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#imoot2013 Presentations Announced!

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The 2013 iMoot is coming this May and presenters were recently notified of their acceptance. Myself and Justin Hunt will both be presenting (me on crowdsourcing the first Moodle development project and Justin speaking to the Youtube Assignment and Youtube Anywhere apps he created); but in addition you learn and hear from many other great Moodlers with awesome tips, tricks and experiences to share.  Here’s a taste of the presentations that you can catch live for less than $100 from the comfort of your home, office or local coffee shop:

  • Central Gippsland Health Service: Graduate Nurse Program on Moodle – what we’ve learned in 4 years with Moodle
  • Gareth Barnard: Course Format Showcase
  • Three Gamification presentations including one by Frederic Nevers of iTeachwithMoodle
  • Dan Marsden: Using Plagiarism plugins in the Assignment, Workshop, Forum modules in Moodle 2.4
  • Anthony Borrow: Playing with Moodle’s Most Popular Plugins
  • Dan Poltawski: How to guarantee your change is integrated to Moodle Core
  • Austen Sinclair: Real World Corporate Use of the Totara distribution of Moodle

And loads more.  Over 45 presentations were accepted and will take place live over the 4 day event in May. Stay tuned for more on the iMoot and don’t forget to register: http://2013.imoot.org/

For more Moodle events go to http://lmspulse.com/events/

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