Recharge your teaching practice at MoodleMoot Italia in December

The 3-day conference, taking place in Verona on December 5-7, will have a strong focus on Learning Analytics

MoodleMoot Italia is the annual Moodle conference organised by the Italian Moodle Users Association (AIUM), for professionals and organisations interested in research, development and teaching practices within the Moodle learning environment.


The latest advancements in Learning Analytics 

Get up to date with research and implementation of Learning Analytics from the hand of Elizabeth Dalton, Moodle HQ’s Research Analyst, and Paula de Waal, Head of Teaching Innovation Center at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.

You will have the chance to explore the latest features of Moodle Learning Analytics in a hands-on workshop and learn what questions you need to ask and answer to select the best Learning Analytics models, targets and indicators for your organisation.


Learn from peer educators, researchers, and Moodle admins and developers

Participate in workshops, tutorials, scientific sessions and presentations to improve your skills and enhance your knowledge. By hearing success stories and best practices with the Moodle LMS from a varied range of presenters coming from all sectors, you will have the chance to learn how Schools, Universities and Workplaces are innovating with their LMS and improving the quality of education, training and research.


Network and explore Verona

Don’t miss the after-conference social activities, including an informal technical party on on November 5th, the social dinner on November 6th and a very special guided tour of the Moot’s unique venue: the university campus of Santa Marta, a 19th century Austrian military complex originally used for the production and storage of bread, grain and other rations.


How can you be part of MoodleMoot Italia 2019?

MoodleMoot Italia 2019

Verona

5 – 7 December 2019
Università di Verona – Polo universitario Santa Marta

Register for the event at the MootIT19 site.

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