Monday, September 24
The presentation will discuss findings from the implementation of flipped classroom using Moodle’s tools and capabilities and also success factors, lessons learnt and the future of Cancer Council Victoria’s learning space.
Prathiba Sriram – Cancer Council Australia
At the speed of light, let’s retrospect Moodle’s evolution during the past 10 years, take a look at the current state of play and an insight to the future ahead.
Chad Outten – My Learning Space
Case study of ANU – How Lego Serious Play was used to have a collaborative discussion with students about what they desire from Moodle based websites.
Dr Stephen Dann – ANU
What I learnt from creating a gamified Physics course: which features were used to achieve the desired outcomes and the importance of narratives and a good story board.
Dr Pal Fekete – Taylors College Sydney
Moodle’s range of activities, resource options, and third party plugins offer a somewhat daunting smorgasbord of choice for designing an engaging learning environment for students. This talk will explore some strategies for making choices that start with the learning objective by using some tricks of the business analysis trade to focus on the learner’s needs.
Donna Benjamin – Catalyst IT
Introducing Wiris, a ready-to-use STEM tool for Moodle
Tugçe Sevgi Ertekin, Wiris
Catalyst has been providing Managed Moodle hosting services since 2003 for Moodle clients large and small. From corporates to Universities to small bible colleges. During this time we have had consistent investment cycle in improving the technology platform and the tools that we use to provide the highest level of support to our clients.
This talk will explore some of the lessons that we have learnt over the last few years in our journey to provide the world’s premiere Enterprise Moodle hosting services.
Andrew Boag (Catalyst)
This presentation will explore how AFTRS uses Moodle to deliver student-centred, future-focused practice education, using creative learning pedagogies that drive engagement, retention and completion.
David Balfour & Julie Avenell – Australian Film, Television and Radio School
Digital experiences of DWU students with Moodle
Presenting the results of research done by DWU Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLT) that explores digital experiences of DWU students with Moodle. The presentation will demonstrate students’ perceptions of Moodle and its usefulness in their learning process as well as the application of Moodle’s various features in our academic programs.
Kimberley Kobal – Divine Word University
Utilising the Workshop Activity – Assignments with peer assessment
This presentation will focus on a quick overview of the Workshop activity, how it builds upon the Assignment activity, the support it offers for several types of assessment forms, how multi-criteria assessment is deployed and how a trial of the activity with a real cohort modified and provided feedback on the process.
Glenn Kelly – Victorian TAFE Association
The H5P Course Presentation is a powerful Moodle activity that can be used for to create strong visual and interactive elements for a course. We’ll look at 5 easy ways to make the most of H5P to create visual style that builds engaging and interactive courses.
Mik O’Leary – Provet/AIRC
How web services can be used to automate many of the manual processes we undertake in every course rollover: importing content, meta-linking enrolments, and verifying that common activities and resources are present and adhere to policy.
Zoe Bogner – Flinders University
This presentation will introduce a new plugin to expose Moodle’s internal Event API to external systems.
Matt Porritt – Catalyst
In this presentation, we will showcase how Moodle was customised for teaching mathematics to Year 1 students in primary schools in Fiji. Using Moodle’s powerful theme engine, some CSS tricks and a few hacks to core code, a standard out-of-the-box Moodle was transformed into a site fit for 6-7 year olds.
Rajneel Totaram – University of the South Pacific
Presentation by Gold Sponsor Kaltura
We don’t make our language complicated when we communicate with each other, so what do we consider when we make User Interfaces for Moodle? In this session, Dean will showcase his experience from the stone-age to the information age.
Presentation by Dean Saunders, eCreators
Panel session with Moodle HQ, Moodle Partners and Premium Integrators
Facilitated by Steve Watt