Join The Moodle Users Association Open Town Hall In A Few Hours

Join The Moodle Users Association Open Town Hall This Tuesday 16th
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The Moodle Users Association is hosting the second Town Hall meeting this month on Tuesday, January 16th, at 18:00 GMT.

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As decided on the last member’s meeting last year, the Town Halls are now open to any interested participant, whether they are formal or aspiring MUA members.

Two topics will be the covered on Tuesday:

The current MUA Project Development Cycle, January to June 2018. Interested participants should find all the relevant information to kick their projects off, including how to join MUA. There is still plenty of time for people to become members and instantly get to make their submissions available for the first round of voting.

The Town Hall monthly topic. Also discussed in the December meeting, each month the Town Halls will focus around a Moodle subject, as chosen by members through the Association Forum thread. So far members have suggested topics such as past Development Cycle winning project Question Bank; and MoodleMoots, with a focus of MUA’s role on the most important as well as the upcoming gatherings of Moodlers around the globe.

More information about January’s Town Halls is available here.

Join the Town Hall meeting by clicking here.

Read the minutes of the January 9th gathering.

Stay on top of the Moodle Users Association’s event calendar adding this iCal to your favorite client. Interesting trivia: This new Calendar export ability in Moodle is the result of a MUA Project Development Cycle, made available in Moodle 3.4.

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