Call for Presentations at MoodleMoot Hakodate 2010
From August 1st to November 1st, 2009

English | 日本語

We are looking for Moodle users who would like to talk about their Moodle experiences. We would very much like teachers, students, administrators, programmers, thinkers, and theorists... anyone who uses Moodle, to tell the MoodleMoot participants about how they use Moodle and how to use Moodle effectively.

The audience is likely to consist of a few experienced users, some who have been using Moodle for a year or so, and quite a few people who have never used Moodle. The main language of the MoodleMoot will be English, but presentations in Japanese will be most welcome.

Presentation time slots will be 40 or 90 minutes. In the submission form you are asked to indicate your desired time, however, depending on the number of participants and presenters, you may be asked to present in a shorter time slot.

Additionally, we will be having two "Moodle Showcase" sessions (similar to a poster session) in which you will have the opportunity to show others your Moodle course(s).

Are you a Moodle genius? There will also Moodle Genius Bar throughout most of the conference. If you are interested in sharing your skills and knowledge, please indicate so in the registration form.

Submissions that cover at least one of the following themes will be preferred:

  • Administrating Moodle Sites from a System Engineer's Perspective
  • An introduction to Moodle for teachers / school administrators

  • Blending Moodle into individual classes or entire courses

  • Configuring a server for Moodle

  • Developing third-party features for Moodle

  • eDelivery vs. eLearning with Moodle

  • Getting started with Moodle – from 'finding a server' to content creation

  • How to use Moodle: a workshop for beginners

  • Integrating Moodle into educational institutions

  • Moodle 2.0: what's in it?

  • Moodle networks

  • Possible futures for Moodle - Moodle in 2020?

  • Sharing 'reusable learning objects' within and between Moodle(s)

  • Student experiences of Moodle

  • Successful integration of Moodle into (choose your subject) classes

  • Tinkering with Moodle for non-programmers

  • Using Moodle to support “higher-order thinking activities”

  • Using multimedia in Moodle

  • Using third-party modules and features


Potential presenters should know that both presenters and participants will be given access to editable Moodle courses that they can use both during and after the MoodleMoot.

Click here to see the facilities that presenters and participants will have at their disposal.

The deadline for proposals is November 1st, 2009

Click here to submit a presentation proposal

Last modified: Tuesday, 22 December 2009, 01:25 am