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If you're headed to the 2013 Moodle Research Conference in Tunisia, here's a draft list of the papers that might be showcased during the event: http://research.moodle.net/mod/data/view.php?d=7&perpage=20 From manipulating and massaging data from logs, to a student perspective of Moodle at a...
Don't forget that the deadline for paper submission to be considered for the Moodle Research Conference in Sousse, Tunisia is Monday July 1st, http://research.moodle.net/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=26 This is an opportunity to present your research, white papers or Moodle experiences with educators and Moodlers...
If you're curious about the Moodle Research Conference and all of the presentations and papers from 2012 you can check them out online now: http://research.moodle.net/mod/data/view.php?d=3. Paper's include provocative and interesting titles like: MCCC in Certification Central Administration The Virtual Course-Room as a Complement...
If you're interested how other LMSes stack up with Moodle (and vice versa) here's a report by Hadi Rangin of the University of Illinois along with others from the Universities of Ohio State, Indiana and Illinois. According to the...
If your country or organization is keen on hosting 100+ Moodlers for the 2nd Annual Moodle Research Conference then keep reading.  Last year's conference hosted around 120 participants in Greece where all things Moodle were discussed and presented.  This...
If you're curious to read about all the papers presented at the 1st Moodle Research Conference you are in luck.  The conference's proceedings in full have been published in a book format. You can access the entire document here: http://research.moodle.net/MoodleCon_Proceedings_program/index.htm Included are...
I had a chance to read this research paper recently submitted at Moodle.org and it was pretty interesting (the authors are Şule Taslis Pektas and Halime Demirka of Bilkent University in Turkey).  The study gauged student thoughts on their Moodle (in...
Claudine Garcin, a doctoral candidate at the University of Provence is researching Moodle and it's impact on learning processes and users world wide.  If you're interested in seeing more research on Moodle, why not take a moment and fill...