iMoot 2010 is fast approaching, have you registered to attend and get access to over 40 presentations that are available live the first time, as synchronous re-playing with the speaker on hand to answer questions (twice after) and then as recorded sessions on-demand after that?
No? What are you waiting for? The cost to attend is only AU$45 (~US$40) and gives you amazing access to the presentations and keynotes.
From the site:
If you have not registered for iMoot2010 then your time is fast running out. With sessions now filling up we urge those still not registered to do so ASAP. Remember the iMoot only costs AU$45 and will give you access to the best speakers on Moodle from around the world. These include:
- Tomaz Lasic (Australia)
- Miles Berry (United Kingdom)
- Ludo Alier (Barcelona)
- Alex Buchner (Germany)
- David Muldrak (Czech Republic)
- Stuart Mealor (New Zealand)
- And many more…
Not to mention hearing Keynotes from:
- Martin Dougiamas , Founder and Project Lead of Moodle, who will be outlining Moodle’s Past, Present and Future (Did someone say Moodle 2?)
- Helen Foster, Moodle Community Manager, who will be sharing some of the many stories from the Moodle Community that promises to be a very insightful session.
Your entry fee gives you access to ALL sessions as well as recordings of these sessions for reference after the conference. That’s a lot of awesome Moodle resources and talent for just AUS$45. You also have access to our discussion forums and Twitter channel.
So if your not registered already you can find information at the following links.
Still not sure? Come and learn how to develop synchronous or asynchronous courses that are sold on the web. Moodle Monthly editor, Joseph Thibault will be discussing two case studies and his experience in helping businesses use Moodle to develop, sell and support courses online. This session will take place on Thursday, February 4th at 2:30 PM PST (5:30 PM EST).