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  • Welcome to NZ Moodle Moot and H5P workshops 2019

    Tuesday 1st - Thursday 3rd October 2019, at Unitec, Auckland.
    • We are aiming for a paperless conference again - so the programme is available as a .pdf, and will be updated weekly. So check it for updates, and save a copy on your smartphone / tablet / laptop to bring to the event.
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  • Welcome

  • Submit a presentation

    • The biggest single factor affecting the success of an event like this is the quality and variety of presenters.  Remember, you don't have to be an expert to share your knowledge! Practical experience and helping others is just as important as presenting research and academic content.
      The database below is for adding presentations ideas and workshop elements that you can offer - everyone can add Comments and Rate ideas, and this will help us finalise the programme.  Acceptance of proposals will be made during early September and are selected to provide an overall balance of the programme, and to ensure there is 'something of value for everyone'.
    • Submissions are now closed.
      Thanks to everyone for such a high-quality and varied selection!  If you would like to submit a late presentation/workshop for special consideration please contact stuart[AT]

  • H5P workshops - Tuesday 1st October

    • H5P makes it easy to create rich and interactive web experiences, responsive and mobile friendly. All you need is your browser and Moodle. H5P is free and open like Moodle, and integrates seamlessly into Moodle as a new activity type.
      There are two full day workshops on Tuesday 1st October:
      1. For those new to H5P, who want to understand what H5P can do, and how to best use within Moodle.
      2. For those already using H5P, who want to extend their knowledge and experience with advanced and new functionality.
  • Moodle Moot community day - Wednesday 2nd October

    • The main Moodle community day is Wednesday 2nd October. We are using a large theatre at Unitec for keynotes, and featuring a variety of PechaKucha, 15 minute and 30 minute presentations in break-out rooms, covering diverse areas of Moodle, with something for everyone.
    • Presenters include...
    • CatherineCatherine Duncan - Learning technologies and digital education practitioner in the eLearning at TAFE NSW.

      ScottScott Huntley - Canadian/Australian instructional designer, Moodle user, and IoT hobbyist.

      SherylSheryl Villaroman - CEO of Nephila Web Technology - Moodle Partner in the The Phlippines.

      ChadChad Outten - Founder of My Learning Space and Moodle Partner in Australia.

      StuartStuart Mealor - Managing Director HRDNZ, Moodle Partner since 2006, and ElearningWorld manager.

  • Moodle workshop day - Thursday 3rd October

    • Moodle workshops are 9.00-12.00 and 12.45-15.30 on Thursday 3rd October - lunch and breaks are included.  Workshop places fill up very quickly (and have limited space) so please book these at the time you book for the conference.
    • Workshops confirmed:

      • Full day introduction to Moodle development
      • Creating outstanding mobile Moodle courses
      • Approaching and managing Moodle strategically
      • Approaches to improving learner engagement
      • Update - all the new Moodle features
      • Assignment master class - rubrics, making guides, etc.
      • Building better quizzes
      • Using CSS to customise courses
      • File management best-practice

  • Social-networking

    • Please help promote this year's event by using one of the following social-networking tools. Post to Twitter using the hashtag #mootnz19  and/or join the New Zealand Moodle Users Facebook Group. Both channels are great for communication leading up to and during the conference (organising social events), sharing photos, etc.

  • Social events

    • Holding this year's event in Auckland we are conscious that many attendees will be travelling home to spend evenings with their families, and Auckland traffic doesn't improve! So we are not organising a conference dinner, but instead facilitating a number of smaller social get-togethers that people can self-select.
  • Registration and fees

    • Once you have registered you will receive an enrolment key to the 'Attendees only' area.  This has further support materials, discussion boards, networking information, additional resources etc.  

      • H5P Workshops (Tuesday 1st October) $249+GST
      • Moodle community day (Wednesday 2nd October) $249+GST
      • Moodle Workshops (Thursday 3rd October) $249+GST


  • Venue - Unitec Institute of Technology

    • Unitec, Mt Albert campus, Carrington Road, Mt Albert, Auckland (Google maps). The campus is green and spacious, with lots of car parking and cafes. It’s a 10-minute drive to the city, and a short walk to the nearest shops, bus stops and train station. Venue maps and details are available in the registered attendees area.

    • Unitec building

  • Accommodation

    • If you are from outside Auckland there are a selection of accommodation options with ideas of places to stay during the event, these are available within the registered attendees area.
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