Canada Moodle Moot is coming February 12th


canadaInterested in the upcoming Canada Moot in British Columbia (according to their press release you can attend in person, or even online)?  See below for the latest release, including costs, presentations, workshops and more.

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“From Coding to Networking: Building Moodle on a Human Scale”

Pre-conference: February 12, 2013; MoodleMoot: February 13 – 15, 2013

Our Canada Moot Program Committee wishes you the happiest of holidays.

Look at our pre-conference Day! Moodle Partners from Canada and New Zealand are offering in-depth Moodle sessions for a range of skills and interests (including enterprising Moodlers!). Plus, we’re proud to say that Martin Dougiamas, (Moodle Founder and Lead Developer) will be conducting a session of interest to site administrators.

We’re busy wrapping the program and putting our bows on the different presentations. It will be available in the new year. We have 62 presentations that represent the cross-sector of Moodlers across Canada and they’re still coming in! We’re proud to say that we’ve got presentations of interest to new Moodlers and the ‘old-hands’. Thanks to our presenters – we’ve achieved our theme goal: From Coding to Networking: Building Moodle on A Human Scale

Register for the Moot, join us for our banquet More registration information is here

Canada Moodle Moot is brought to you by the BCcampus Moodle Shared Services participating institutions, British Columbia Moodle Community, and Canadian Moodle communities on February 12 -15, 2013 in Vancouver, British Columbia at the Coast Plaza Hotel (or online from your home or office)

Questions? email us: [email protected] or reach us on Twitter or stay tuned to for further information.

Online participation:

Canada Moodle Moot is hosted both online and in-person. Both are important and are actively subscribed by our delegates. Several presentations will be broadcast each session, and both on-location and remote delegates may participate virtually.

Presenters and exhibitors have the option to present on location, virtually, or a combination of online and on location. Sponsors can choose to sponsor only the virtual portion or a combination of online and in-person sessions.

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