It is not always possible to achieve enlightement, self-actualization, or even a brand new skill overnight. But November’s iMoot could be the next best thing.
Twenty-four hours of presentations, non-stop, will begin at the Australian dawn of Friday the 4th (check your timezone) till Saturday morning. They consist of case studies featuring best practices in Moodle, Totara and Mahara.
iMoot has confirmed two of the keynote speakers: British Thomas Bell, Moodle-Totara-Mahara expert developer; and Australian K Scott Huntley, consultant and former MoodleMoot speaker.
It is also an opportunity to new voices an ideas about technology and education from around the world. Yours could be it! Call for presentations is still open, until . Your 45 minutes of fame (including Q&A) will be recorded for posterity. Non-English presentations are accepted.
The iMoot fee is USD 40 which gives you access to the live presentations around the clock, and recordings and resources some time after. But what most people find of best value is the access to the online conversations, which take place days before.
iMoot is accepting sponsorships. Find out more here.
To register or to submit a presentation proposal, create a free account.
Find out more at 2016mini.imoot.org.