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The Moodlemoot AU 2013 committee is now accepting submissions to present at Australia's largest and most comprehensive Moodle conference.
Moodlemoot AU 2013 will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre in Melbourne from Sunday 23rd June to Wednesday 26th June 2013.
The four day conference is the biggest national event for Moodle users and developers to share, learn, collaborate and network with others within the Moodle community. Each year the conference continues to grow in size and prominence, with an average attendance of 450-550 delegates from across Australia, New Zealand, US, UK and Asia Pacific. Over 70 presentations are given during the conference, including all-day master classes, panel discussions, show-and-tells and workshops. Here's your chance to be involved!
This year, the theme of the conference is ‘Moodle & Beyond' and looks into Moodle’s evolution and its place in education, and will specifically search for presentations focused on how Moodle and the Moodle community is keeping pace with changes to teaching, learning, technology and environmental changes.
The following streams for presentations are:
View 'Overarching theme for streams' for more details.
If you are submitting an abstract then please be aware that preference will be given to abstracts which clearly relate to one or more of the above themes, and you should indicate which of the above (more than one if appropriate) your presentation relates to. This Moodlemoot aims to provide a blend of 'hands on' experience combined with more traditional presentations, and hence three options are available for potential presenters:
25 Minute or 45 Minute Presentation
A 25 minute or 45 minute presentation slot (20 minutes plus 5 minutes question time or 40 minutes plus 5 minutes question time), in which you will present in a lecture-style format in a conference room with an internet-ready podium and a projector. Presenters are encouraged to be creative with their presentation methods rather than feeling obliged to deliver a PowerPoint presentation.
25 Minute Panel Discussion
A 25 minute presentation slot, in which you will be provided with a room set up with chairs and table at the front for the panel (usually 3-5 people). The session will provide an opportunity for the participants to hear several people knowledgeable about a specific issue or topic present information and discuss their views and experience.
90 Minute Workshop
A 90 minute workshop slot, in which you will be provided with a room set up classroom style, with power running to all tables and wireless access available, as well as having an internet-ready podium and projector available. Participants will pre-register for workshops, there will be a maximum of 25 participants per workshop, and you are free to deliver a session on anything Moodle related, with the understanding that it should be a participative workshop, not a presentation. Some slots will already be filled with 'Introduction to Moodle' sessions, so please relate your workshop to the workshop themes above.
What you need to submit
Potential presenters will need to submit:
Submission and deadlines
Presentations, Panel Discussions and Demonstration submissions are closed
Are there any other requirements that I need to know about when submitting?
Yes. Please consider that:
Should you have any questions or comments regarding the submission of a presentation abstract, please contact Plevin & Associates Pty Ltd via email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to your involvement in Moodlemoot AU 2013!