Goshen Midwest #MoodleMoot July 26-28 (update)


Midwest MoodleMoot update from Floyd Saner (Midwest Moot organizer)

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We have received a number of presentation and workshop proposals, but we have room for more. Your participation in the 2010 Midwest Moodle Moot as a presenter, panel discussion organizer, or workshop leader will help make the conference a success.  Presenters and panel discussion organizers receive a 40% discount on the registration fee.  Workshop presenters receive free registration plus a stipend.

More information is available on the moot website, http://www.goshen.edu/moodle/, or at  http://www.goshen.edu/moodle/proposalInfo.html .

For more information email goshenmoodle at gmail dot com.  The Moot is scheduled for July 26th through 28th.

Martin Dougiamas will be the keynote for this event sponsored by Moodlerooms, Remote Learner and New School Learning.

Current proposed workshops and sessions can be found at http://www.goshen.edu/moodle/submittedProposals.html, they include so far:

  • Hacking the Heck out of Moodle Without Going to Hell – Presentation or workshop on how to look for and create Moodle customizations; overview of Moodle core structures.
  • Moodle The One Stop Learning Center – Presentation of ideas and examples on using Moodle in a high school setting, including lessons, movies, review sheets and activities for absent students.
  • Getting Up and Running with Moodle – How to get started with Moodle, how to organize a course, best practices for engaging students.
  • Going Green Without Seeing Red – Basic introduction to Moodle and how it has affected communication with students, use of time, and distribution of resources.
  • Creating Effective Professional Development with Moodle – Workshop on creating effective professional development courses.
  • And many more.


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