MoodleMoot Italy is back for 2017 after the last MoodleMoot in 2014. This year, it will be held from September 28 – 30, 2017 at Sapienza – University of Rome. During the three day Moot, all Moodlers from Italy will discuss about how to use Moodle to effectively support the new trends in education and training.
This year the MoodleMoot Italy is organized by Associazione Italiana Utenti Moodle and will be chaired by Giuseppe Fiorentino (AIUM),  Gabriella Paolini (GARR) & Rino Ragno (Wisdom).
Call for presentations is open for submitting your presentation proposals for the conference. You can send your presentation proposal in the form of:

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  • Full papers (maximum 10 pages) , to document research or case studies concluded. There will be 15-20 minute oral presentation.
  • Communication (maximum 5 pages) , to document work in progress and the creative user experiences. There will be a short oral presentation of 7 minutes or 20 images x 20 seconds each.

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The deadline for submitting your presentation proposals is 20th July 2017. The acceptance of presentations will be given by 31st July and final presentations need to be submitted by 10th September.

Early Bird Registrations:

If you would like to attend the MoodleMoot Italy 2017, you can register now as an early bird and take advantage of discounted pricing. Last date for registration under the early bird scheme is 31 August.
Keynote speaker for this year’s Moot is Gavin Henrick – Community Projects Manager at Moodle HQ. For more details and updates, check out the official website of MoodleMoot Italy here – and follow the twitter hashtag #MootIT17.
Are you interested in presenting during the MoodleMoot Italy 2017? Send your presentation proposal now and don’t forget to register soon to get the early bird discounted price.

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