Moodle MOOT Virtual Conference 2015

Moodle MOOT Virtual Conference is under way. The 4th annual MoodleMoot Virtual Conference (MMVC15) for 2015 is a free annual webathon event that will take place from August 7-9, 2015 on MMVC15 WizIQ Webathon and on MoodleMoot Moodle learning environments. Click to get the Count Down to MMVC15

Moodle MOOT Virtual Conference

MMVC15 is short for Moodle MOOT Virtual Conference. MMVC11 was scheduled to take place in Cancun, Mexico. It was designed as a summer vacation for the whole family. Things didn’t work out, and it became an online event. Maybe, one day, MMVC will take place face-to-face somewhere around the world.

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Main Conference Areas

The main conference area is on WizIQ. You will be receiving ongoing updates before, during, and after MMVC15: Participants, who reflect on the sessions on their blogs, will receive a certificate of completion for the MOOT. Submission of the reflections and certificates will be awarded in the Moodle course area:

Past Conferences

Moodle MOOT 3-day Virtual Conference began in 2011. The recordings of the exciting presentations from past MMVCs are available below: 

  1. MMVC14:
  2. MMVC13:
  3. MMVC12:
  4. MMVC11:


Highlights of MMVC15

The theme of MMVC15 is connecting for learning. Educators and technology experts share their best practices on how to teach with technology. The topics cover the following areas:

  • Teaching and Learning with Technology
  • Teaching and Learning Online
  • Blended Learning
  • Mobile Learning
  • Blended Online Learning
  • Badges for Learning
  • Online Learning Environments
  • Learning in Virtual Worlds
  • Case Studies on Moodle

Webinars for MMVC15

The presenters of MMVC15 are volunteer educators and technology experts who use technology in face-to-face, fully online or in blended learning courses. You can access the presentations for MMVC15 and the content in the courseware of MMVC15 conference area.

The live class and recordings will be available for download as MP4 files. You can access the webinars and recordings in the in the course schedule on WizIQ. The WizIQ teaching system automatically enrols the members of the conference in each of the webinars. Click here to enrol:

Daily Schedule for August 7-9, 2015

August 7 9 AM  EST Dr. Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Opening Ceremony
August 7 10 AMEST Charles Goodger Teaching language through action songs 
August 7 11 AMEST Dr. Anna Grabowska Active Citizens 60+ case studies
August 7 12 PMEST Dr. Nellie Deutsch Where’s my Badge? I did all my work?
August 7 1 PM EST Matt Rogers, Education Project Manager, DigitalMe & Sharon Middleton, Director, Makewaves Using Open Badge ‘Packs’ to support the teaching of computing within the curriculum
August 7 2 PM EST Stephan Hughes Technology to Development
August 7 3 PM EST Rob Howard Make online students feel right at home
August 8 8 AM EST Sheeba Ajmal Effective Use of technology in Early Years
August 8 9 AM EST Shanthi Cumaraswamy Streat Reach Out to Language Learners through Blogging
August 8 10 AMEST Janvier Nkurunziza Teacher training with Moodle in Africa/at the University of Rwanda, action research
August 8 11 AMEST Brenda Mallinson Remixing OERs – Adapting for Purpose and Context
August 8 12 PMEST Halina Ostankowicz- Bazan Future of Education
August 8 1 PM EST Frederica-AZANIA Clare Peace & Culture Warriors: ONLINE WAR ABOLITION & PEACE ADVOCACY from your armchair…
August 8 2 PM EST Vicky Papageorgiou
August 8 3 PM EST Dr Ebba Ossiannilsson The battle for innovation towards opening up education
August 9 9 AM EST Vance Stevens
August 9 10 AMEST AgileBill Krebs “Andragons” – the shape of learning
August 9 11 AMEST Rosmery Ribera Ferrier Academic Paragraph and Essay Writing
August 9 12 PMEST Anita Adnan Using FB closed group to support postgraduate students in their journey : an initiative by DSG team, Malaysia.
August 9 1 PM EST Eduardo Lina Moodle as a Huge Digital Book
August 9 2 PM EST Azmira Amran MOOCs
August 9 3 PM EST Dr. Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle Mobile and closing ceremony


Presenters will receive certificates for presenting. Participants will receive certificates of completion, if they qualify. The criteria for the certificates of completion is to reflect on 3 webinars or recordings that are available in the courseware of the conference area on WizIQ under live classes: in a blog post for each webinar. There is no due date, but we recommend submitting your reflections by the end of August.

Submit Reflections

The links to 1 blog post of the reflections must be submitted here on the Moodle.


Please contact Dr. Nellie Deutsch at for further information.

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