Update on the 1st Moodle Research Conference – Early Bird Extended

For those who have not booked already, I saw that the Early Bird prices have been extended to the 15th of July so you have a few more days to save 100 euro on the price of the ticket (which covers the conference registration and accommodation).

Two of the sessions have been detailed already:

Martin Dougiamas will be doing a keynote speech: “Back to the classroom…”

There will be a 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

Programme update:

Martin Dougiamas posted on Moodle.org about the programme:

The first Moodle Research Conference (in Crete, Greece on 14-15 September, 2012) is shaping up very nicely!

We had 46 papers submitted for review, and the programme committee were able to accept 25 of them.  This is a healthy percentage for a first research conference!   (Lower is better with these things)

Thanks to all the people who submitted and reviewed papers – I’m impressed with the high standard and I’m really looking forward to this conference programme and the ideas and discussions it will spark.

This is one conference I am really looking forward to.

Roll on September.

For full details on the Research Conference – check out their site http://research.moodle.net

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