Attention Moodlers: The biggest online LMS conference #iMoot17 coming in May with 52 hours nonstop sessions #moodlemoot

Do you want to increase your networking with Moodle community? Are you among those who are not able to attend the MoodleMoot in their proximity? Here, comes the good news for the year 2017 for all of you.

iMoot 2017 (#iMoot17) – the world’s biggest online LMS conference is on its way from 18 May 2017 to 20th May 2017 (GMT+8). The 52 hour nonstop online conference will boast of prominent Moodle speakers around the world delivering more than 100+ presentations. The event is a good initiative in bringing the Moodle community together without any physical boundaries.

Early Bird Registrations:

The Early bird registrations are now open for the iMoot 2017 and you can register your spot for the online conference. Early bird special pricing of only US$ 88 is great deal for a conference of such a high quality of presentations.

Click here to get the iMoot early bird ticket.

Attention Moodlers: The biggest online LMS conference #imoot17 coming in May with 52 hours nonstop sessions #moodlemoot

Call for Presentations:

The call for presentations is now open for the iMoot 2017. Presenters will get in the conference for free of cost. The presentation topics may include the topics like:

  • Using Moodle or derivatives
  • Integrations
  • Development and case studies
  • UX / UI of learning management systems
  • Other systems that play nicely with Moodle
  • General e-learning and online learning presentations that can apply to any LMS

About iMoot:

The iMoot is a biannual fully online conference where Moodle community, practitioners, administrators and decision makers meet to share the best practice in online learning. For more details about the iMoot 2017, check out the official website here or follow the twitter hashtag #imoot17.

Jaswinder Singh

Jaswinder Singh, passionate about using Moodle in improving the Indian Education System and reaching the students in far flung areas where still education seems to be a impossible prospect of life. He is the author of the popular Moodle Book "How to use Moodle 2.7". In October 2016, Jaswinder was elected as the Moodle User's Association Committee member - the first to make it from India.

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