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Moodlemoot UK & Ireland 2020 Online

September 28-30, Worldwide.

So the 2020 UK & Ireland Moodlemoot is over… what next?

Virtual with a Twist!

In the interest and safety of all of our Moodlers, the 2020 MOOTIEUK took place as an online event… with a twist.

You can now check out over 50 on demand presentations, recorded interviews, panels, open mics, presentation slides and sponsor areas from the 2020 UK & Ireland Moodlemoot.

On Demand...

There are over 50 on demand presentations which were pre-recorded in the run up to the UK & Ireland Moodlemoot. 

We encourage you to post your own feedback, and actively participate on the site.  

Let us know which on-demand sessions you enjoyed! 

Live Sessions

Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th consisted of live panels, open mics and meet the expert sessions. 

Each of the live sessions were recorded and have been uploaded to the MootIEUK platform. 

Missed out on a session? You can now find it on the MootIEUK site.

MOOTIEUK Structure​

The event involved three types of presentations: recordings, live sessions and workshops.

All standard presentations were pre-recorded as on-demand sessions. On the Monday, there were 90-120 minute active training workshops on different topics.

 Live sessions on the Tuesday and Wednesday included Open Mic sessions, Panel sessions and Meet the Expert sessions. 

MootIEUK Community

The MootIEUK platform will remain open as a wealth of knowledge and a community of shared ideas and information. 

We encourage attendees to actively participate on the site. Post in discussion forums, start a conversation, download slides and leave feedback for presenters. 

Let us know what you think by posting the hashtag #MootIEUK and start a conversation with other Moodlers!

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Some of our users are having trouble logging in. Don’t worry, you can reset your password using your registered email. 

Still can’t log in? Please email from your registered email address and we will make sure you to get you online pronto!

Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions. Find out more about Covid-19 and the current updates on the or WHO website.