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Notes by James Neill
I had wireless connectivity during Moodleposium/2010 (Oct 7-8, 2010), so I micro-blogged on Twitter (http://twitter.com/jtneill) with the #mpos10 tag. I bookmarked on Delicious - jtneill/mpos10. I also typed wiki-notes and have organised them here:
- User:James Neill/Moodleposium/2010/Dearn
- User:James Neill/Moodleposium/2010/Evans
- User:James Neill/Moodleposium/2010/Tuckfield
- User:James Neill/Moodleposium/2010/Dougiamas
- User:James Neill/Moodleposium/2010/Schuhmacher
- User:James Neill/Moodleposium/2010/Neill
- User:James Neill/Moodleposium/2010/Ridden
- User:James Neill/Moodleposium/2010/Dreschler
- User:James Neill/Moodleposium/2010/Alam
- Moodle 2.0 is pretty much ready to go - it offers improved security and involves major rewrites of significant functionality e.g., Files system and Messaging, new features such as better capacity for bringing in external social media
- University of Canberra, Australian National University, and CIT, the three major tertiary providers in the ACT, are now all on Moodle (1.9) - which is facilitating valuable cross-institutional collaboration - they will all be migrating to v2 in 2011.
- The Australian Government announced that public sector information was to have a default creative commons attribution license.