MoodleMoot New Zealand Upcoming; Deadline For Presentation Submission Extended

The organizers at the MoodleMoot New Zealand in Whangarei are getting the city ready. Next October they will be receiving visitors and presenters of their Moodle experiences. And you could be one of them! The deadline submission has been extended until July 31st.

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As it happens in other MoodleMoots worldwide, the selection criteria includes quality and variety, not just a sleek CV. A practical solution you’d like to share with the world, presented with clarity. Seemingly small projects with veritable impact on a local or online community. Academic research including Moodle. These and similar types of submissions are welcome.

MoodleMoot NZ has set up an open database of all presentation submitted so far. You can get ideas for your own, or in any case, comment and rate the entries. Your opinion will inform the selection committee and the presenter. The sooner you submit, the better feedback you are likely to get!

Scheduled keynote speakers at the October 5th main conference day include Martin Dougiamas, Moodle founder; creator of the audio and video recording set PoodLL, Justin Hunt; and Stuart Mealor, Managing Director of Moodle Partner HRDNZ.

On the 6th and 7th, 4 workshops will take place: Teaching, Administrators, Developer and Management. Half of each day includes a practical BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) session. These sessions are usually the fastest to sold out. MoodleMoot NZ will also host a variety of networking events during the three days.

MoodleMoot NZ requests your input by answering “What do you want at the Moot?” in this page.

Beautiful Whangarei is New Zealand’s northernmost city. At 30 minutes from Auckland by plane, it has a variety of natural landmarks and nightspots.

Find out more about MoodleMoot NZ here. And read Stuart’s letter of invitation here.

Registration and Fees information is available here.

Keep the MoodleMoot NZ momentum by adding the hashtag #mootnzx to your social conversation.


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