Contributing to the MoodleNet project
MoodleNet is a new open social media platform for educators, focussed on professional development and open content. In May 2018 we created a prototype overview as the result of a design sprint, which gives a flavour of where we're headed.
To get there, we need people like you to contribute to this project to make it the best it can be. Got an idea? Share it! Have a question? Ask it!
How to get involved
While we build out a guide to contributing, there are a number of ways you can get involved:
- Discussion forum - ask questions, make suggestions, and connect with other members of the MoodleNet community
- Community calls - participate in these monthly calls
- Trello board - comment on work in progress
Note: you don't have to have any particular pedagogical or technical expertise to make suggestions or get involved. All that's needed is enthusiasm!
Who's behind this project?
- MoodleNet Lead: Doug Belshaw
- MoodleNet Technical Architect: Mayel de Borniol
Ways of working
We're working as openly and transparently as possible with this project. As a member of the MoodleNet community, almost everything you come across should link to something else that you have access to. If you don't, it's probably because it's commercially-sensitive, or includes personal details that we want to protect. Having said that, it could also be by accident, in which case you're welcome to request access.
If you happen to be attending a MoodleMoot, there's a good chance that there will be someone talking about MoodleNet. Check out programmes to see if there's a dedicated session!
Finally, we're planning to issue a series of badges to contributors to the MoodleNet project. Watch this space!