Thanks to all of those who have already submitted their papers for the Moodle Research Conference 2014 (MRC2014).
Due to numerous requests from participants, the deadline for papers has been extended to Monday, April 15.
The extension provides another two weeks for research paper submissions and the opportunity to present on an international stage at the MRC2014 at California State University.
If you or someone you know has undertaken research on the impact of using Moodle on student learning or has developed tools increasing capacity to conduct research on Moodle use, you are invited to submit your findings in the form of a research paper, poster or demonstration.
As a reminder, possible paper topics include experimental research involving methods and tools, case studies on the effectiveness of teaching methods, collaborative learning / social learning, communities of practice, plugins / modules / blocks increasing research capabilities, MOOCs and mobile learning.
For details, please visit http://research.moodle.net/mrc2014