Time to Test Your Moodle Endurance: iMoot 2017 ‘Early Bird’ Tickets, Open Call | Moodle News

Source: Time to Test Your Moodle Endurance: iMoot 2017 ‘Early Bird’ Tickets, Open Call | Moodle News

High Altitude, Long Endurance Moodle. iMoot 2017 'Early Bird' Tickets, Open Call

The largest (virtual) Moodle gathering of the year is almost upon us. For 52 hours straight, iMoot 2017 will keep you up to speed and then some about the latest Moodle scoops and pointers.

Featuring 100+ speakers over more than two days, iMoot 2017 is arguably the Moot with the best value as well. And, if you apply and are selected to become a presenter, you will have access to everything for free.

This intensive MoodleMoot is open to several different subjects and formats. The organization committee suggests a presentation up to 45 minutes in length, with possible themes including:

  • Moodle and Moodle-related use cases
  • Moodle integrations
  • Moodle development
  • Compare-and-contrast UX in LMS
  • General learning and EdTech topics with Moodle applicability

If you are not interested in presenting, you can still get a good deal if you register now. “Early Bird” tickets are available for an undisclosed amount of time. Teams of five or more can also apply for additional discounts.

The digital interface is no obstacle for the meeting and networking opportunities available in other “Moots”. Sign-up to iMoot 2017 will grant you access to private chat areas with fellow attendees and presenters, Q&A sessions after the talks, and access to materials and recordings for three months after the conference.

The first iMoot of 2017 will run from Wednesday, May 18th at 6pm GMT to Friday, May 20th at 10pm GMT. “Early Bird” tickets are priced at $88 USD.

See some of the previous talks on iMoot’s YouTube Channel.

Speakers and subjects are TBD. To stay on top of the latest scoop, visit 2017.imoot.org. Most information requires a free login, and you can also join a mailing list.

Follow the conversation on #iMoot17.

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