Check out the keynote presenters for iMoot 2016 #imoot16

May 3rd, 2016

Keynote presenters are announced for iMoot 2016 which is coming from May 26th, 2016 5AM to May 29th, 2016 5AM AWST (UTC+8). iMoot 2016 is a fully online conference which focuses on Moodle the most popular open source Learning Management system. Read More

Update – Moodle at Open University – Ten years and onwards @OpenUniversity #Moodle #JennyMGrey

April 27th, 2016

Earlier this month we have shared the presentation by Jenny Gray – Head of Centre of Excellence (Technical), IT Architecture at Open University about the journey of Open University with Moodle in last decade.

The keynote speech delivered by Jenny Gray during the MoodleMoot Ireland UK 2016 (#MootIEUK16) is available online and is embedded below: Read More

iMoot Mini #imoot15mm – 24 hours Non stop Online Moodle conference on 6th November

September 10th, 2015

iMoot Mini 2015 is a 24 hour non stop online moodle conference scheduled to be held on Friday 06 November, 2015 from 05AM to 07 November, 2015 05AM.

The conference will have 24 presentation sessions over 24 hours for hundreds of attendees. The sessions includes two keynote sessions, two ask the experts sessions and twenty sessions for teachers, trainers, school administrators and developers. Read More

Presentation – Use of student feedback to enhance learning experience

June 15th, 2015

Dr. Bart Rienties shared one more presentation with title “QAA Modelling and Managing Student Satisfaction: Use of student feedback to enhance learning experience”.

The presentation shares about up to what extent are institutions using insights from NSS and institutional surveys to transform their students’ experience? How are student experiences influencing quality enhancements ? and many more questions Read More

Learning Analytics at Open University – presentation by Dr. Bart Rienties

June 14th, 2015

Dr. Bart Rienties from Open University (OU) presented a keynote at MoodleMoot IE/UK 2015 about “Learning Analytics: The good, the bad, or perhaps ugly?”.

Learning analytics provide institutions with opportunities to support student progression and to enable personalised, rich learning. Read More