Location: Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 14th and 15th of September 2012
The Moodle Scientific Conference will become a major event for academics, researchers, experts and practitioners - sharing experiences, research achievements and innovative developments with Moodle. It is a unique opportunity to participate in an event dedicated to research and development (R&D) on learning and teaching carried out with Moodle. The conference will provide opportunities for sharing, discussing and providing constructive criticism of research outcomes and methods.
The conference venue is a beautiful location in the historic island of Crete, Greece. Participants will have opportunities to connect with peers and learn about new Moodle R&D trends and debate research ideas that could improve the design of Moodle in the future.
We invite scientists and practitioners to submit manuscripts (full papers or posters) critically reporting on quantitative and qualitative research results concerning learning with Moodle.
Further Information: http://research.moodle.net/
Moodle Research Conference 2012
If you need more time to submit your papers for the 1st Moodle Research Conference, you have it!
We've had requests to extend the submission date a little, so we've done that. You now have until 28th May to submit your papers!
See the announcement from Martin Dougiamas, Founder of Moodle and keynote speaker at the conference http://goo.gl/eWcH2. Don't miss your change to participate.
Conference dates 14-15 September 2012, at Heraklion, Crete, Greece. More info http://research.moodle.net
Last chance to submit paper is today! Submission deadline ends tonight! Hurry up if you want to participate and present your work at the 1st Moodle Research Conference in Crete, Greece.
Latest Update for the 1st Moodle Research Conference
Martin Dougiamas keynote speech: Back to the classroom…
Discussion panel: "The future of the use of LMSs for supporting technology enhanced learning models"
Gavin Henrick, Learning Technology Services, Ireland
Clive Holtham, Cass Business School, City University London, UK
Stuart Mealor, HRDNZ, New Zealand
Petros Georgiakakis, ITisART, Greece
Martin Dougiamas, Moodle.com, Australia
Early bird registration ends on Monday 17th of June! Don't miss your chance to register now!
It looks like a lot of fun, but I can't get physical to Crete. Will it be offered via any kind of online seminar?
Thank you for your interest about the 1st Moodle Research Conference. Unfortunately there will not be any video recording neither a webinar.
On the other hand all the proceedings will be available in conference we page (research.moodle.net) for those who are interested.