Moodle creator and founder Martin Dougiamas will deliver the keynote address amongst Australia’s largest education audience, which will also see leading speakers Curtis Bonk, Helen Carter and David Parkin deliver their respective presentations.
With a uniformed series of workshops and dialogues from local and international presenters, the conference kicks off from July 11 to 14 at the Melbourne Convention Centre. The record number of attendees is indicative of the number of institutions and corporates considering Moodle for their learning platform. More than 20% of Universities have already moved to Moodle.
Allan Christie, Managing Director of Diamond Sponsor NetSpot is proud to be associated with an even of this calibre. “A major drawcard will be the open discussion between Martin Dougiamas and Curtis Bonk where the Moodle community will have the opportunity to hear opinion and insight into the future of Moodle and LMS technologies.
“This will be the largest Moodle community event ever held in Australia, the Moodlemoot AU 2010. Addressing the ‘without limits..’ theme, Moodlemoot will showcase new, evolving and trending Moodle innovations,” concluded Mr. Christie.
NetSpot is an official Moodle Partner and premium eLearning Technology Services partner to the education sector.
For more information and updates on the Moodlemoot AU 2010, please visit http://moodlemoot.org.au
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NetSpot is a Premium eLearning Technology Services Partner to education organisations within the Asia Pacific region. We help institutions focus on their core mission by managing their eLearning technology and by licensing world class software. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.netspot.com.au/.
Moodle is an Open Source Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It has become very popular among educators around the world as a tool for creating online dynamic web sites for their students. For more information visit http://www.moodle.org