The use of educational technologies, including Moodle, webinars, simulations, social media, mobile devices, Apps, video training, digital problem-based training and a more blended-delivery approach, have reshaped hospital training.
Who should present at HealthMoot?
- Have you presented at a MoodleMoot or other healthcare education conference?
- Do you have a great practical use of Moodle, or a collection of technologies, to meet learning expectations in a healthcare environment?
- Are you using an innovative simulation approach to promote collaboration, exploration, reflection and authentic learning?
- Are you developing a fantastic plugin or integration that you want to promote to the healthcare community?
- Are you a Multi-media or Instructional Design specialist who could provide expert advice on how to craft a great learning experience in a healthcare setting?
If you answered yes to any of the above we would love to see you presenting your content at the inaugural HealthMoot.
As a presenter you will get to attend and enjoy the conference for free (Note: Complementary pass can only be offered for Day 2 - you will need to register and pay to attend a Masterclass).
We need you to email your presentation submission by 25 August 2014 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How long is a session?
- Presentation session should be 25 minutes, including 5 minutes of Q&A time.
What do you need to submit?
- Potential presenters will need to submit:
- An abstract of up to 250 words outlining what the presentation is about and who will be presenting
- An indication of which theme(s) your presentation is related, and who will benefit from attending.
What's the theme?
The theme of the conference is "Moodle and Innovation in Healthcare". Below is a guide as to the sorts of sub-themes we are looking for in the presentations.
- Moodle Tools, plugins and integration cases
- Learner-centered engagement and pathways
- Hybrid/Blended learning
- Simulation learning and gamification
- Mobile learning and devices
- Social media, collaborative and collective learning
- Staff capability and compliance programs
- Digital Authoring tools and resources
- Instructional design approaches
- Multimedia elements and context learning
- Resource development and content management
- All presentations are to be in digital format. Presentation files can be uploaded to the HealthMoot site before the conference.