Every January, the Titus team take a look at the events coming up that year. Ask anyone what the highlight of the calendar is and the answer will be the same – the MoodleMoots.
Following on from our Moodle Appreciation Partner of the Year award at last years first ever MoodleMoot Global. We were eager to attend again this year, but with the ongoing situation surrounding COVID-19 it seemed likely that the event would be cancelled. MoodleMoot UK was postponed earlier this year and we were expecting this event to follow suit. But we were excited when we heard about the ambitious plans Moodle had to take the event online.
Moodle aims to step up the game and redefine what is to be expected from an online conference.
This event won’t just be a collection of different webinars that you can tune in to, but a fully immersive experience, where everything you’d come to expect from a typical MoodleMoot will be replicated online.
One of the defining features of any MoodleMoot is the social aspect of the conference. The chance to converse and share ideas with Moodle users from your region and further. It’s a truly integral part of what makes these events special and helps to hone in the community-driven identity of Moodle. This has been addressed, and with this interactive conference there will be the typical roundtables, coffee catch-ups and even an online quiz hosted by a comedian, giving the 1500 guests that chance to mix.
With the social side being championed, this doesn’t mean that the content will suffer. The 5-day event will be divided into three different streams; Education, Technology and Official MoodleMoots, and because plenty of regional MoodleMoot’s have been cancelled, each day will also focus on a particular language (Tuesday – French, Wednesday – German etc). On top of all this, there will also be the option for Moodler’s to submit their own seminar ideas, expect to see presentations from our own Marcus Green and Stuart Lamour.
Titus will be sponsoring this event, meaning that many of our team will be attending and available to chat across the conference, and the name of some of the guest speakers have already been announced, including; Emilio Lozano, Product Manager of Moodle Workplace, Mary Cooch, Education Manager at Moodle and of course, Martin Dougiamas, Moodle founder.
The event will be taking place between the 6th – 10th of July, and you can register on this link here –
If you have any further questions on the event, please let us know.