Moodle-Mahara Meetup Full Program now available!

An impressive line-up of international and local presenters can be found in the full program of the inaugural Moodle-Mahara Meetup (#MMMup) to be held in Adelaide on 8 May.

Educators, Learning & Development Managers and ICT Professionals will learn from and interact with some of the most highly regarded Moodle-Mahara (also known as Mahoodle) experts in our region.

The program includes an excellent variety of main presentations, break-out sessions and workshops, as well as networking opportunities designed to enable delegates to share ideas and experiences with industry specialists and other event participants.

Some of the event topics include:

  • What’s the latest with Moodle and Mahara
  • Learning Analytics: Using Moodle and Mahara to driving learner success
  • Open Badges: Moodle as the issuer – Mahara as the receiver
  • Gahoodle = Moodle-Mahara + Google Apps
  • Moodle-Mahara Mobile for assessing on the go
  • Using Mahoodle for MOOCs and CPD
  • Undertake a Mahoodle Design Challenge

Keynote speakers, Tracy Willis and Andrew King from the Box Hill Institute will share their experience using the data or learning/learner analytics from Moodle and Mahara to improve learning outcomes and course completions.

Closing plenary speaker, Richard Wyles from Totara will share his experiences leading a Mozilla Foundation inspired project aimed at implementing the open badges framework in Moodle, Mahara, and TotaraLMS.

View the full program here:

Download the event flyer here:

Register now to avoid the disappointment of missing out on this exciting new event:

Event details:
Date: Wednesday 8 May 2013
Time: 8.30am-4.30pm
Venue: Rydges South Park, 1 South Terrace Adelaide
Cost: $240.00 incl GST

Event hashtag: #MMMup

For further information about this event, contact Allison Miller: 0400 732 270, email:


More information:

“Moodle-Mahara Meetup” is as not-for-profit event which aims to raise the profile of the connection between Moodle and Mahara, also known as Mahoodle, to lower the barriers of online learning.

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