Athens, Ga. – A one-day interactive conference about Moodle, a free learning management system that school systems can use for learning purposes, will be hosted by the University of Georgia College of Education July 19 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education.
The Southeast Moodle Mini Moot Learning Management System for K-12 Conference will focus on how schools systems can use the system for blended and online learning of common core standards, organizing a 1:1 initiative or flipping a classroom.
School administrators, curriculum directors, technology coordinators and teachers can learn about how to initiate, implement and maintain Moodle for a variety of purposes and audiences.
Session topics will include:
• Introduction to Moodle
• Installing, updating and backing up
• Site, category and course organization
• K-12 innovative uses
• Professional development
Speakers for this conference include David Millians, a Moodle administrator and technical support specialist in the UGA Educational Technology Center, based in the College of Education; Moodle providers and K-12 Moodle users
Registration cost for the conference is $125, which includes conference materials, two refreshment breaks, lunch and a parking pass. The registration deadline is July 5. The conference is sponsored by the UGA Educational Technology Center.
For more information and to register, see www.coe.uga.edu/events.