2022 UK & Ireland Moodlemoot: Day 1
The 2022 UK & Ireland Moodlemoot kicked off on Monday May 9th, the first day of our third online three day-event!
Moodlers from around the globe gathered virtually, to discuss the latest edtech trends, collaborate and share e-learning ideas and mingle with other educators and developers.
Each presentation and workshop from MootIEUK22 was recorded live via Zoom Webinar.
Please note: all recordings can be accessed on the MootIEUK22 community site by those who have a registered email.
Day 1 Panels
Panel 1 - How to evaluate the success or lack of success of a new plugin feature?
Laia Canet from Brickfield Education Labs led this 30 minute panel on the first day of the UK & Ireland Moodlemoot.
Joining Laia was Aurelie Soulier (University College London), Tomasz Muras (Enovation), Mark Johnson (Catalyst IT EU), Rob Lowney (Dublin City University) and Janice Love and Stephen Nulty from Maynooth University.
The discussion was based on the topic of plugins for Moodle. The panellists gave their perspectives on how they measure the success of a plugin, and opposingly, how they measure the failure of a plugin in Moodle. Laia asked each of the panellists if they have used surveys or questionnaires to measure the impact of a plugin. And if so, how they measured it and what they found.
You can watch the full discussion via the recording on the UK & Ireland Moodlemoot site.
Panel 2 - Upgrading Moodle - Different approaches
Concluding the first day of the UK & Ireland Moodlemoot, over one hundred attendees tuned in for the hour long panel discussion titled ‘Upgrading Moodle – different approaches’.
Deborah Couëdelo (Enovation), Mark Glynn (DCU NIDL), Tim Hunt (Open University), Davo Smith (Synergy) and Sam Taylor (Catalyst IT) joined MootIEUK host Gavin Henrick.
The panel covered the topical subject of upgrading Moodle. With the new release of Moodle 4.0, we had input from multiple perspectives as the panel spanned service providers, developers and university representatives.
The session covered various factors regarding upgrading Moodle, with the panel answering the following questions:
Access the recordings
Day 1 of the UK & Ireland Moodlemoot was jam packed with short presentations, long presentations and workshops from the community. All of these sessions were recorded and can be accessed on the community platform.
Here is a list of the workshops from Monday 9th May, Day 1 of MootIEUK.