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No event information is yet published, but the website has a new landing page: http://2012.imoot.org/ I'm getting excited.
Via Gavin Henrick (@ghenrick) and the iMoot site: Best in Show “I can change the world” – Alja Isakovic Runners up “Surviving the Great iMoot Climate Change” – Drew Mortensen “Global Warming and Climate Change” – Sigi Jakob-Kühn The public favourite matched our own: iMoot Peoples...
The iMoot Wrap-up "So long and thanks for all the fish" was a well attended end of conference event which touched on all of the positives and negatives experienced by iMooters this year.  Julian Ridden (@moodleman) gave special thanks...
Michelle Moore (@michelledmoore), Chief Evangelist for Moodle at Remote-Learner.net had one of the best presentations that I saw at the iMoot last week.  Her presentation focused on the best practices of Moodle course design and usage including the list of...
One of the coolest things about the iMoot this year was that there was an interactive synchronous challenge given to all interested iMoot attendees.  The Course Creator Challenge was for attendees only, but was nearly like a poster session...
I'm happy to announce the 5 (yes 5!) winners of the free registrations to iMoot.  The winners are: Francisco, Michal, William, Tami and Denise (last names redacted).  Check your inbox on how to finalize the registration process. Thanks for participating...
For Participants/Attendees only (but there's still time to sign up to win free registration, do it now!) on Saturday during the iMoot there is a panel which will "wrestle with the question 'What makes a great Moodle course?'" But this...
Bob Gettings (http://bgettings.com/) is a junior college teacher in Sapporo, Japan and is presenting at iMoot this coming week.  His presentation is titled "Tweaking the Forum Module for Peer Discussion and Evaluation" and the session will, ...discuss ways in which teachers...
Sponsored in part by Wiris.com, here's your chance to win registration to the 2011 iMoot.  Simply sign up between now and Thursday morning (4/28/2011 by 11am EST) and you'll be entered to win free registration courtesy of Moodlenews. ...
My sponsors over at Wiris have been kind enough to keep the Moodlenews.com train chugging along (covering our hosting costs, the Moodle Mug budget, our contributions to Moodle.org and some take-away when required...blogging gives me an appetite). Enter to Win...