Tuesday, April 16
A quest to find the best possible ingredients and measures of narrative, user interactions and assessment for postgraduate students in Moodle.
Michael Hughes, University of Strathclyde
Stephen Bruce, Edinburgh Napier University
Hear our story of running this ‘bite sized’ CPD course giving academics experience of being an online learner. We’ll describe the course design principles, themes and activities, and lessons learned.
Chris Brown, Cambridge Assessment International Education
Peter Spicer, Catalyst Europe
Dr Camille Tardy, University of Geneva
We have conducted a user centred design approach with students and teachers to build the new simplified interface with enhanced user experience. We will present the resulting theme.
Carlos Escobedo, Moodle HQ
This talk will explain what tools we can use to find where is the point in the Moodle Code when I bug happens. As well, we will talk about strategies to follow, good practices and experiences that will add value to the developers.
Finally, we encourage developers to enjoy fixing bugs and repeat this mantra, “When a BUG comes up, DON’T PANIC, Be yourself”.
Sam Marshall, The Open University
This is aimed at developers who want to make their plugins work with the Moodle mobile app.
It will cover the tools, skills and setup required, and what additional files are needed. It will also cover common stumbling blocks and how to optimise for mobile and test on different devices.
This session will explore the different integrations that can be incorporated into Moodle to provide a customized and best-of-breed approach to eLearning. This includes various integrations with SIS systems that allow for real-time enrollment updates into Moodle, as well as the ability to send data collected in Moodle such as grades and attendance back to your SIS. ERP, eCommerce, and other third-party plugin integrations will also be explored to illustrate the endless customization possibilities that are available within the Moodle platform.
CEO & Co-Founder, eThink Education
Studies on the subject are unanimous: to learn, you have to be attentive, however students’ attention in class drops drastically after 10 minutes!
Driven by the ambition to make teaching exceptional, Wooclap has developed an interactive platform used by more than 80,000 teachers to boost class interactions and measure the understanding of students, in real-time, through the use of smartphones. Wooclap is the fruit of a collaboration with neuroscientists, educational engineers and professors, and has the particularity to interconnect with Moodle, PowerPoint and other platforms used by teachers.
Presented by Gold Sponsor – Wooclap
Let’s talk about engagement, retention, and the interventions we can use to make learning magnificent.
Tonya Riney, Intelliboard
Turnitin is injecting innovative solutions into time-consuming tasks! Learn how Gradescope can dramatically reduce the pain and time associated with traditional STEM grading and solve the challenge of inconsistent marking across cohorts. With its simplified and standardised approach to marking, hear how Gradescope can transform grading into a learning experience.
Sometimes it seems like there’s an app for everything, but do you really need one to study? Find out the results of the OU’s research into how students use apps and what they want from a study app.
Asaf Bar Yosef & Nadav Kavalerchik, Weizmann Institute of Science
PeTeL is Israel’s new all-in-one platform for the country’s high-school science teachers and students, featuring an integration between a LMS ,an Open educational resources catalog and a Social network for teachers.
Rob Lowney, Hibernia College
Dr Tim Hunt, Open University
Moodle question types let you build little nuggets of interactive learning for your students. If you thought they could only be used within the confines of quizzes, you are missing some tricks. Let us show you the new possibilities.
Roger Emery & Sarah Cotton, Solent University
A story of 40,000 spreadsheets, institutional change, multiple university departments and a Moodle based solution to succeed in digitising the assessment process.
Just In Time training and Performance support: User Tours in context
Karen Holland, Learning Technology Services
Export Component Grades
This plugin will export the feedback and grades from assignments that use the Marking Guide, Rubric or BTEC advanced grading plugins
Marcus Green, Titus Learning
in the workplace
Broadway Travel had an approach to learning and development that was minimal and wasteful. Find out how Moodle has transformed our training offer and learning culture almost overnight.
A joint session between Chrysalis Courses and Titus Learning – Competencies allow you to dig deeper into a learners understanding of your content; exposing where teaching and learning may need to be improved, areas learners are struggling with & granting teachers enhanced visibility to provide accurate interventions.
Edd Clementson, Titus Learning
Jon Bolton, Scottish Organisation for Practice Teaching