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Day 1

Day 1 on Moodleposium website


Day 1: Moodleposium Program

8:30 – 9:00

Registration and informal chat

9:00 – 9:15

Acknowledgement of Country
Dr Kay Price, Director, Ngunnawal Indigenous Higher Educational Centre

Official Welcome
Mr Andrew Barr, ACT Minister for Education & Training

9:15 – 10:15

Keynote: Moodleposium/2009/Kirkpatrick,
Pro Vice-Chancellor Learning, Teaching and Quality
The Open University (UK)

10:15 – 10:30

Moderated Questions

10:35 – 11:05

Morning Tea and informal chat


Session 1 A
11:10 – 11:50

Management
Building 2 Room B9

Panel: Lessons Learned
(80 minute discussion)

Panel leader:
Leonard Low, UC

Teaching
Building 2 Room B7
Group work: Fairly Assessable?

Presenter:
Amanda Burrell, UC: Moodleposium/2009/Burrell

Teaching
Building 2 Room B11

Using Moodle to support university wide communities

Presenter:
Peter Evans, USQ: Moodleposium/2009/Evans

Session 1 B
11:50 – 12:30


Panel continues…

Getting ‘them’ in and keeping ‘them’ talking

Tips & Tricks for using Online discussions and communities


Presenter:
Kerry Trabinger, CIT

Creative Moodling


Presenter:
Jordan Williams, UC: Moodleposium/2009/Williams

12:30 - 13:30

Lunch

13:45 - 14:45

Keynote: Martin Dougiamas,
Founder and lead developer of Moodle: Moodleposium/2009/Dougiamas

14:45 - 15:15

Questions and/or discussion

15:15 - 15:35

Afternoon tea and informal chat


Session 2 A
15:40 - 16:20

Management
Building 2 Room B9

The Moodle community as an Open Source development model, and implications for managing Moodle at an enterprise-wide level


Presenters:
Mark Drechsler & Steve Watt, NetSpot: Moodleposium/2009/DrechslerWatt

Teaching
Building 2 Room B7
Communicate? How?

Presenter:
Julian Ridden

Technical
Building 2 Room B11

Hosting Enterprise Moodle for the university sector: A case study based approach


Presenter:
James Strong, NetSpot


Session 2 B
16:20 – 17:00

Management sharing and caring
Leader:
Helen Carter: Moodleposium/2009/ArnoldChirnsideCarter

Creating and sustaining communities


Presenter:
Aliya Steed, ANU (Law)

Upgrade to Moodle 2: Technical issues


Presenter:
Martin Dougiamas, founder and lead developer of Moodle

Dinner: optional

There is no conference dinner, but a buffet for up to 60 people has been made an option. The cost is $35 for the buffet. Please book directly with the restaurant:

Pavilion on Northbourne
242 Northbourne Ave, Dickson
Phone: +61 2 6247 6888
Email reservations
(Quoting booking code: ACODE9)