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Abstract submissions are now closed.

Whether you are an educator, workplace trainer, administrator or a developer, we would love to hear from you!

At Moodle, we’re excited to share and explore the vast possibilities of education in an open and diverse community and we are looking forward to hearing your ideas.

Abstract deadline has been extended until the 28 May, so don’t delay and submit your proposal now.

Streams include:

  • Workplace
  • Government
  • Not-for-profit
  • Education (K-12, Higher Education, Vocational training)
  • Technical for Moodle Administrators
  • Technical for Moodle coders / developers
  • General Moodle practices (for everyone)

Topics include:

  • Unlocking creativity
  • Facilitating collaboration
  • Optimising outcomes

We invite you to review the Moodle Products Roadmap (PDF) to find out more about each one of the topics and to help you think about how you might address them with your abstract submission.

Submit your abstract by the deadline for the opportunity to present your ideas, examples, case studies and showcases. Contribute to improve the quality of teaching and training with Moodle LMS and Moodle Workplace.

Outlines should be one or two paragraphs in length (max 300 words); enough for reviewers to understand what you will present.

Note that MoodleMoot presentations may not be self-promoting and should contain relevant information for the Moodle Community audience.

Presentation methods

  • Short presentation – 15 minutes
    • Duration: 15 minutes (including Q&A, recommended 10 min talk + 5 min Q&A).
    • Proposal format: An abstract text of the presentation.
    • File submission: All accepted proposals will be asked to submit a PDF, ODF or PowerPoint file in advance of the conference.
  • Presentation – 30 minutes
    • Duration: 30 minutes (including Q&A, recommended 20 min talk + 10 min Q&A).
    • Proposal format: An abstract text of the presentation.
    • File submission: All accepted proposals will be asked to submit a PowerPoint file in advance of the conference.
  • Poster
    • Poster presenters will be able to discuss their posters with conference attendees at a scheduled time in the program.
    • Proposal format: Abstract describing the poster content and approach taken with an optional link to draft version.
    • Final format: All accepted posters must be printed in A1 size to ensure eligibility and to ensure that there is space for all the posters. Printing is the responsibility of the presenter.
  • Workshop
    • Duration: 60-120 minutes.
    • Proposal format: Abstract describing the topic, dynamic and objectives for the suggested workshop.
    • Final format: interactive workshops will enable participants to get hands-on and experience around the different topics of the event.


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