Get ready for nonstop 24 hours Moodle presentations – Mini iMoot 2017 #edtech #iMoot17mm

One full day of e-learning Best practice presentations from 18th Nov 2017

Do you want to attend a Moodle conference right from your bedroom? Do you want to listen Moodle experts from all over the world without going out of your house? If yes, then you should attend the upcoming Mini iMoot 2017.

iMoot is an online EdTech conference bringing together educational practitioners from around the world. It is a biannual conference, where the e-learning community members meet to share the best practice in online learning.

The full iMoot 2017 ran for 52 hours nonstop and now the Mini iMoot will cover the Moodle presentations from the experts. This year the theme for the Mini iMoot is focused towards Mobile learning and Blended mobile learning.

Call for Presentations is open:

The call for presentations is open for the Mini iMoot 2017. Interested presenters should consider the following topics as suggestions:

  • Presentations on best classroom practices for using e-learning, m-learning or blended learning
  • General e-learning and online learning presentations that can apply to any LMS
  • Using Moodle or it derivatives
  • Integrations
  • LMS Development and case studies
  • UX / UI of learning management systems
  • Other systems that play nicely with Moodle

Click here to submit your presentation proposal today!

How do I register?

By registering for the Mini iMoot, you will get access to iMoot Participant’s Lounge and Oranges Unconference Cafe. The lounge is a place for all attendees including presenters can participate in discussions before, during and after the event. 

You can register as a attendee for the iMoot mini 2017 for $49 only.  If you become a presenter, then you will attend the moot for free of cost.

Click here to register for the Mini iMoot today!

Are you going to be a part of the Mini iMoot 2017? Do let us know in the comments section below.

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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