From 5 – 7 December 2018, Moodle HQ will be at the OEB Global Conference in Berlin, Germany, to meet and talk to educators and edtech experts.
OEB is one of the world’s leading conferences on technology supported learning and training that brings together the corporate, education and public service sectors to share expertise and experiences. We at Moodle HQ want to connect with teachers, policy makers, higher education leaders and technology specialists because it drives us to improve our learning platform to keep empowering educators worldwide.
Where to see Moodle HQ at OEB Global
If you are registered for the conference, don’t miss the session from our Founder and CEO Martin Dougiamas, who will talk about the role of Open Technologies and Open Education for a sustainable world on December 6 at 12pm in Room Potsdam III.
You can also get a pass for the Free Exhibition and come to our stand D40 to meet some of our staff, ask us any questions you have about our learning platform and find out how it can meet your teaching and training needs. We will also showcase the latest version of the Moodle App at our booth so that you can try it for yourselves and see how it can make learning accessible from all devices.
Our Development Manager Gavin Henrick is facilitating a workshop on Course Design and Learning Competencies which is currently sold out. If you are missing the workshop, don’t hesitate to come speak to Gavin at our stand afterwards!
Moodle Partners Edunao (France) and Synergy (UK and Ireland) will also welcome visitors at their stands in the OEB Free Exhibition, do not miss the chance to talk to them about how they can support your e-learning projects!
Moodle at OEB Global – Practical information
- When and where: OEB Global in Hotel InterContinental (Budapester Strasse 2, 10787 Berlin, Germany)
- Session “Why the World Needs Open Source and Open Education to Survive” by Martin Dougiamas, Founder and CEO. December 6, 12pm, Room Potsdam III.
- Moodle booth: D40
- Free Exhibition opening hours: 5 December – 11am to 6pm || 6 December – 9:30am to 6pm || 7 December – 9:30am to 5pm – Register for the Free Exhibition here.