The Moodle Research Conference, which this year will be held in sunny Los Angeles, is looking for papers and presentations to be submitted by February 28th, 2014. Potential authors are asked to submit their full papers or posters, in addition this year you can submit to demonstrate a functional addon or analysis technique that would benefit your peers.
According to the call for papers,
The Moodle Research Conference (MRC) is an annual international event dedicated to research and development (R&D) in learning and teaching carried out with Moodle. The MRC provides an opportunity for researchers, faculty/teachers, technologists, and other experts who either conduct research on the impact of using Moodle on student learning or develop tools increasing capacity to conduct research on Moodle use. Attendees share experiences and exchange research achievements and innovative developments. The aim of the conference is not to promote Moodle, but to bring together the community using Moodle to provide evidence about learning.
Submit your research at http://research.moodle.net/mod/page/view.php?id=99
And if you’re looking for some guidance, Michael de Raadt has an excellent primer on “what makes a good Moodle research paper?” at his blog where he discusses anonymizing data, utilizing past research, providing evidence (visualized is helpful) and more. Great tips for anyone putting their experience and research down into a coherent report.