Tuesday, September 25
The ‘Custom certificate’ plugin is the second most downloaded plugin in the Moodle plugins database. This talk will be aimed at those using the old plugin who may be interested in converting and those new to Moodle who would like to learn how to use the new and improved plugin.
Mark Nelson – Moodle HQ
One course–multiple languages
You can have a single Moodle course that works in multiple languages. We’ll look at a simple workflow to coordinate the translation process, enabling the text areas and compiling the text+code needed to display correctly in the course.
Mik O’Leary – Provet/AIRC
Moodle mobile app: Present and future
Adrian Greeve – Moodle HQ
This presentation will be about our efforts to bring a little excitement and innovation into everyday student learning experiences by integrating Augmented and (real world) Virtual Reality experiences into their coursework.
Vernon Spain – Universal College of Learning
In this presentation we discuss the design and user evaluation of a resilient approach to online e-Exams using Moodle.
Dr Mathew Hillier – Monash University
In this session I will share some tips about how to make your Moodle courses more amazing. Pragmatic tips for any level of Moodler who builds Moodle courses.
Michelle Lomman – South West TAFE
Grant Beevers – Kaltura
Trevor Hutt – eCreators
An application of AI in learning to assist learners with accessing content that best suits their learning style.
How the Digital Education Strategy from NSW Government was developed: planning, designing and implementing over 80 eLearning/blended Knowledge Management courses to be hosted on the new branded Moodle site, ready for the commencement of on-boarding of new employees.
Jinnine Ridge – Revenue NSW
5 key ingredients to help improve your Moodle site: better online learning, job performance and business outcomes. Which 5 ingredients are in the Secret Sauce recipe? You’ll have to come along to find out.
Chad Outten – My Learning Space
Timetable plugin, based on Scheduler core, has been developed by Financial Directorate of the Slovak Republic, who use Moodle to provide complete management for classroom training for more than 9,000 employees.
Lukáš Čelinák – Financial Directorate of the Slovak Republic
How the Swiss Fed. Institute of Technology uses Moodle as the strategic LMS in a wide range of didactical scenarios (e.g. blended learning, MOOC-like courses, learning analytics) and also in high stake online exams.
Thomas Korner – ETH Zurich
How to prepare a Science Education MOOC that involves a team of content experts and learning designers working through design thinking activities to make a successful online learning community and resource for 1000s students who are preparing for the Australian Science Olympiads
Francis Kneebone – QUT / Cognition eLearning
This presentation will share the experience of how Moodle was used as a tool to teach mathematics in Year 1 in three primary schools in Fiji, and how teacehrs adn students reacted to the introduction of Moodle and tablet devices as new a teaching and learning model.
Rajneel Totaram – University of South Pacific
In this presentation we will outline and demonstrate the Assignment Extension plugin, developed by Central Queensland University, focusing on how request data precedes core Moodle functionality and the flexibility of the process to adapt to changing business rules and processes
Pavle Jeric – Central Queensland University
Modern learning environments go beyond the LMS and encompass a range of tools that support and enhance student learning. We are going to showcase new assessment features allowing to connect the ePortfolio system Mahara with Moodle and the state of the art of integrating these two. An outlook is provided on further possibilities with other open source systems.
Kristina Hoeppner and Paul Stevens (Catalyst)
Moodle Partners have offered various forms of Moodle training since 2003. How does one provide examples of success in Moodle that educators can replicate in their own classrooms? What makes sense to measure as we empower instructors? How do we move beyond digital anxiety into deeper conversations about teaching efficacy?
This talk will explore these questions, as well as provide juicy details about the new Moodle Educator Certification: designed by Moodle HQ and brought to life by Moodle Partners.
Bob McDonald – Moodle HQ
Learn about the “Students at risk of dropping out” model included in Moodle 3.4+ and the Community of Inquiry theory behind it. We will demonstrate how to enable and configure the model on a test server, and see the results. Upload your model data from a test site to earn the Basic Administrator badge, or from a production site to earn the Site Administrator badge!
Elizabeth Dalton – Moodle HQ
This introduction will walk you through the steps in designing a new Moodle Learning Analytics model, from choosing an educationally appropriate Target to considering the ethical issues behind models. No programming skill is required. Submit your model to the Moodle Learning Analytics Online Workshop (Introduction to Moodle Learning Analytics) and earn the “Moodle Learning Analytics * Beginning Designer” badge!
Elizabeth Dalton – Moodle HQ