : Sigi Jakob Kuhn (Alemania)

Moodle is a place where a group of learners gets together to communicate, cooperate, collaborate. The single learner does not really own his/her learning in the course, it it is kept closely within...

dom 26 may00:30 Break Session - Come get caffeinated

This session is set up to provide attendees a chance for a break. Like a Morning Tea (Australian term) or Coffee Break in a conference. Your encouraged to grab a coffee and join us just to mingle ...

dom 26 may02:00 Session B-03 Using Plagiarism plug-ins in the Assignment, Workshop, Forum ...
Presenter : Dan Marsden (Nueva Zelandia)

A demonstration on using the plagiarism plugins Turnitin, Compilatio, Urkund with the Assignment, Workshop and Forum modules in Moodle.

Session B-40 Moowhoodle Pedagogy
Presenter : Shane Elliott (Australia)

A light-hearted look at the underlying moodle pedagogy with a slight Dr Who twist. And we'll most likely get side-tracked with a lot of useless trivia. Please note that you don't have to be a ...
dom 26 may03:30 Session B-41 Simplify Moodle
Presenter : Ralf Hilgenstock (Alemania)

Some people tell me Moodle is very intuitively, others mean Moodle is a complex tools and it needs a lot of time to understand how Moodle ticks. The presentation gives you a better ...
dom 26 may05:00 Sponsor - Blindside Networks
Presenter : Fred Dixon (Canadá)
Presenter : Jesus Federico (Canadá)

dom 26 may06:30 Session A-04 Delivering fully online classes to Post Grad Business students
Presenter : Andrew Chambers (Australia)

How can Moodle, and the use of open resources for training and support resources, help students and help you build strength with your program offering?

What do business students want in an online ...

Session A-14 Dissection of a Gamified Moodle Course
Presenter : Julian Ridden (Australia)

With all this talk about the Theory of Game based learning, this session invites you to a dissection of an existing course that has been used successfully for just this purpose. Come see how a Game...

dom 26 may08:00 Session A-17 I'm Admin of my own Moodle, now what?
Presenter : Maryel Mendiola (México)

When an admin is new, it would be useful to have a kind of 'critical path' to know what are the next steps to do.


This presentation is oriented to newbies, for Moodle 2.3 onwards.

The main purpose ...

Session B-43 Assignment Marker allocation and management
Presenter : Dan Marsden (Nueva Zelandia)

A demonstration of the new Marker allocation and management features in the Moodle Assignment module.

dom 26 may09:30 Session A-01 Real world corporate use of the Totara distribution of Moodle
Presenter : Austen Sinclair (Nueva Zelandia)

Inland Revenue (NZ’s Tax department) was in April 2011 an early adopter of the Totara distribution of Moodle. It was an install over the top of our already mature Moodle 1.9 site. This presentation...

Session B-44 Getting ahead with Hattie
Presenter : Vinny Stocker (Malasia)

Taking the prize for the worst iMoot pun, this presentation and open discussion looks at how to take the ideas from John Hattie's work "Visible Learning" and put them into a Moodle context. ...
dom 26 may11:00 Session B-06 Sloodling and Moodling in a virtual world
Presenter : Miriam Laidlaw (Nueva Zelandia)

Looking at the (open source) Sloodle module for Moodle, specifically using it with Moodle 2.4. Sloodle stands for Simulation Linked Object Orientated Dynamic Learning Environment, and is a bridge ...

Session B-24 OpenBadges and Moodle
Presenter : emily goligoski (Estados Unidos)
Presenter : Julian Ridden (Australia)

This session will talk about the exciting potentials offered by OpenBadges and Moodle. This session is split into two parts. First Emily Goligoski from the Mozilla Foundation, creator of ...
dom 26 may12:30 Sponsor - The FreeMoodle.org project (Free Moodle Hosting)
Presenter : Stuart Mealor (Nueva Zelandia)

dom 26 may14:00 Session A-35 Implementation of College Management Module in Moodle for a College
Presenter : Sushil Karampuri (India)

This is an paper on implementation of College Management structure for an Engineering college in India in Moodle 2.4.1. A typical Indian College structure has degree programs, curriculums, ...

Session B-46 Gamify your Moodle courses - Increase student engagement with ...
Presenter : Frederic Nevers (Hong Kong)

It is possible to 'gamify' your Moodle courses using out-of-the-box Moodle capabilities (i.e. without relying on third-party modules).

In this presentation, I will show you how to gamify your ...

dom 26 may15:30 Session B-44 Getting ahead with Hattie
Presenter : Vinny Stocker (Malasia)

Taking the prize for the worst iMoot pun, this presentation and open discussion looks at how to take the ideas from John Hattie's work "Visible Learning" and put them into a Moodle context. ...
Session B-47 Moodle Quizzes and Question Types
Presenter : Kristina Hollis (Australia)

This how-to session looks at creating different types of Moodle quizzes and the types of questions that can be used.  Extra plugins for Maths will be explored as well.  The session will demonstrate...

dom 26 may17:00 Keynote 6 - ePortfolios for Moodle users
Presenter : Kristina Hoeppner (Nueva Zelandia)

dom 26 may18:30 Session A-30 Helping to make Moodle better, without the "tech talk"
Presenter : Michael de Raadt (Australia)

The majority of the Moodle Community are non-technical users. It can be overwhelming to be involved in the Tracker, while being surrounded by development gurus. In this presentation I will show you...
Session B-05 Can there be a template for online learning?
Presenter : Lindy Klein (Australia)

We all want our online learning offerings to be engaging and high quality experiences for our students. Is there a template that can help us achieve this? Be prepared for an active audience ...
dom 26 may20:00 Session A-37 Mathematical notation for non-Europeans
Presenter : Ramon Eixarch (España)

Mathematics are somehow the universal language of science. Mathematical notation includes certain differences between different cultures. We will unveal our latest developments for Arabic ...
Session B-21 Using SCARF to make Moodle more motivating
Presenter : Michael A. Tighe (Alemania)
Presenter : Stephan Rinke (Alemania)

In many moodle communities there is an increasing need for people to effectively work and learn collaboratively. Understanding the real drivers to human behavior may help moodle course designers ...

dom 26 may21:30 Session A-16 Plugin Management: Installing plugins and common problems to ...
Presenter : Phillip Bennett (Australia)

Session B-50 Integrating virtual Classroom Platform with Moodle
Presenter : Ramesh Sharma (India)

In this presentation we will learn how we can integrate a virtual classroom platform (I will use WizIQ) with Moodle so that teachers and learners can interact synchronously and share content.

dom 26 may23:00 Session A-27 Integrating Moodle with Virtual Conferencing.
Presenter : Gavin Henrick (Irlanda)

This presentation will look at and review some of the add-ons that are available that integrate Moodle with virtual conferencing platforms to help organisations decide which to use.
Session B-34 Do not be afraid of Lessons!
Presenter : Anna Krassa (Grecia)

The Lesson module is one of the oldest and most sophisticated tools that Moodle provides, so many teachers avoid it. Yet, it is an extremely valuable tool that can strengthen your course and really...

lun 27 may00:30 Session A-08 Being Mr Moodle...
Presenter : Ben Wagner (Reino Unido)

A presentation of the perils and pitfalls of being "Mr Moodle" for an educational institution.

I'll be going through the things I've found out, both as a Mr Moodle in a school and while working ...

Session B-22 Course formats showcase
Presenter : Gareth J Barnard (Reino Unido)

Course formats provide the ability to give a course its structure and layout. This gives the educator the means of establishing the best course framework for the learner. Moodle has a growing ...

lun 27 may02:00 Session A-11 Building with Bootstrap: Integrating Moodle with Bootstrap
Presenter : Bas Brands (Holanda)

The twitter Bootstrap project has gained a lot of popularity and might be elected open source project of the year 2013. Over in Paul Hibbitts presentation you can follow the guided tour of using ...

Session B-41 Simplify Moodle
Presenter : Ralf Hilgenstock (Alemania)

Some people tell me Moodle is very intuitively, others mean Moodle is a complex tools and it needs a lot of time to understand how Moodle ticks. The presentation gives you a better ...
lun 27 may03:30 Session A-26 How to use BigBlueButton
Presenter : Fred Dixon (Canadá)
Presenter : Jesus Federico (Canadá)

Session B-19 Moodle Tools to Facilitate Student-as-Curator Learning
Presenter : Soozie Bea (Australia)

Social learning, buccaneer learning, mutant learning... how can we work these concepts into our courses, and what Moodle tools and settings will help us with The Informal Learner.

Most useful for ...

lun 27 may05:00 Session A-09 Moodle Addons: Adding your technological distinctiveness to ...
Presenter : Anthony Borrow (Estados Unidos)

Take your Moodle installation where no admin has gone before. Boldly explore how to find and install plugins. Learn how to assimilate plugins into your Moodle installation. Become an active part of...

Session A-34 5 ways Moodle changes the classroom.
Presenter : Richard Jones (Australia)

5 ways Moodle changes the classroom are; Real-time resources Extended learning time and place Social networking/peer-peer interaction Increased student autonomy Logs and reports for ...
lun 27 may06:30 Session B-30 Moodle use with Panopto at Waikato
Presenter : Teresa Gibbison (Nueva Zelandia)

During this presentation Teresa will share two key aspects of how Moodle has been leveraged to maximise the usefulness of Panopto for the University. Firstly, it has reduced the technical overheads...

Session B-46 Gamify your Moodle courses - Increase student engagement with ...
Presenter : Frederic Nevers (Hong Kong)

It is possible to 'gamify' your Moodle courses using out-of-the-box Moodle capabilities (i.e. without relying on third-party modules).

In this presentation, I will show you how to gamify your ...

lun 27 may08:00 iMoot Wrapup - So long and thanks for all the Fish!

What an iMoot it has been. Join us for the Official wrap up session and tell us what you thought. Make sure you join us for some BIG announcements

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