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iMoot Sponsors

iMoot could not be a success without our sponsors who provide much of the "behind the scenes" requirements that enable us to facilitate the conference at the best level we can.

Site: iMoot 2013
Course: About iMoot
Book: iMoot Sponsors
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Date: Tuesday, 12 December 2017, 12:15 PM

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Platinum Sponsor

Pukunui

Pukunui was established in 2000 in Perth, Western Australia and has quickly grown to an international enterprise with clients from around the globe. With a background in both the education and IT sectors, we were proud to find a local product of the calibre of moodle.

In 2004 we became an official moodle partner and currently provide a range of moodle related services to education and training institutions of all sizes.

We are involved in the ongoing development of the core moodle code and proudly promote it as a quality educational product.

Visit the Pukunui website

Technology Sponsors

Blindside

Blindside Networks is the founder of the BigBlueButton open source project, which enables educational institutions to deliver a high-quality learning experience to remote students.  We offer services, support, integration, customization, and hosting of BigBlueButton.

The Unconconference side and Live Social Lounge for the iMoot conference will this year be delivered using BigBlueButton provided by our Technology Sponsor Blindside Networks.


Click here to visit the website and help us support those who supported iMoot2013

Gold Sponsors

PACKT

Packt is a modern publishing company, producing cutting-edge books and eBooks for communities of developers, administrators, and newbies alike. Packt, pronounced Packed, produces highly specialized books on understanding and applying IT technologies.

Packt Open Source books will continue to be built around the “community experience distilled” motto, focussing on taking real advice from the community around projects, and refining and distilling it into easy to follow specialist information.

Through this, the Open Source Royalty Scheme will continue to support open source projects, offering a royalty for the sale of each book to the project on which that book was written.

PACKT Publishing Website