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What has been the best session so far?
by Julian Ridden - Friday, 16 May 2014, 10:34 AM

A weird thing about being on the "other side of the fence" this iMoot is that I have not been living on energy drinks to see all the sessions! :P

What have been some of the highlights so far I should make sure I check out in recorded form?


(Edited for a typo by Vinny Stocker - original submission Friday, 16 May 2014, 9:58 AM)

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Re: What has been the best session so far?
by Maureen Perkins - Friday, 16 May 2014, 10:41 AM

On your case was excellent and has really made changes to my teaching practice as well asn the way I deal with dilemmas. (Stephen Rinke and Michael Tighe)

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Re: What has been the best session so far?
by Frank Fucile - Saturday, 17 May 2014, 2:15 AM

Hi Julian - for this iMoot I am focussing on Mobile Learning and User Interface so from that perspective these were excellent sessions:

B15 / B34 - Designing a Multi-device Moodle Course Site: A Case Study
Presenter : Paul Hibbitts (Canada) -

B28 / B42 - Mobile-Learning
Presenter : Bas Brands (Netherlands) -



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Re: What has been the best session so far?
by karli white - Saturday, 17 May 2014, 3:25 AM

Inspired Uses of Moodle Quiz and Database Modules gave me several ideas to try out

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Re: What has been the best session so far?
by Jeremy Hopkins - Saturday, 17 May 2014, 4:57 AM

Ooh... contentious!

I guess that depends on your interest, I have not watched many yet as I had a lot on at work but have been going over some of the recordings.

I was really interested in Justin Hunts plugin development presntation particluarly as there doesnt seem to be anything like that for Moodle2, I was also really interested in Tim Hunts session on online exams, I think that will grow massively. We are watching the OU very closely on this, adding auto save to quiz etc, I think we will be making much more use of Moodle for online exams over the next couple of years.