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(DRAFT PROGRAM: October 8) Canada Moodle Moot October 20 - 23, 2015
Université de Montréal 
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Monday, October 19
 

17:00

Get Together: Embassy Suites Hotel Join us in the restaurant!
Joignez-vous à nous lors d'un 5 à 7 au restaurant de l'hôtel Embassy Suites
We have organised an informal gathering at the restaurant of the Embassy Suites to begin your Moot in Montreal on the right foot. You can join us, starting at 5 pm, to enjoy some drinks and light snacks. Complete meal and other drinks will be available to puchase directly from the waiter. Everybody is welcome. People who reserve at the Embassy Suites will have free drink included in their package.   Fun will be included for all!

The Embassy Suites by Hilton Montreal hotel restaurant is located at the lobby/entrance area and offers casual dining from dawn to dusk in an informal setting.
 Embassy Suites by Hilton Montreal208 Saint Antoine Ouest, Montreal, Quebec,H2Y OA6, CanadaTEL: +1-514-288-8886

Moderators
SL

Sylvain Lefebvre

Polytechnique Montreal
Instructional Designer at École Polytechnique since 1999. Advises faculty members on the best use of new technologies, as well as how to adapt teaching styles to fit student needs.

Monday October 19, 2015 17:00 - 19:00
Embassy Suites Restaurant
 
Tuesday, October 20
 

07:30

Transportation from your hotel to University
A guide will be in the lobby of your hotel either Hotel Gouverneur Place Dupuis or Embassy Suites to help you navigate the Metro on Tuesday morning.  Meet your guide at 7:30 in the lobby of your  hotel.  Look for the Moodle Moot sign!

Moderators
SL

Sylvain Lefebvre

Polytechnique Montreal
Instructional Designer at École Polytechnique since 1999. Advises faculty members on the best use of new technologies, as well as how to adapt teaching styles to fit student needs.
avatar for Alexandra Popadic

Alexandra Popadic

Polytechnique Montréal
Alexandra Popadic: E-Learning Multimedia Specialist at École Polytechnique since 2011. Works with PHP programmers and systems administrators to implement web applications such as Moodle.  Also assists the Moodle Support Services, writing procedures and responding to faculty / student requests.

Tuesday October 20, 2015 07:30 - 08:00
Hotel Gouverneur Place Dupuis

08:00

REGISTRATION
INSCRIPTION
Tuesday October 20, 2015 08:00 - 09:00
B2-15

09:00

The Impact of Moodle Reports

Do know how your audience is navigating through your Moodle site?  Have you ever wondered when your audience is most likely to be active?  Have you ever wondered if the audience is achieving the learning objectives?

The impact of Moodle Reports on instructional design explores how interaction data from Moodle can help improve the learning experience.  Learn how to use this data to optimize your Moodle site, understand your audience interactions with your Moodle site and find opportunities to improve the content. 

At the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Identify the four types of Moodle reports
  • Run Moodle reports
  • Describe four techniques to improve instructional design based on data collected from Moodle reports

Speakers
RM

Reham Mahdi

Training Coordinator, Concordia University
Ms. Mahdi has been working at Concordia University since 1997. She worked as Information Technology Trainer providing a variety of computer based training to faculty members, staff and students at Concordia University.  She has been working as a Training Coordinator at the Instructional and Information Technology Services Department. Ms. Mahdi has been training, designing, organizing and providing different technology based workshops to the... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2015 09:00 - 10:45
B-3325

09:00

Assessment with Moodle Forum

This workshop targets faculty members who are interested in either using Moodle forum for assessing student learning or using assessment to manage the quality and quantity of student interactions within a forum. Two methods of assessment will be covered - ratings and rubrics. Participants will not only gain a conceptual understanding of what ratings and rubrics are and the pedagogical reasons for their use, but also learn how to configure ratings, create rubrics, and use both methods to assess student forum contributions through demonstrations, examples and scenario-based practice exercises throughout the workshop.

 


Speakers
avatar for Ying Li

Ying Li

Ying Li is an instructional designer on the Training and Support team of Instructional& Informational Technology Services (IITS) at Concordia University. She designs and develops training programs and materials to support faculty members in using learning technologies, such as Moodle and Student Response Systems, to enhance teaching and learning. Befitting her years of university teaching and instructional design experience, she believes in an... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2015 09:00 - 10:45
B-3315

10:45

11:00

Creative use of Moodle Part 1
In this presentation you will see creative examples of using common Moodle features such as forums, glossaries, choice activity, pages, and Wiki.  You will also get an understanding of how to set up these types of activities to make your teaching more efficient and interesting.

Speakers
AS

Anna Sokolovskaya

IT training specialist, Concordia University
Anna Sokolovskaya is an IT training specialist at Concordia University with over 5 years of experience in providing support for the Moodle Learning Management System.When not assisting faculty members in incorporating technology into their teaching practices Anna can be found designing and delivering various IT workshops. Besides her work she enjoys hiking, creating ikebana arrangements, and reading about creativity and education.


Tuesday October 20, 2015 11:00 - 12:00
B-3325

11:00

Powerful Assessment Using Moodle

Strong assessment is one of the keys to effective instruction and successful learners. Moodle Quiz module can be used to create effective assessment FOR and OF learning in your courses. Ii allows the teacher to design and build quizzes consisting of a large variety of question types. These questions are kept in the Question Bank and can be used in different quizzes.

You will begin by learning to set up clear categories, carefully designed questions and helpful feedback to create the question bank that is the foundation of Moodle Quiz. Once you have configured the quiz and specified your security requirements, you can select questions by hand or randomly. Once learners have completed the quiz you can interact one-on-one or examine statistical data for large groups using the easily generated report.Come and join the discussions!


Support for online learning and assessment:

http://joans-place.com/

If you have a laptop, bring it along and you can create your own questions and quizzes.

TAKE - AWAYS: Purchase Instant Moodle Quiz Module How to and support Moodle development:

https://moodle.org/mod/data/view.php?d=55&mode=single&page=12

Support for online learning and assessment:

http://joans-place.com/

Course sharing hub
https://hub.rockyview.ab.ca/


Speakers
avatar for Joan Coy

Joan Coy

Independent Educational Consultant
Joan works as an Independent Educational Consultant focusing on on-line and blended learning. She began teaching with Athabasca University, then a rural K to 12 school followed by serving as Principal of the PWSD on-line school, PAVE. She provides support to on-line educators and has spoken provincially, nationally and internationally on topics relating to on-line education, Moodle and assessment.Joan created a mini book intended for new... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2015 11:00 - 12:00
B-3315

12:00

13:15

Creative use of Moodle Part 2
In this presentation you will see creative examples of using common Moodle features such as forums, glossaries, choice activity, pages, and Wiki.  You will also get an understanding of how to set up these types of activities to make your teaching more efficient and interesting.

Speakers
AS

Anna Sokolovskaya

IT training specialist, Concordia University
Anna Sokolovskaya is an IT training specialist at Concordia University with over 5 years of experience in providing support for the Moodle Learning Management System.When not assisting faculty members in incorporating technology into their teaching practices Anna can be found designing and delivering various IT workshops. Besides her work she enjoys hiking, creating ikebana arrangements, and reading about creativity and education.


Tuesday October 20, 2015 13:15 - 14:30
B-3325

13:15

Unpacking Gradebook & Going Beyond Gradebook
Unpacking Gradebook (Joan): Assessment is critical role for most instructors using Moodle courses. Unfortunately, to some, the Gradebook is a challenge. In this session, we will use a backward assessment design to unpack the features of the Gradebook. Bring along your assessment plan and see how Gradebook can be used to help achieve your goals.
 
Going Beyond the Gradebook (Fernando): This session will demonstrate the Marking Manager and Progress Report plugins.  These extensions provide a centralized grading interface, student-progress tracking across multiple courses, customized student-notification and other features that allow instructors to go beyond the default Gradebook.  

Speakers
avatar for Joan Coy

Joan Coy

Independent Educational Consultant
Joan works as an Independent Educational Consultant focusing on on-line and blended learning. She began teaching with Athabasca University, then a rural K to 12 school followed by serving as Principal of the PWSD on-line school, PAVE. She provides support to on-line educators and has spoken provincially, nationally and internationally on topics relating to on-line education, Moodle and assessment.Joan created a mini book intended for new... Read More →
avatar for Fernando Oliveira

Fernando Oliveira

Director of Education Technology, Rosedale Academy
Fernando Oliveira is a committed teacher, instructional designer and developer. Over the past decade Fernando has assisted schools and organizations to develop effective online learning environments, particularly in remote communities that are inadequately served by bricks-and-mortar schools. In 2003, Fernando started the MoodleFN project, which aims to rally schools and organizations together to fund the development of Moodle plugins that... Read More →


Tuesday October 20, 2015 13:15 - 14:30
B-3315

14:30

15:00

Martin Dougiamas
Martin Dougiamas

Tuesday October 20, 2015 15:00 - 16:15
B-3315

16:30

Opening Welcome Wine & Cheese
Événement d'ouverture: vins et fromages
Join us for a warm welcome to Montreal by our hosts at the Université de Montréal  and École Polytechnique de Montréal  with drinks and appetizers!

Tuesday October 20, 2015 16:30 - 18:00
B-2294 | Cafétéria Chez Valére
 
Wednesday, October 21
 

07:30

Transportation from your hotel to University
A guide will be in the lobby of your hotel either Hotel Gouverneur Place Dupuis or Embassy Suites to help you navigate the Metro on Tuesday morning.  Meet your guide at 7:30 in the lobby of your  hotel.  Look for the Moodle Moot sign!

Moderators
SL

Sylvain Lefebvre

Polytechnique Montreal
Instructional Designer at École Polytechnique since 1999. Advises faculty members on the best use of new technologies, as well as how to adapt teaching styles to fit student needs.
avatar for Alexandra Popadic

Alexandra Popadic

Polytechnique Montréal
Alexandra Popadic: E-Learning Multimedia Specialist at École Polytechnique since 2011. Works with PHP programmers and systems administrators to implement web applications such as Moodle.  Also assists the Moodle Support Services, writing procedures and responding to faculty / student requests.

Wednesday October 21, 2015 07:30 - 08:00
Embassy Suites Restaurant

08:00

REGISTRATION
INSCRIPTION
Wednesday October 21, 2015 08:00 - 09:30
TBA

08:45

Opening Plenary: The Future of Moodle with Martin Dougiamas
Welcome Plenary

Moderators
Speakers
LB

Louise Béliveau

Vice-rectrice aux affaires étudiantes et aux études // | Vice-Rector, Student and Academic Affairs, Université de Montréal
SC

Steven Chamberland

Directeur des affaires académiques et de la vie étudiante // | Director, Academic and International Affairs, École Polytechnique de Montréal
avatar for Martin Dougiamas

Martin Dougiamas

Moodle Founder & CEO, Moodle PTY
Martin Dougiamas is best known as the founder of Moodle, the popular free course management system used by millions of teachers in 200 countries around the world. As the CEO of Moodle Pty Ltd in Perth, Western Australia, he leads the team of software developers at the heart of the Moodle project and the global network of 50 Moodle Partner service companies that help provide funding for this independent open source software project. Martin has a... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 08:45 - 10:00
B-0215

09:55

Transition
Wednesday October 21, 2015 09:55 - 10:00
TBA

10:00

Créer un thème responsive web design
Cette présentation permettra de monter comment créer un thème Moodle responsive web design. La présentation sera illustrée avec l'exemple précis de l'Université de Montréal. L'approche montrera comment il est possible de réutiliser un thème existant basé sur bootstrap afin de l'adapter aux exigences de l'institution.

Le thème de l'université de Montréal peut être vue ici : https://studium.umontreal.ca/


Speakers
avatar for Gilles-Philippe Leblanc

Gilles-Philippe Leblanc

Analyste en informatique / Computer analyst, Université de Montréal
Gilles-Philippe Leblanc est analyste informatique pour l'Université de Montréal et possède une forte expertise en intégration web et multimédia. | Il travaille depuis 2011 sur le projet StudiUM, une implémentation de Moodle 2.x. | | Gilles-Philippe Leblanc is a computer analyst for the University of Montreal and has a strong expertise in web and multimedia integration. | He works since 2011 on StudiUM project, an implementation... Read More →



Wednesday October 21, 2015 10:00 - 10:30
B-4295

10:00

Four Moodle Quizzes for First Users

In my experience, many of my students (college-level) are using Moodle for the first time. This session will present and explain four quizzes that I make available to all my students prior to the first lecture. The quizzes are designed to help students avoid some of Moodle's quirks and pitfalls. Covering the gamut of question types, the quizzes should also help teachers making the first steps up the learning curve of Moodle quiz-design. Lastly, I will present a summary of student comments/data collected over the years about Moodle usage.


Speakers
JR

James Roberts

I have been teaching economics and statistics in Canada and Europe for about 20 years and at present, I teach full-time at Dawson College in Montreal. I have been using Moodle for about 5 years but I have been writing in various computer languages for many more. I now teach all my classes in computer labs and integrate Moodle quizzes into class and home assignments.


Wednesday October 21, 2015 10:00 - 10:30
B-4285

10:00

How to work and share with the Moodle community

As a developer, how can I improve Moodle with my contribution?  In the presentation the following points will be covered:

  • Why are these contributions important to the community?
  • Release pace of new Moodle versions;
  • Supported versions;
  • Important information elements in a Moodle Tracker issue;
  • Life cycle of a task in the Moodle Tracker;
  • How to effectively use git;
  • Work required for getting your improvement accepted in the Moodle core; 
  • Unit test;
  • Behat;
  • Coding style;
  • Commit message in git;
  • Find the diff link for the branch;
  • Improvements vs bugs;
  • How to present a task so the Moodle community will accept it;
  • How to deliver a language fix; and
  • Key people at the Moodle HQ

 

 

 

 


Speakers
avatar for Steve Massicotte

Steve Massicotte

Concepteur TI/ Software Engineer, Université de Montréal
Steve travaille depuis 1999 à l’Université de Montréal. Il a travaillé sur de nombreux projets qui lui ont permis de travailler avec Cobol, C, ASP, C#, Java et PHP. Il travaille présentement sur le projet StudiUM qui est la version UdeM du logiciel open source Moodle (https://moodle.org/). | | Il s’intéresse depuis longtemps à l’agilité et aux techniques d’Extreme Programming. Depuis 2010, il a enfin la chance de mettre... Read More →



Wednesday October 21, 2015 10:00 - 10:30
B-4290

10:00

Linéaire ou modulaire ? Questions pédagogiques à propos de Moodle
Titulaire d'une maîtrise en information et communication et d'une autre en didactique du FLS, j'ai achevé la scolarité d'un doctorat sur l'autonomie des apprenants adultes à distance. J'ai travaillé dans la communication, l'édition et la didactique du français langue seconde avant de devenir concepteur technopédagogique, puis Directeur de la formation à la distance à la Faculté de l'éducation permanente de l'Université de Montréal.

Speakers
BR

Bruno Ronfard

Université de Montréal
Titulaire d'une maîtrise en information et communication et d'une autre en didactique du FLS, j'ai achevé la scolarité d'un doctorat sur l'autonomie des apprenants adultes à distance. J'ai travaillé dans la communication, l'édition et la didactique du français langue seconde avant de devenir concepteur technopédagogique, puis Directeur de la formation à la distance à la... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 10:00 - 10:30
B-4325

10:00

BigBlueButton Road Map

BigBlueButton is an open source web conferencing system that has deep integrations with Moodle.

Fred Dixon, the product manager for BigBlueButton, will give an overview of BigBlueButton with emphasis on the current and planned features for the Moodle community.

  • An overview of how BigBlueButton works within Moodle.
  • An opportunity to give feedback on the use of BigBlueButton at your organization and features you would like to see.
  • An understanding of the upcoming features planned for BigBlueButton.

Speakers
avatar for Frederick Dixon

Frederick Dixon

BigBlueButton & Blindside Networks (Sponsor)
Fred Dixon is the product manager for BigBlueButton, the open source web conferencing system for on-line learning.


Wednesday October 21, 2015 10:00 - 10:30
B-0215

10:30

11:00

Production Moodle en formation professionnelle: Part 1

Cette présentation portera sur la production de programmes en formation à distance sur l'environnement numérique d'apprentissage Moodle en formation professionnelle (au Québec).

Nous tenterons d'expliquer ce processus en nous intéressants aux différents acteurs impliqués, aux étapes de production, aux différents livrables (ressources, outils, etc.), au différents standards, au processus de gestion de la qualité ainsi qu'à la situation de travail.
http://www.cefrio.qc.ca/media/uploader/GBP-dev-comp-num-CEFRIO-pages-simples_.pdf 

 


Speakers
SP

Steve Prud'Homme

Commission scolaire de Laval
À la Commission scolaire de Laval, je suis conseiller technopédagogique et j'assure le pont entre la pédagogie, le design graphique, la programmation et l'intégration multimédia. Je trouve des solutions avant-gardistes et parfaitement adaptées à chacun de nos projets. Je manie l'image, le son, le texte, et la vidéo.   J'ai aussi fait des recherches en ce qui concerne les... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
B-4295

11:00

Understanding the Moodle Gradebook Part 1

In this hands-on presentation you will learn how to:

  • set up Moodle gradebook using various graded activities as well as grade items and categories
  • use Moodle gradebook to display letter grades, percentages, and feedback comments
  • incorporate bonus points and special calculations
  • edit your grading scheme without retyping grades
  • import and export grades from Moodle

Speakers
AS

Anna Sokolovskaya

IT training specialist, Concordia University
Anna Sokolovskaya is an IT training specialist at Concordia University with over 5 years of experience in providing support for the Moodle Learning Management System.When not assisting faculty members in incorporating technology into their teaching practices Anna can be found designing and delivering various IT workshops. Besides her work she enjoys hiking, creating ikebana arrangements, and reading about creativity and education.


Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
B-4290

11:00

L’Édition Moodle dopée aux stéroïdes

L'édition dans Moodle est souvent une entreprise fastidieuse qui se conforme aux standards périmés du siècle dernier. Le nouvel éditeur ATTO inclus dans Moodle 2.7+ améliore l'expérience de l'utilisateur, mais il y manque plusieurs fonctionalités. À l'aide du l'Éditeur Oohoo, l'édition dans Moodle est élevée à un niveau inégalé. Parmi les fonctionnalités qui seront abordées, on compte:

  • Activation bootstrap

  • colonnes

  • Sélecteur de couleurs personnalisés au thème

  • Éditeur enseignant / éditeur étudiant

  • Tabulateurs

  • Accordéon

  • Carrousel

  • Images adaptatives

  • Et bien plus...

Speakers
avatar for Nicolas Bretin

Nicolas Bretin

Branch Manager and Senior Programmer, Oohoo IT Services
Nicolas Bretin est directeur d'agence et programmeur en chef chez Oohoo IT Services.Il travaille avec Moodle depuis 4 ans notamment dans le développement de plugiels et d'intégrations personnalisés.  Nicolas Bretin is Branch Manager and Senior Programmer at Oohoo It Services.He has been working with Moodle for 4 years more specifically in plugin development and custom integrations.
PT

Patrick Thibaudeau

Patrick Thibaudeau is the Manager of Technology Enhanced Learning and Information Systems at York University's Glendon campus. Patrick has over 15 years of experience in technology and is Glendon's resident Moodle expert. Prior to joining Glendon's IT team, Patrick worked at the University of Alberta as a team lead and a Moodle expert. | | Patrick Thibaudeau est CTO et Vice Président de Oohoo IT services. Il travaille avec Moodle... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
B-4325

11:00

Transformed Moodle

At the Sommet sur l'Enseignement supérieur, in February 2013, it was announced that four CERACs (Centre d'expertise en reconnaissance des acquis et des compétences) would be created within the college network. The CEGEPs awarded a CERAC were: Cégep de Drummondville, Cégep de Ste-Foy, Cégep Marie-Victorin and Champlain Regional College. Over the last year, my colleagues and I have worked to design and develop a virtual space for communication and collaboration between these centers using Moodle (LMS). The goal was to create and support an online community of practice. The platform provides a space to bring together hundreds of pedagogical advisors in Recognition of Acquired Competencies (RAC), nearly twenty employees of the four CERACs and representatives from MESRS (Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de la Science).

The purpose of this presentation is to share our project with the Moodle Community, a project that revolves around an innovative interface. The transformed Moodle platform brings to mind the imagery of a house with a guest room, sitting room, children's room and a master bedroom.
http://www.profweb.ca/en/publications/real-life-stories/moodle-platform-moderating-the-cerac-community-of-practice2 


Speakers
avatar for Orzu Kamolova

Orzu Kamolova

Moodle Consultant/Education Advisor, DECclic Corporation
I work with Moodle for the last 4 years. I help all educators of all QC's CEGEPs to create online courses that complement classroom-based instruction and foster student interaction using the free learning management system Moodle. Design, develop and deliver online and face-to-face trainings to facilitate teachers' integration to the new virtual learning environments. Lead and facilitate workshops and webinars on Moodle training. Animate the... Read More →



Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
B-4285

11:00

A Sharing Community using a Moodle Hub

As the use of Moodle in Canada rapidly grows, so is our desire to share courses, materials and promising practice to avoid 'recreating the wheel'. Moodle Users in Alberta, Saskatchewan & BC are collaborating, using a Moodle Hub, to allow teachers to provide rich resources on-line to learners. The process of sharing and tweaking is so important - one teacher starts a project/course/resource with the time they have, then another teacher adds their time and viewpoint into it. The accumulation of efforts works to improve teacher practice and ultimately, student learning. Professional discussions in the group have evolved beyond open sharing to a learning community for online education. Come and join the discussions!

 

It is our intention that this will be an interactive session encouraging discussion.

- creation of an open sharing environment using Moodle 

- ideas about effective learning communities

- promising practices for distributed education

- strategies to promote on-line collaboration

  Our 'takeaways' include:

- creation of an open sharing environment using Moodle

- ideas about effective learning communities

- promising practices for distributed education

 - strategies to promote on-line collaboration

as well as free access to the Moodle Hub we are using:

https://hub.rockyview.ab.ca/

 

Speakers
avatar for Joan Coy

Joan Coy

Independent Educational Consultant
Joan works as an Independent Educational Consultant focusing on on-line and blended learning. She began teaching with Athabasca University, then a rural K to 12 school followed by serving as Principal of the PWSD on-line school, PAVE. She provides support to on-line educators and has spoken provincially, nationally and internationally on topics relating to on-line education, Moodle and assessment.Joan created a mini book intended for new... Read More →
avatar for Dirk Meyer

Dirk Meyer

Learning Specialist, Rocky View Schools
Dirk is a learning specialist with Rocky View Schools. Much of my responsibilities in that role is about enabling teachers to elevate their students' engagement in a smart and save way. Moodle has been a major part of my professional interest for nearly a decade and I enjoy sharing my excitement with others.


Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
B-0215

11:30

Transition
Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:30 - 11:35
TBA

11:35

Production Moodle en formation professionnelle Part 2

Cette présentation portera sur la production de programmes en formation à distance sur l'environnement numérique d'apprentissage Moodle en formation professionnelle (au Québec).

Nous tenterons d'expliquer ce processus en nous intéressants aux différents acteurs impliqués, aux étapes de production, aux différents livrables (ressources, outils, etc.), au différents standards, au processus de gestion de la qualité ainsi qu'à la situation de travail.
http://www.cefrio.qc.ca/media/uploader/GBP-dev-comp-num-CEFRIO-pages-simples_.pdf 

 


Speakers
SP

Steve Prud'Homme

Commission scolaire de Laval
À la Commission scolaire de Laval, je suis conseiller technopédagogique et j'assure le pont entre la pédagogie, le design graphique, la programmation et l'intégration multimédia. Je trouve des solutions avant-gardistes et parfaitement adaptées à chacun de nos projets. Je manie l'image, le son, le texte, et la vidéo.   J'ai aussi fait des recherches en ce qui concerne les... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:35 - 12:05
B-4295

11:35

Understanding the Moodle Gradebook Part 2

In this hands-on presentation you will learn how to:

  • set up Moodle gradebook using various graded activities as well as grade items and categories
  • use Moodle gradebook to display letter grades, percentages, and feedback comments
  • incorporate bonus points and special calculations
  • edit your grading scheme without retyping grades
  • import and export grades from Moodle

Speakers
AS

Anna Sokolovskaya

IT training specialist, Concordia University
Anna Sokolovskaya is an IT training specialist at Concordia University with over 5 years of experience in providing support for the Moodle Learning Management System.When not assisting faculty members in incorporating technology into their teaching practices Anna can be found designing and delivering various IT workshops. Besides her work she enjoys hiking, creating ikebana arrangements, and reading about creativity and education.


Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:35 - 12:05
B-4290

11:35

Les Maths sur Moodle au Cegep
L'intention de la présentation est non seulement de démontrer les avantages de l'utilisation sur Moodle de certains outils mathématiques dont la trousse Wiris, mais de permettre aux auditeurs de réaliser la facilité d'utilisation de ses outils.  Indépendants de Wiris, les présentateurs iront jusqu'à comparer Wiris avec d'autres logiciels populaires qu'ils préfèrent (dont Desmos et Géogébra) devant un représentant de Wiris qui, lui, tentera de défendre ses produits.  Assisterez-vous à un match de boxe ? Probablement pas, mais certainement à une course vers la réussite des étudiants et à une démonstration de collaboration.

http://moodle.cegepoutaouais.qc.ca/course/category.php?id=9

Speakers
MG

Maxime Gagné

Cégep de l'Outaouais
Enseignant en mathématiques au collégial depuis 2007, Maxime Gagné utilise depuis quelques années la plate-forme Moodle ainsi que Wiris dans ses cours. En plus de s'intéresser à l'intégration de divers logiciels mathématiques, Maxime est l'un des principaux concepteurs du centre d'aide virtuel en mathématique hébergé sur Moodle. Il est aussi maitre de la confection de... Read More →
LR

Line Raymond

Cégep de l'Outaouais
Titulaire de sa première classe de mathématique en 1988, Line Raymond a enseigné depuis tant au niveau collégial, au baccalauréat international qu'à l'université aussi bien en mathématique, en informatique qu'en sciences de l'éducation. Utilisatrice dans tous ses cours de la plate-forme Moodle depuis ses premiers balbutiements au Québec en 2003, elle découvre Wiris en 2007 et collabore depuis à son implantation au Cégep de... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:35 - 12:05
B-4325

11:35

Evaluate the Design of an Online Activity: a Case Study

Geneva Centre for Autism newly developed an online certificate course titled Autism Intervener Certificate Course - Online. This course was a self-phased course and is delivered entirely online via Moodle.  A case-based activity called "The Iceberg Profile” was included in this course.  A small-scale evaluative usability test was conducted to identify the design issues at this online activity. Three participants participated in the test. Multiple methods were used such as observations, interviews, questionnaires and course logs. Five areas of design-related issues were identified and seven recommendations were provided. Multiple adjustments were made to the online course as the results of this test.  

Keywords: Usability test, case-based online activity, design evaluation


Speakers
avatar for Lin Zhang

Lin Zhang

Web Administrator, Geneva Centre for Autism
Lin Zhang is the web administrator at Geneva Centre for autism. She has more than eight years experiences with Moodle and holds the Moodle Teacher Certificate. She currently manages three Moodle websites with combination of more than 30,000 registered learners. She specializes in Moodle management and self-phased multimedia course design. She holds a Master degree in in E-Business Technology and is currently enrolled in a doctoral programme in... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:35 - 12:05
B-4285

11:35

Leveraging Moodle: Quizzes on Steroids
This session will explore how Glendon's IT team converted a series of paper-based entrance exams into one online test administration system (STS). The talk is intended to provide a technical overview and a demo of STS as well as to discuss how Moodle was used as a framework for the implementation.

Speakers
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Aladin Alaily

Glendon Campus, York University
Aladin Alaily is the Director of Information Technology Services at York University's Glendon campus. As a graduate of the University of Toronto and Concordia University, Aladin has worked in the technology field for over 15 years. Prior to leading the technology team at Glendon, Aladin was as a senior developer and team lead at the University of Toronto and Concordia University.
PT

Patrick Thibaudeau

Patrick Thibaudeau is the Manager of Technology Enhanced Learning and Information Systems at York University's Glendon campus. Patrick has over 15 years of experience in technology and is Glendon's resident Moodle expert. Prior to joining Glendon's IT team, Patrick worked at the University of Alberta as a team lead and a Moodle expert. | | Patrick Thibaudeau est CTO et Vice Président de Oohoo IT services. Il travaille avec Moodle... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 11:35 - 12:05
B-0215

12:05

13:30

Plenary: Integrating technology within curricula and classrooms // Intégration des technologies au service de l’apprentissage de l’élève

Integrating technology within curricula and classrooms.  From aerospace to robotics, and wearable electronics to coding, find out how to go beyond websites and tablets through project-based learning and K-12 makerspaces.  Discover what some teachers are doing to provide their students with hands on, student centric, inquiry based collaborative project-based learning as Jeff Willson, Executive Director of Brilliant Labs, a non profit organization with a mandate to promote creativity, innovation, and an entrepreneurial spirit within our youth,  shares his experiences helping to develop over 30 public school makerspaces in the Maritimes and his work helping teachers develop hundreds of project-based learning opportunities.  He will share his insights and some of the many projects of innovative Maritime teachers who have championed the integration of transformative technologies within their classrooms, not only as a way to engage students, but to support student learning, find creative ways to spark innovation, share curricular outcomes, and prepare our youth for a successful future.

Intégration des technologies au service de l’apprentissage de l’élève.  De la robotique à l’aérospatial et des technologies mettables à la programmation informatique, allez au delà des sites web et des tablettes numériques avec l’aide de la pédagogie active et des labos créatifs (places aux fabricants).  Venez participer à un partage des expériences de Jeff Willson, Directeur général des Labos créatifs, un organisme à but non lucratif qui vise à promouvoir la créativité, les idées novatrices, et un esprit entrepreneurial chez les jeunes.  Il partagera ses expériences acquises en développant plus de 30 labos créatifs (places aux fabricants) pour des écoles maritimes de la maternelle à la 12e année.  Il partagera aussi ses expériences avec des centaines de projets pédagogiques, technologiques, et entrepreneuriaux qui intègrent de nouvelles technologies transformatrices afin d’appuyer l’élève à non seulement développer les compétences du 21e siècle, mais des appliquer afin de transformer leur avenir.


Moderators
RL

Richard Labrie

Directeur du service informatique // | Director, Computer Services, École Polytechnique de Montréal

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Wilson

Jeff Wilson

Jeff Willson is an educator, a maker, and a lifelong learner. As Executive Director of Brilliant Labs, he promotes STEAM and Maker education by supporting students and educators throughout the Maritime provinces with project-based learning and developing Makerspaces for K-12 schools. He believes in collective impact, learning by doing, and finding innovative ways of integrating hands on technology within classrooms and curriculum.


Wednesday October 21, 2015 13:30 - 14:30
B-0215

14:30

Transition
Wednesday October 21, 2015 14:30 - 14:35
TBA

14:35

Moodle for healthcare workers
Moodle from a Health Care perspective. It'll be a demonstration and overview of how the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) uses Moodle, particularly how it used Moodle to co-ordinate the training and orientation of employees moving to the new Glen superhospital. We will discuss some of the differences between Moodle in health care vs. Moodle in the educational sector.

Speakers
avatar for Jason Maur

Jason Maur

eLearning Technical Lead, McGill University Health Centre
I worked in the education sector as the Moodle lead developer at Dawson College in Montreal for 5 years. Currently, I am working in the health care industry as the eLearning technical lead at the McGill University Health Centre, a network of learning hospitals.


Wednesday October 21, 2015 14:35 - 15:05
B-4290

14:35

Building a Chemical Training course in Moodle

The use of lessons, certificates, meta courses, engaging activities, online notes, course reporting and tracking completion all came together when building a simple course to deliver some serious Chemical Safety Training in Australia.

The story of how the course was thought out, built, re-built, tested, re-built, tested and finally released to the market, and the feedback that has been received from the end users, many of whom are computer illiterate.

If you are interested to have a look at the site before my presentation please visit

http://chemlearn.com.au/moodle/

Follow the prompts (you do not have to pay though) and it will hopefully lead you through the course.

I look forward to meeting you all on Wednesday.

Cheers

Richard Wallace 

UPDATED INFORMATION FOR SESSION ( Sorry for shouting) ......................................................................

A short overview of what we tried to achieve when building this course and the Moodle tools we used and attempted to use to make the site as clear, informative and simple to navigate as possible.

Course level - Nationally Accredited by RTO (Registered Training Organisation), but can be used just for PD (Professional Development).

Target Audience - Farmers, Pest controllers, Council workers, Health workers, anyone using dangerous chemicals.

Development considerations - Low literacy, low computer experience (older farmers), low bandwidth and mobile devices.

Moodle tools used;

  1. AutoEnrol (plugin) - automatically enrols user into a course when they create an account
  2. Meta course (core) - then said anyone who was enrolled in the (Autoenrol course) then automatically became enrolled in other coursers set up with the Meta Course enrolment method
  3. PayPal Enrolment (core) - We will eventually enable this so that users can pay to access the courses.
  4. Lesson (core) - Linear, but also can use table of contents, assessable, information on same page as question, customised to send users straight back to course at end of lesson, then it did not recognise score and did not show up in "My grades"
  5. Activity completion (core) - Important so when users come back they know where they are up to,
  6. My Grades (plugin) - Shows scores in other courses in block and front page blocks, so users know exactly where they are up to,
  7. My Courses (theme option) - Lets users navigate easily as well as prove they are logged in, 
  8. Sub Courses (plugin) - Allows multiple courses to be used in a "Final course" to then gather results and provide a certificate.
  9. Simple Certificate (plugin) - By using sub courses, a user can print out a certifiacte of completion if all requirements are met.

There are plenty more cool things we did with this site, but I reckon I will be pushing to explain these 9 points.  If you are interested in more of a show and tell, I would be really happy to show you at other times during the conference.

Thanks for your interest and time

Cheers

Richard Wallace


Speakers
avatar for Richard Wallace

Richard Wallace

Director, ChemLearn
Kids, family, gardening, skiing, bike riding, moodling, sustainability, coffee, wine...


Wednesday October 21, 2015 14:35 - 15:05
B-4285

14:35

Caches et performance dans Moodle

Cette présentation permettra de mieux comprendre les différents systèmes de cache dans le contexte de l’application Moodle et donnera des astuces de configuration pour optimiser les performances, principalement pour les environnements en cluster de serveurs.

La présentation montrera, au travers d'exemples concrets et précis, quelles sont les approches retenues et mises en oeuvre à l'Université de Montréal.

Les différents outils et concepts utilisés seront présentés : MUC, memcache, memcached, cluster.

Les principaux enjeux et défis seront identifiés ainsi que les résultats obtenus.


Speakers
avatar for Jean-Philippe Gaudreau

Jean-Philippe Gaudreau

Developer, Université de Montréal
Je suis un concepteur-développeur pour l'Université de Montréal. Je co-dirige l'équipe de développement et d'opération de Moodle avec Steve Massicotte.



Wednesday October 21, 2015 14:35 - 15:05
B-4295

14:35

Le carnet de laboratoire Moodle
L'enseignement de la chimie expérimentale passe par l'utilisation du carnet de laboratoire. Dans la classe du 21ème siècle, l'évolution du format papier vers une version électronique est souhaitable.

Une équipe de professeurs de chimie du Cégep de Lévis-Lauzon et de l'Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR) a testé  parmi toutes les activités Moodle disponibles dans ces institutions, celle qui répondrait le mieux aux besoins ciblés (convivialité, français, multiplateformes). 

Nous présenterons les deux approches développées: d'abord, avec l'activité "Base de données" à l'UQAR et puis avec l'activité "WIKI Open University" ou "WIKI OU" au cégep de Lévis-Lauzon. 

Personnes impliquées dans le développement et dans l'expérimentation:

à l'UQAR - travaux sur l'outil base de données:

  • Richard St-Louis, professeur de chimie
  • Marie-Laine Roy, étudiante à la maîtrise en océanographie UQAR

Au cégep de Lévis-Lauzon - travaux sur l'outil WIKI OU:

  • Josée Debigaré, professeure de chimie
  • François Perreault, professeur de chimie
  • Nadia Laflamme, conseillère pédagogique TIC

Speakers
avatar for Josée Debigaré

Josée Debigaré

professeure, Cégep de Lévis-Lauzon
Détentrice d'une Maitrise en chimie de l'Université Laval, d'un certificat en pédagogie de l'université de Sherbrooke, Josée Debigaré enseigne la chimie au collégial depuis 1992. Elle est actuellement professeure de chimie au Cégep de Lévis-Lauzon et s'intéresse à la pédagogie assistée par les TIC.
avatar for Nadia Laflamme

Nadia Laflamme

cégep Lévis-Lauzon
Détentrice d'un baccalauréat en mathématiques et d'un certificat en pédagogie collégial de l'Université Laval, Nadia Laflamme enseigne les mathématiques au collégial depuis 2002. Elle est actuellement conseillère pédagogique TIC au cégep de Lévis-Lauzon.
avatar for Richard St-Louis

Richard St-Louis

professeur, Université du Québec à Rimouski
Détenteur d'un doctorat en océanographie de l'UQAR et d'une maîtrise en chimie de l'Université de Montréal, Richard St-Louis est professeur de chimie à l'UQAR.


Wednesday October 21, 2015 14:35 - 15:05
B-4325

14:35

Follow Up Discussion: Integrating technology within curricula and classrooms // Intégration des technologies au service de l’apprentissage de l’élève
further discussion on topic

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Wilson

Jeff Wilson

Jeff Willson is an educator, a maker, and a lifelong learner. As Executive Director of Brilliant Labs, he promotes STEAM and Maker education by supporting students and educators throughout the Maritime provinces with project-based learning and developing Makerspaces for K-12 schools. He believes in collective impact, learning by doing, and finding innovative ways of integrating hands on technology within classrooms and curriculum.


Wednesday October 21, 2015 14:35 - 15:05
B-0215

15:05

15:35

Développer un plugin adapté à vos besoins

Cette présentation montrera avec des exemples concrets comment développer un plugin Moodle (module, bloc...) adapté à vos besoins. La présentation montrera différents types de plugins Moodle. La présentation montrera également les enjeux concernant les fichiers de langues et la mise à jour du plugin.


Speakers
avatar for Gilles-Philippe Leblanc

Gilles-Philippe Leblanc

Analyste en informatique / Computer analyst, Université de Montréal
Gilles-Philippe Leblanc est analyste informatique pour l'Université de Montréal et possède une forte expertise en intégration web et multimédia. | Il travaille depuis 2011 sur le projet StudiUM, une implémentation de Moodle 2.x. | | Gilles-Philippe Leblanc is a computer analyst for the University of Montreal and has a strong expertise in web and multimedia integration. | He works since 2011 on StudiUM project, an implementation... Read More →



Wednesday October 21, 2015 15:35 - 16:05
B-4295

15:35

Doing the impossible. Moodle Reporting

Advanced Reporting in Moodle with Lambda Analytika

This presentation will demonstrate how matching a powerful, easy-to-use reporting solution, with access to all of your learning data, can be used to provide more meaningful, interactive and actionable insights. We demonstrate how using a modern reporting plugin will allow you to showcase the impact of your training and learning programs. 

You will learn how Lambda Analytika™:

  • Reduces the time spent creating LMS reports in Moodle
  • Quickly creates information-rich tables and insightful charts
  • Quickly creates interactive executive dashboards
  • Automates the delivery of reports with scheduling
  • Enables you to achieve your LMS reporting goals

Attendees will also receive a copy of the eBook: Advanced Reporting in Moodle with Lambda Analytika.

Speakers
avatar for Stewart Rogers

Stewart Rogers

Director of Product Management, Lambda Solutions
Stewart is an experienced product management professional with more than 15 years in technology product management. He leads the data and analytics development team at Lambda Solutions. Prior to Lambda, Stewart was the director of product management at Logibec, where he led the workforce management solutions development team. Before that he oversaw product management at ACL Services. Stewart is passionate about data management with respect to... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 15:35 - 16:05
B-4290

15:35

Flipping the classroom with Moodle wikis
The goals of this presentation are twofold: (1) it proposes a hybrid (online/face-to-face) learning environment consisting of wiki-based activities in which students decide what to emphasize in class discussions, according to their own needs and interests; and (2) it reports the results of a mixed methods study that measured and identified students' perceptions and attitudes towards the proposed activities via the use of a survey and oral interviews. Due to their editing abilities, cooperative nature, ease of use, and shareability, wikis are ideal tools for the implementation of the aforementioned constructivist, learner-centered environment (Karasavvidis, 2010).

Speakers
avatar for Walcir Cardoso

Walcir Cardoso

Concordia University, Concordia University
Dr. Walcir Cardoso is an associate professor of Applied Linguistics at Concordia University (Department of Education - Montreal, Canada). He conducts research on the second language (L2) acquisition of phonology, morphosyntax and vocabulary, and the effects of computer technology (e.g., clickers, text-to-speech synthesizers, automatic speech recognition) on L2 learning.


Wednesday October 21, 2015 15:35 - 16:05
B-4285

15:35

L’apprenant réflexif ou l’intégration du portfolio Mahara avec Moodle
Rendre autonome l'apprenant face à ses apprentissages propose l'intégration d'une dimension réflexive tout au long de son parcours dans un programme d'études.Cet aspect est principalement traité par l'adoption d'un portfolio.De son côté, la qualité de la réflexion est souvent amplifiée par la qualité et la fréquence des rétroactions de l'enseignant.Nous verrons comment allier les qualités du portfolio électronique Mahara comme espace réflexif aux outils évolués de rétroaction disponibles dans Moodle.

Speakers
AL

André Laflamme

Université de Montréal
Diplômé de la Faculté des sciences de l'éducation de l'Université de Montréal (1998) et détenteur d'une maîtrise en technologie éducative, il a travaillé comme concepteur de cours pour la Télé-Université (Université du Québec) et comme conseiller pédagogique au Centre Collégial de Formation à Distance (CCFD) maintenant... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 15:35 - 16:05
B-4325

15:35

The Integrated Testjet with Moodle Quiz
This is a how-to session based on the information from a research paper by A.D. Slepkov and R.C. Shiell (2014) showing that in an introductory physics course, the integrated testlet not only gave results comparable to the constructed response with respect to higher-level learning, but also offered greatly reduced variation in assigning partial grades. The integrated testlet will be described along with the results of the study, and an example of how to use the Moodle quiz to replicate the integrated testlet function will be presented.

Speakers
avatar for Mary Pringle

Mary Pringle

Learning Designer, Centre for Learning Design and Development, Athabasca University
In a world filled with tools, needs, and potential, I try every day to discover what learners already know, what motivates them to learn, how they can best learn with the resources that the course design team can make available to them, and how to demonstrate to learners and administrators that they have learned something. I have been designing online courses and working with faculty development at Athabasca University since 2006. I have... Read More →


Wednesday October 21, 2015 15:35 - 16:05
B-0215

16:05

Hospitality: Wine
Réception: vin
Join us for a drink before you leave for supper or join us for the offical banquet Canada Moodle Moot 2015!

Wednesday October 21, 2015 16:05 - 17:35
B-2294 | Cafétéria Chez Valére

17:30

Banquet @ Cercle HEC
Banquet au restaurant Le Cercle de HEC

Restaurant Le Cercle

3000, Côte Ste Catherine, 6e étage

(514)340-7170


Wednesday October 21, 2015 17:30 - 22:30
TBA
 
Thursday, October 22
 

08:45

Plenary: Quelles technologies pour soutenir l'apprentissage sans prof, sans classe, sans cours?//Which technologies to support learning without a teacher, no class, no course?
Dans le cadre de notre pratique, nous avons la chance de pouvoir explorer la conception de processus d’apprentissage (technopédagogie) en des territoires et sur des objets inhabituels : le renouveau organisationnel, la participation citoyenne, le développement des capacités collaboratives au sein des collectifs et des collectivités, le codesign de nouveaux projets et services. Nous cherchons à exploiter l’immense potentiel de l’apprentissage informel qui, lorsque soutenu par un cadre structurant et flexible et un agencement futé de méthodes d'intelligence collective et de technologies, ouvre de stimulantes possibilités pour la formation, tant en institutionnel qu’en milieu de travail. Nous présenterons deux de ces modèles  - le cercle d’apprentissage et l’apprentissage agile - qui nous servirons de point de départ à une conversation collective sur le rôle et le potentiel des environnements technologiques pour soutenir et concrétiser ces approches pédagogiques radicales.

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As part of our practice, we have the chance to explore the design of the learning process (technopedagogical) in the territories about unusual objects: organizational renewal, citizen participation, development of collaborative capabilities within the collective and that of  communities, and the co-design of new projects and services. We seek to exploit the huge potential of informal learning which, when supported by a structured and flexible framework and a smart layout of collective intelligence methods and technologies opens up exciting opportunities for training, both in institutional that workplace. We will present two of these models - the circle of learning and agile learning - that we will serve as a starting point to a collective conversation about the role and potential of technology environments to support and implement these radical pedagogical approaches 

Moderators
avatar for Olivier Guillot

Olivier Guillot

Moodle Team Lead, Université de Montréal
Olivier Guillot leads the Moodle Team at the Université de Montréal

Speakers
avatar for Yves Otis

Yves Otis

Co-directeur, Percolab
Avec trente années d’expérience en méthodologies de recherche et développement de l’apprentissage, de la collaboration et de la diffusion des savoirs, Yves modélise l’innovation sociale. Il accompagne les organisations dans l’implémentation de nouveaux usages et de nouveaux modèles d’affaires dans un contexte de changement stratégique, tel que le portail du Réseau des professionnels de santé publique en santé au travail ou le... Read More →
avatar for Samantha Slade

Samantha Slade

Co-director, process designer, percolab, Art of hosting
Samantha utilise et expérimente depuis plus de vingt ans les méthodes de collaboration, d’innovation ouverte et de navigation du changement dans une variété de projets et de milieux : au Québec avec le Musée canadien des Civilisations, la Conférence Régionale de élus (CRÉ) de Montréal comme à l’international (Commission Européenne... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2015 08:45 - 09:55
B-0215

09:55

Transition
Thursday October 22, 2015 09:55 - 10:00
TBA

10:00

Anticiper les problèmes de performance avec des tests de charge

Cette présentation montrera avec des exemples concrets comment il est possible d'anticiper les problèmes de performance avec des tests de charge.

Les différentes approches mises en oeuvre à l'Université de Montréal seront présentées ainsi que les outils utilisés :

  •  Grinder puis Jmeter pour exécuter les tests de charge
  • Munin pour monitorer

Les scénarios des tests de charge seront présentés ainsi que les résultats obtenus. Les principaux défis et enjeux seront mis en évidence.


Speakers
avatar for Steve Massicotte

Steve Massicotte

Concepteur TI/ Software Engineer, Université de Montréal
Steve travaille depuis 1999 à l’Université de Montréal. Il a travaillé sur de nombreux projets qui lui ont permis de travailler avec Cobol, C, ASP, C#, Java et PHP. Il travaille présentement sur le projet StudiUM qui est la version UdeM du logiciel open source Moodle (https://moodle.org/). | | Il s’intéresse depuis longtemps à l’agilité et aux techniques d’Extreme Programming. Depuis 2010, il a enfin la chance de mettre... Read More →



Thursday October 22, 2015 10:00 - 10:30
B-4280

10:00

Évaluer «live» l'étudiant, c'est possible!

Un aspirant-policier (l'étudiant) intercepte un conducteur ayant commis une infraction. Pendant qu'il réalise son intervention, son instructeur observe et le note sur une grille. C'est de cette grille qu'est tirée la note de l'étudiant. Pendant longtemps, ce scénario ne fonctionnait que sur papier. Mais plus maintenant, car l'ENPQ a trouvé un moyen lui permettant de réaliser cette évaluation via Moodle.

Cette présentation explore les différentes étapes de conception des grilles avec Moodle. Elle explore également les outils utilisés et les choix effectués dans le cadre de ce projet. Enfin, on y présentera certaines innovations introduites à Moodle par ce projet.


Speakers
avatar for Jean-François Dragon

Jean-François Dragon

Conseiller en technopédagogie, École nationale de police du Québec
Détenteur d'un Bac en enseignement secondaire et d'une maîtrise en sciences de l'Éducation, je travaille depuis plusieurs années au développement de formations sollicitant le recours à des technopédagogies dans divers domaines. J'oeuvre à titre de conseiller en technopédagogie à l'ENPQ depuis maintenant 7 ans.



Thursday October 22, 2015 10:00 - 10:30
B-4295

10:00

Flipping the language classroom using Moodle
Class time is often consumed by tedious grammar explanations and lectures on writing conventions. As a result, students often lack practice with these new concepts, experiencing a reduced chance of output necessary for language development (Nation & Macalister, 2010). In a flipped classroom, students view videos, complete tutorials, read texts, etc. outside class, allowing more time for oral production and interaction in class (Herreid & Schiller, 2013). This presentation will examine how various asynchronous components of Moodle such as glossaries, forums, and wikis can be used to implement the concept of a flipped classroom in L2 education.

Speakers
avatar for Walcir Cardoso

Walcir Cardoso

Concordia University, Concordia University
Dr. Walcir Cardoso is an associate professor of Applied Linguistics at Concordia University (Department of Education - Montreal, Canada). He conducts research on the second language (L2) acquisition of phonology, morphosyntax and vocabulary, and the effects of computer technology (e.g., clickers, text-to-speech synthesizers, automatic speech recognition) on L2 learning.
avatar for Jennica Grimshaw

Jennica Grimshaw

Concordia University
Jennica Grimshaw is a graduate student in the Applied Linguistics program at Concordia University (Montreal, Canada). She has experience teaching English as a second language (L2) in academic and business environments. Her current research interests include using various forms of technology in L2 teaching, particularly in teaching pronunciation, and using digital gaming to promote student learning.


Thursday October 22, 2015 10:00 - 10:30
B-4290

10:00

Moodling in Yukon Schools

By combining best classroom teaching practices with the versatility of Moodle, Yukon teachers are loosening the shackles imposed by traditional methods and are opening the way towards student self-direction, the personalization of learning, and truly effective teaching.

'Blended Learning', a rapidly developing pedagogy in K-12 education internationally, is taking shape in a growing number of Yukon schools in support of a new approach to curriculum, with Moodle as a central platform.

We'll share our experiences of school-focussed, Moodle-based Blended Learning implementation, and discuss the planning required and the pitfalls to be anticipated along the way.

Participants will gain some useful strategies and tips for the successful implementation of a K-12 Moodle-based Blended Learning project. We will share our planning tools and some personal stories of success and challenge from our journey so far.

Speakers
RC

Rollie Comeau

Watson Lake Secondary
Rollie Comeau is an experienced teacher who has radically shifted and reinvigorated his classroom practice since he and his colleagues at Watson Lake Secondary School began using Moodle to implement Blended Learning throughout the core subjects at the grade 10-12 level.
avatar for Chris Stacey

Chris Stacey

Consultant - Technology Assisted Learning, Yukon Education
Chris Stacey is a Technology Assisted Learning Consultant at Yukon Education, whose principal role is to support the implementation and growth of Blended Learning projects throughout Yukon K-12 schools. He is also Site Administrator for Yukon Moodle.


Thursday October 22, 2015 10:00 - 10:30
B-4285

10:00

Choosing the Right Plugins for Moodle

Moodle plugins created by the open source community, it can be a tad daunting to know where to begin in selecting the plugins that will benefit your eLearners, instructors and administrators.

In this presentation Ben will explore these questions with you so that you can confidently evaluate your eLearning needs and select the Moodle plugins that will help your achieve your online learning and training goals. We will educate the audience on Plugins to use for the following eLearning strategies and functions:

  • Self-paced Learning
  • Blended Learning
  • Compliance Training
  • Enrolment Automation

 


Speakers
avatar for Ben Young

Ben Young

Director of Learning Solutions at Lambda Solutions, Lambda Solutions
Ben is a leader in eLearning and talent management solution implementations.  | Working with Fortune 500 Firms and leading Healthcare Organizations, Ben  | provides clients with in-depth knowledge of eLearning services and course  | creation strategies for learning that engages learners while simultaneously  | reaching business outcomes. | Ben is passionate about bringing eLearning visions to reality through the use of ... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2015 10:00 - 10:30
B-0215

10:30

11:00

Moodle Workshop Explained Part 1

The Workshop activity module is one of Moodle's most powerful tools. Workshop is a peer assessment activity which exposes students' work beyond the audience of their instructors, to the view and scrutiny of their peers. Students tend to put far greater effort into their productions and artifacts when they know that their work will be evaluated by classmates.    

At first glance, Moodle Workshop may appear complicated and difficult to use. This presentation will show how you can incorporate the Workshop activity into your lessons. Each phase of the workshop module will be demonstrated, from its setup through assessing students' submissions, grading and closing activities. 

 


Speakers
avatar for David Le Blanc

David Le Blanc

Independent
I am a teacher in Burnaby, British Columbia, where I am a non-enrolling teacher for one of our district's alternate programs. I also work indepently as an e-consultant in instructional design and collaborative learning solutions. I have been using MOODLE since 2003 and administer several Moodle supported sites. On one of my sites, I offer opportunities for fellow educators to develop and deliver online courses. I have seen phenomenal change and... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
B-4290

11:00

Comment profiter des services web de Moodle

Cette présentation montrera comment il est possible de profiter des services web de Moodle.

Des exemples concrets d'intégration avec d'autres systèmes mis en oeuvre à l'Université de Montréal serviront d'illustrations pour présenter :

  • Les problématiques de configuration
  • La portée des services web actuels
  • Comment faire son propre service

Les principaux enjeux et défis seront identifiés ainsi que les résultats obtenus.


Speakers
avatar for Jean-Philippe Gaudreau

Jean-Philippe Gaudreau

Developer, Université de Montréal
Je suis un concepteur-développeur pour l'Université de Montréal. Je co-dirige l'équipe de développement et d'opération de Moodle avec Steve Massicotte.



Thursday October 22, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
B-4280

11:00

Moodle au niveau secondaire : comment faire le lien avec les parents
Au niveau secondaire, les parents prennent une place importante dans le cheminement de l'élève. Voilà pourquoi il est important de communiquer avec les parents tout au long de l'année scolaire. Voyez comment cela a été rendu possible dans l'environnement Moodle à la Commission scolaire des Affluents. Vous verrez comment automatiser la création des cours avec l'importation des parents, l'importation des notes, et les fonctionnalités offertes aux enseignants.

Speakers
avatar for Gilles-Philippe Leblanc

Gilles-Philippe Leblanc

Analyste en informatique / Computer analyst, Université de Montréal
Gilles-Philippe Leblanc est analyste informatique pour l'Université de Montréal et possède une forte expertise en intégration web et multimédia. | Il travaille depuis 2011 sur le projet StudiUM, une implémentation de Moodle 2.x. | | Gilles-Philippe Leblanc is a computer analyst for the University of Montreal and has a strong expertise in web and multimedia integration. | He works since 2011 on StudiUM project, an implementation... Read More →
avatar for Maxime Pelletier

Maxime Pelletier

Analyste, C.S. des Affluents
Maxime Pelletier, analyste à la Commission scolaire des Affluents depuis 2007, et administrateur Moodle depuis 2011.



Thursday October 22, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
B-4295

11:00

Moodling in Inuktitut - PD in the arctic
Reflection on the development of the first blended teacher certification program in Inuktitut. The Kativik School District in Quebec has partnered with McGill and has traditionally offered intensive face to face courses. The blended program allows participants more time to apply their knowledge and skills in their practice, to engage more thoughtfully with course material, and removes them from their communities for a shorter period. Courses have been re-conceptualized pedagogically and culturally for face to face and online learning. Proposed research involves studying the role of on-site instructional coaches, the effect of tech support in Inuktitut, instructional design, and the role of McGill co-instructors. An invitation will be extended to partner with other researchers involved in distributed learning solutions for aboriginal populations in remote areas.

Challenges:
Using MOODLE in a multilingual environment (English, French & Inuktitut Syllabics)
Publishing content in Inuktitut (font issues, as well as working with an oral culture)
Engaging learners with alternatives to text-based content
Building community and connections in remote areas with low bandwidth

Speakers
avatar for Tom Fullerton

Tom Fullerton

Lecturer / Leadership Project Administrator, McGill University
Lecturer at McGill University in Media and Technology in Education. Leadership Project Administrator at McGill's Teaching and Learning Services developing a competency-based framework of professional skills for graduate students. Former Elearning Consultant with the Kativik School Board, hired to design the blended teacher certification program for practicing Inuit teachers. Graduate student at McGill in Educational Leadership researching... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
B-4285

11:00

Adaptive Quizzes

Ada Quiz is a new activity type in Moodle. Based on Moodle Quiz, it enables the teacher to guide the learner activity based on their score in different questions.

In a regular quiz, the student jumps from one question to the next. Adaptive Quiz module allows the quiz author to control the jump of the student to another question based on their performance.

A carefully planned Adaptive Quiz results on a customized itinerary of questions that adapts to the knowledge of any student with flexibility. 

Ada Quiz is WIRIS' first experience in Open Source and compatible with WIRIS quizzes.

 


Speakers
avatar for Carles Aguiló

Carles Aguiló

Training, Marketing & Sales Consultant, WIRIS math & science
Carles Aguiló is responsible end-customer sales worldwide (except China), plus he gives a hand in marketing and in the user support of the French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Swedish speaking communities. He has been part of the content development team at Maths for More. Member of Maths for More team since 2006.Carles received his Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the Technical University of Catalonia (Barcelona Tech) and a Bachelor's... Read More →



Thursday October 22, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
B-0215

11:30

Transition
Thursday October 22, 2015 11:30 - 11:35
TBA

11:35

Moodle Workshop Explained Part 2

The Workshop activity module is one of Moodle's most powerful tools. Workshop is a peer assessment activity which exposes students' work beyond the audience of their instructors, to the view and scrutiny of their peers. Students tend to put far greater effort into their productions and artifacts when they know that their work will be evaluated by classmates.    

At first glance, Moodle Workshop may appear complicated and difficult to use. This presentation will show how you can incorporate the Workshop activity into your lessons. Each phase of the workshop module will be demonstrated, from its setup through assessing students' submissions, grading and closing activities. 

 


Speakers
avatar for David Le Blanc

David Le Blanc

Independent
I am a teacher in Burnaby, British Columbia, where I am a non-enrolling teacher for one of our district's alternate programs. I also work indepently as an e-consultant in instructional design and collaborative learning solutions. I have been using MOODLE since 2003 and administer several Moodle supported sites. On one of my sites, I offer opportunities for fellow educators to develop and deliver online courses. I have seen phenomenal change and... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2015 11:35 - 12:05
B-4290

11:35

Quand et comment supprimer des cours

Cette présentation montrera quelles stratégies ont été mises en place à l'Université de Montréal pour supprimer des cours.

Des exemples concrets serviront d'illustrations pour présenter :

  • La création de cours

  • La suppression des cours vides

  • Les stratégies mises en place pour supprimer des cours

  • La suppression des sauvegardes automatiques

Les principaux enjeux et défis seront identifiés ainsi que les résultats obtenus.


Moderators
avatar for David Ligne

David Ligne

Université de Montréal
David Ligne est analyste-développeur pour l'Université de Montréal.

Speakers
avatar for Paula Ardanza Menéndez

Paula Ardanza Menéndez

Analyst developer, Université de Montréal
Paula Ardanza Menéndez est analyste-développeur pour l'Université de Montréal.



Thursday October 22, 2015 11:35 - 12:05
B-4295

11:35

Hybrid training delivery in Vocational Education

This workshop will describe the process of implementing a hybrid delivery of a vocational education program. The Hotel Reception program at Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board, will be described and the steps to taking it online will be examined. 

Hybrid training is a new approach to delivering an individualized vocational program, unlike individualized classroom instruction; it is delivered through the Moodle LMS. Using eLearning tools, the 'flipped classroom' content is made interactive using STORYLINE software to design video/quiz material for learning/teaching.  


Speakers
avatar for Tami Belhadj

Tami Belhadj

Techo-pedagogical Consultant, Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board
Tami acts as pedagogical consultant for the RECIT_VT. Tami is also a sessional lecturer at the University of Sherbrooke, Faculty of Education department of pedagogy. His areas of interest are; the use of educational technologies, Portfolio and ePorfolio as well as collaborative learning. He thrives to enhance learner's pathways and support academic/vocational successes by integrating educational technology in the teaching/learning process.


Thursday October 22, 2015 11:35 - 12:05
B-4285

11:35

Mathéma-TIC: Communauté de partage au postsecondaire
Dans le projet Mathéma-TIC, des professeurs développent des ressources éducatives ouvertes pour l'enseignement des mathématiques au niveau postsecondaire (capsules vidéo, exercices formatifs dans l'environnement ouvert WeBWorK, scénarios pédagogiques, etc.). Ces ressources sont offertes sous licence libre CC dans une communauté de partage qui prend notamment la forme de cours types sur Moodle. Les ressources s'adressent plus spécifiquement aux professeurs de mathématiques, mais aussi à tout étudiant ou à tout utilisateur intéressé dans la francophonie. La présentation portera sur le processus de production des ressources, sur les produits mis au point et sur l'utilisation de Moodle pour la diffusion de ceux-ci. 

Moodle du projet Mathéma-TIC: https://mathematic.moodle.decclic.qc.ca/

Site web du projet Mathéma-TIC: http://mathema-tic.ca/

YouTube du projet Mathéma-TIC: https://www.youtube.com/user/MathemaTICfr

Twitter du projet Mathéma-TIC: https://twitter.com/Mathema_TIC

Facebook du projet Mathéma-TIC: https://www.facebook.com/MathemaTICfr

Google+ du projet Mathéma-TIC: https://plus.google.com/103326541346936688032/posts

 

Speakers
SB

Samuel Bernard

Cégep régional de Lanaudière à Terrebonne
Samuel Bernard (professeur de mathématique au Cégep régional de Lanaudière à Terrebonne) est spécialiste des classes inversées et des classes d'apprentissage actif. Fondateur du projet Mathéma-TIC, son objectif est de rendre les contenus des cours de mathématique postsecondaires accessibles à tous, gratuitement, en français, notamment sous forme de vidéos.
BP

Bruno Poellhuber

Bruno Poellhuber (professeur agrégé au Département de psychopédagogie et d'andragogie de l'Université de Montréal) est spécialiste en pédagogie collégiale. Détenteur du prix d'excellence en enseignement 2013 de l'Université de Montréal (volet innovation pédagogique), ses recherches portent sur les MOOC, l'intégration pédagogique des TIC et la collaboration à l'ère du Web 2.0.


Thursday October 22, 2015 11:35 - 12:05
B-4280

11:35

Moodle as a Music Box
We have developed a Moodle-based environment using music to make authentic materials accessible to learners of Brazilian Portuguese. Our project combines insights from second language acquisition and computer-assisted language learning (CALL) research to create an environment that enhances the learning experience. Previous research has documented the important role that episodic memory (Graham, Patterson, Powis and Drake, 2002), input frequency (Bybee, 2007), repetition (Nation, 1975, 2001), and speaker variation (Barcroft & Sommers, 2005) play in L2 acquisition. We aim to take advantage of the natural occurrences of these elements in music and use them to facilitate L2 learning.

Speakers
avatar for Tiago Bione Alves

Tiago Bione Alves

Concordia University
Tiago Bione Alves is a graduate student in the Applied Linguistics program at Concordia University. His academic research is about the relation between music, technology, and Second Language Acquisition, as he is investigating how music and technology can work together to enhance learning. His study will support the development of an App to help students to learn on the go. His goal is to raise language and cultural awareness through his... Read More →
avatar for Walcir Cardoso

Walcir Cardoso

Concordia University, Concordia University
Dr. Walcir Cardoso is an associate professor of Applied Linguistics at Concordia University (Department of Education - Montreal, Canada). He conducts research on the second language (L2) acquisition of phonology, morphosyntax and vocabulary, and the effects of computer technology (e.g., clickers, text-to-speech synthesizers, automatic speech recognition) on L2 learning.


Thursday October 22, 2015 11:35 - 12:05
B-0215

12:05

13:30

Plenary: Connecting Beyond Content
Online education - whether on LMS platforms like Moodle or in open offerings like MOOCs - often centres around content. Yet education is never as much about what we teach as how. When digital technologies allow us to connect directly to people and the contexts for their ideas, the possibilities for online teaching extend far beyond merely putting content online. This talk will explore the world of connectivity possible when we think of our courses as connection platforms rather than content platforms, and suggest it may be time to leave a content-focused view of education behind. 

Moderators
SL

Sylvain Lefebvre

Polytechnique Montreal
Instructional Designer at École Polytechnique since 1999. Advises faculty members on the best use of new technologies, as well as how to adapt teaching styles to fit student needs.

Speakers
avatar for David Cormier

David Cormier

Dave Cormier is an educational activist and researcher who has published on open education, Rhizomatic Learning, MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), and the impacts of technology on the future of higher education. He leads projects for student engagement and success at the University of Prince Edward Island in areas as diverse as learning analytics and high school transitions. Dave has helped organize online communities of teachers, spoken at... Read More →
avatar for Bonnie Stewart

Bonnie Stewart

University of Prince Edward Island
Bonnie Stewart is a writer, educator, and researcher fascinated by who we are when we're online. She explores the intersections of knowledge and technologies in her work, taking up networks, institutions and identity in contemporary higher education. Published in Salon.com, The Guardian UK, and Inside Higher Ed, as well as peer-reviewed academic venues, Bonnie has advised educational projects and programs in Sweden, the UK, the US, and Canada... Read More →



Thursday October 22, 2015 13:30 - 14:30
B-0215

14:30

Transition
Thursday October 22, 2015 14:30 - 14:35
TBA

14:35

PoodLL, un dictaphone sur Studium : l’expérience au Centre de langues de l’UdeM

Grâce à l'intégration (audio ou vidéo) de la voix parlée, celle de l'enseignant et celle des étudiants, le plugiciel PoodLL, dictaphone disponible depuis septembre 2014, permet d'accroître le potentiel pédagogique des fonctions de StudiUM que la plupart des enseignants utilisent déjà au Centre de langues de l'Université de Montréal.

En effet, les étudiants peuvent s'enregistrer, s'écouter, soumettre une série d'enregistrements à l'appréciation d'un enseignant, ce qui favorise l'extension, au-delà des heures de cours, d'une approche axée sur la communication qui caractérise l'enseignement des langues à l'UdeM.

Bilan d'une année d'utilisation au Centre de langues d'un nouvel outil pédagogique avec lequel on peut facilement concevoir et intégrer des activités orales, et ce, de façon aussi autonome que convivial. 


Speakers
avatar for Eric Viladrich Castellanas

Eric Viladrich Castellanas

Responsable des études catalanes, Université de Montréal
Détenteur d'une Maitrise en technologies de l'information pour l'Université du Québec et d'une Maîtrise en Études catalanes pour l'Université Rovira i Virgili de Tarragona (Catalogne), M. Èric Viladrich Castellanas est à la fois chargé de cours et responsable des cours de langue catalane au Centre de langues et des programmes en études catalanes au Département de... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2015 14:35 - 15:05
B-4280

14:35

Sécuriser Moodle avec une stratégie d'assurance qualité
Cette présentation montrera comment mettre en place une stratégie efficace d'assurance qualité.

Des exemples concrets mis en oeuvre à l'Université de Montréal serviront d'illustrations pour présenter les différents types de tests sur lesquels repose notre stratégie QA :

  • Les tests unitaires et d'intégration
  • Les tests behat (tests fonctionnels automatisés)
  • Les tests fonctionnels manuels

La présentation montrera comment créer un nouveau test behat et comment l'exécuter automatiquement (sans interface).

Les principaux enjeux et défis seront identifiés ainsi que les contextes d'utilisations, les résultats obtenus et les efforts requis.


Speakers
avatar for David Ligne

David Ligne

Université de Montréal
David Ligne est analyste-développeur pour l'Université de Montréal.
avatar for Melvin Romero

Melvin Romero

Université de Montréal
Technicien en gestion informatique numérique



Thursday October 22, 2015 14:35 - 15:05
B-4295

14:35

Gamifying Moodle for foreign language teaching
This presentation has two objectives: (1) to provide an overview of how students can practice pronunciation on Moodle (e.g., using video and audio recordings, assessing their own recordings and critiquing their peers'); and (2) to explain how the educational needs of English L2 learners can be supported by a gamified Moodle course (e.g., leader boards, quizzes, badges). As motivational affordances (i.e., gamified elements) trigger a psychological response followed by a behavioral response (Hamari, Koivisto, & Sarsa, 2014), we predict that a gamified Moodle-based course will reduce learners' pronunciation anxiety and consequently increase their willingness to communicate in the EFL context.

Speakers
avatar for Maiko Barcomb

Maiko Barcomb

Co-Owner, Red Cup English
Maiko Barcomb is the co-owner of RedCup English, which is a private business that utilizes a combination of Skype and Moodle to teach English to Japanese L1 learners residing in Japan. She is responsible for marketing, teaching, and developing lesson materials. She is interested in designing educational services that promote second language communication, and also concentrates on the impact that aesthetics have on purchasing behavior.
MB

Mike Barcomb

RedCup English
Mike Barcomb is the co-owner of RedCup English and a Ph.D. student in Education (Applied Linguistics) at Concordia University with concentrations in phonology and educational technology. RedCup English is a private business that utilizes a combination of Skype lessons and Moodle to provide English L2 learners a number of ways to practice their oral skills in an environment amenable to pronunciation practice. His research interests include... Read More →
avatar for Walcir Cardoso

Walcir Cardoso

Concordia University, Concordia University
Dr. Walcir Cardoso is an associate professor of Applied Linguistics at Concordia University (Department of Education - Montreal, Canada). He conducts research on the second language (L2) acquisition of phonology, morphosyntax and vocabulary, and the effects of computer technology (e.g., clickers, text-to-speech synthesizers, automatic speech recognition) on L2 learning.


Thursday October 22, 2015 14:35 - 15:05
B-4290

14:35

Moodle-Based Teaching as Community Management: Part 1

As a flexible platform based on social constructivism, Moodle allows for deep collaboration between learners and teachers. Through shifts in their roles, teachers can make Moodle into an ideal space for communities of practice.

More than a job title, community management is an approach to enabling action by diverse participants. Through simple and not-so-simple techniques (peer-assessment, collaborative writing...) teachers as community managers can promote learners' agency. 

After an introduction of key concepts, this participatory session will use concrete scenarios to explore practical and pedagogical implications of using Moodle to build communities.


Speakers
avatar for Alex Enkerli

Alex Enkerli

Learning Technology Advisor, Vitrine technologie-éducation
Alex Enkerli works as a Learning Technology Advisor at Vitrine technologie-éducation, a non-profit seeking to enhance technological appropriation through Quebec's colleges. Teaching ethnographic disciplines at a variety of post-secondary institutions in the United States and Canada since 1999, Alex has used diverse online platforms to enhance learning, from Moodle to Blackboard, and from BuddyPress Courseware to Sakai. Joining Concordia... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2015 14:35 - 15:05
B-4285

14:35

Connecting Beyond Content Follow up Discussion
Plenary Continuation

Speakers
avatar for David Cormier

David Cormier

Dave Cormier is an educational activist and researcher who has published on open education, Rhizomatic Learning, MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), and the impacts of technology on the future of higher education. He leads projects for student engagement and success at the University of Prince Edward Island in areas as diverse as learning analytics and high school transitions. Dave has helped organize online communities of teachers, spoken at... Read More →
avatar for Bonnie Stewart

Bonnie Stewart

University of Prince Edward Island
Bonnie Stewart is a writer, educator, and researcher fascinated by who we are when we're online. She explores the intersections of knowledge and technologies in her work, taking up networks, institutions and identity in contemporary higher education. Published in Salon.com, The Guardian UK, and Inside Higher Ed, as well as peer-reviewed academic venues, Bonnie has advised educational projects and programs in Sweden, the UK, the US, and Canada... Read More →



Thursday October 22, 2015 14:35 - 15:05
B-0215

15:05

15:35

Un module pour l'évaluation des coéquipiers
Le travail d'équipe est une composante importante de la formation collégiale et universitaire. Par souci d'équité et à des fins de formation, il est souvent important que les étudiants soient capables d'évaluer leurs coéquipiers. Nous présenterons le module (plugin) d'évaluation des coéquipiers (MEC) développé à l'École de technologie supérieure. Ce module permet à l'enseignant de créer un formulaire sur mesure pour l'évaluation quantitative et qualitative  des coéquipiers, et de gérer le déroulement de l'évaluation en ligne.

Speakers
EF

Eric Francoeur

École de technologie supérieure
Éric Francoeur est maître d'enseignement à l'École de technologie supérieure.
RR

Richard Rail

Richard Rail est développeur et chargé de laboratoire à l'École de technologie supérieure.


Thursday October 22, 2015 15:35 - 16:05
B-4295

15:35

Delivering eLearning in the Cloud
Join us to discover the benefits of delivering eLearning in a true cloud-hosted environment and what this means for your end-users. In short, we will cover how Lambda Solutions provides the most reliable Moodle cloud platform by utilizing important aspects of cloud infrastructure which include:

  • Load-balancing 
  • Auto-scaling
  • High-availability 
  • Backups/disaster recovery
  • Elastic storage

In short, these components result in a Moodle site that is more secure, reliable and recoverable. Save your seat to discover exactly how and why a cloud environment will improve your eLearning experience.

Attendees will also receive the eBook, Corporate eLearning: Six Strategies for Leveraging Moodle.

 


Speakers
avatar for Mariya Pak

Mariya Pak

R&D Manager, Lambda Solutions
Mariya Pak is the Research and Development Manager at Lambda Solutions. Here Mariya works with the software engineering and operations team to improve processes and infrastructure in the development of new products for Moodle. | Instrumental in the development of Lambda Analytika for Moodle Reporting, Mariya enjoys working with clients to understand their needs for further improvements. Ultimately, she is passionate about finding new solutions... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2015 15:35 - 16:05
B-4290

15:35

Moodle-Based Teaching as Community Management Part 2

As a flexible platform based on social constructivism, Moodle allows for deep collaboration between learners and teachers. Through shifts in their roles, teachers can make Moodle into an ideal space for communities of practice.

More than a job title, community management is an approach to enabling action by diverse participants. Through simple and not-so-simple techniques (peer-assessment, collaborative writing...) teachers as community managers can promote learners' agency. 

After an introduction of key concepts, this participatory session will use concrete scenarios to explore practical and pedagogical implications of using Moodle to build communities.


Speakers
avatar for Alex Enkerli

Alex Enkerli

Learning Technology Advisor, Vitrine technologie-éducation
Alex Enkerli works as a Learning Technology Advisor at Vitrine technologie-éducation, a non-profit seeking to enhance technological appropriation through Quebec's colleges. Teaching ethnographic disciplines at a variety of post-secondary institutions in the United States and Canada since 1999, Alex has used diverse online platforms to enhance learning, from Moodle to Blackboard, and from BuddyPress Courseware to Sakai. Joining Concordia... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2015 15:35 - 16:05
B-4285

15:35

Produire en collaboration des contenus réutilisables et multi-supports
La collaboration est incontestablement une dimension essentielle dans l'élaboration de contenus de cours, à en juger par le nombre important de références aux ressources disponibles dans l'Internet que l'on retrouve dans la plupart des cours en enseignement supérieur.À l'intérieur de votre unité de travail, comment passer de la création de matériel de cours à la création d'un fond documentaire de votre discipline?Dans cette conférence, nous explorerons les possibilités de l'écriture sémantique en mode collaboratif selon la chaîne éditoriale Scenari et de la diffusion des objets pédagogiques résultants sur plusieurs plateformes, dont une intégration avec Moodle. 

Speakers
AL

André Laflamme

Université de Montréal
Diplômé de la Faculté des sciences de l'éducation de l'Université de Montréal (1998) et détenteur d'une maîtrise en technologie éducative, il a travaillé comme concepteur de cours pour la Télé-Université (Université du Québec) et comme conseiller pédagogique au Centre Collégial de Formation à Distance (CCFD) maintenant... Read More →


Thursday October 22, 2015 15:35 - 16:05
B-4280

15:35

BC Learning Network - Online Resource Development for BC
BC Learning Network (BCLN) is a consortium of 48 BC school districts.  BCLN uses membership fees to develop online resources for both Distance Learning and Blended Learning programs within BC.  These resources are all based in Moodle and include: videos, games, lessons, interactions, projects, question databases.....etc.  BCLN is always interested in potential trades and arrangements that improve learning for BC students.   In this session we'll talk about the consortium structure, development strategies, the variety of resources, and common implementations of these resources.

TAKE AWAYS

- A consortium is an effective way to spearhead development.

- Resource development within a consortium can be managed to include a variety of members.

- A consortium can lead to great partnership deals (Content Connections, WIRIS, Rosetta Stone, Edynamic Learning, MathOnline).

 

Speakers
avatar for Brent Sawatzky

Brent Sawatzky

Technical Coordinator, BC Learning Network
Brent Sawatzky is a DL teacher for SD23 and a Technical Director for BCLN.   Brent works with Bruce Weitzel and other BCLN directors to help determine member needs and lead initiatives.


Thursday October 22, 2015 15:35 - 16:05
B-0215

16:00

Mount Royal Hike Followed by Dinner & Pub Night
You'll be rewarded with a spectacular view of the Downtown Montreal after this enjoyable hike
up Mount Royal. Perhaps more of a hike than a walk, you should wear good footwear and be 
prepared for an uphill climb and plenty of stairs during this Montreal walk. The Mont Royal 
belvedere lookout offers spectacular vistas of downtown Montreal.  After the hike, we’ll have 
dinner and then go to a pub in downtown Montreal.

Speakers
avatar for François Lizotte

François Lizotte

coordonnateur, DECclic
Enseignant au département de français du collège de Bois-de-Boulogne à Montréal, François Lizotte est coordonnateur de la corporation Plateforme collégiale DECclic depuis 2008.
avatar for Rafael Scapin

Rafael Scapin

Coordinator of Educational Technology & Moodle Evangelist, Dawson College
I just love technology and how we can integrate it to our lives!



Thursday October 22, 2015 16:00 - 22:00
TBA

17:30

Old Montreal by night // Le Vieux-Montreal la nuit
Come with us for a tour of the Old Montreal by night. We will depart from the Embassy Suites Hotel to take a walk and see some of the attractions of this once-walled part of the city of Montreal: Notre-Dame Basilica, Bonsecours Market, old port piers and More. Don't worry, We Will stop to get some food and drink on our way. Restaurant/bar/pub and numbers of stop to be determine by the group.

Departure Time: 17 h 30 from the lobby of the Embassy Suites
More info: http://www.vieux.montreal.qc.ca/mus_attr/pdf/attr_09a.pdf

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Joignez-vous à nous pour une visite du Vieux-Montréal la nuit. Nous partirons de l'hôtel Embassy Suites pour faire la tournée de quelques uns des attraits les plus populaires du Vieux-Montréal: Basilique Notre-Dame, Marché Bonsecours, les quais du Vieux-port et bien plus. N'ayez crainte, nous prendrons le temps de s'arrêter pour boire et se restaurer. Restaurant/bar/pub et nombre d'arrêts à décider par le groupe.

Départ: 17 h 30 du lobby de l'hôtel Embassy Suites

Pour plus d'info: http://www.vieux.montreal.qc.ca/mus_attr/pdf/attr_09f.pdf 

Speakers
avatar for Olivier Guillot

Olivier Guillot

Moodle Team Lead, Université de Montréal
Olivier Guillot leads the Moodle Team at the Université de Montréal


Thursday October 22, 2015 17:30 - 23:00
TBA

17:30

An evening at the museum! // Une soirée au Musée ! MAC de Montréal
An evening at the museum!

Join us for a delightful evening at the "MAC de Montréal"

The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal was founded by the Québec government in 1964, at the instigation of artists and collectors who wanted to see an institution established to build a collection of contemporary works by artists from Montréal, Québec, Canada and around the world.

Truly a museum for the twenty-first century, the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal stands right next to Place des Festivals, in the heart of the Quartier des Spectacles and on the Place des Arts site. It is part of Canada’s only cultural complex devoted to both the performing and visual arts.

For those who want, we'll go for supper after at a restaurant nearby (to be determine).
Depart at 5:30 PM from the lobby of the Embassy Suites and the museum is a 15 minutes walk.Rates: 14$ per person or 12 $ if we are 15 or more.
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Une soirée au Musée !

Accompagnez-nous pour une charmante soirée au "MAC de Montréal".

Le Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal a été fondé par le gouvernement du Québec en 1964, à la demande d’artistes et de collectionneurs qui souhaitaient qu’une institution soit chargée de constituer une collection d’oeuvres contemporaines d’artistes de Montréal, du Québec, du Canada et de l’étranger.

Véritable institution du XXIe siècle, le Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal est au cœur du Quartier des spectacles, un complexe culturel unique au Canada, où se côtoient les arts de la scène et les arts visuels.

Pour ceux qui le désirent, nous terminerons la soirée au Restaurant (endroit à confirmer).
Le départ se fera du Lobby de l'hôtel Embassy Suites vers 17 h 30 et le musée est à une quinzaine de minutes de marche.Tarifs: 14$ par personne ou 12$ pour un groupe de 15 et plus.

Speakers
avatar for Alexandra Popadic

Alexandra Popadic

Polytechnique Montréal
Alexandra Popadic: E-Learning Multimedia Specialist at École Polytechnique since 2011. Works with PHP programmers and systems administrators to implement web applications such as Moodle.  Also assists the Moodle Support Services, writing procedures and responding to faculty / student requests.


Thursday October 22, 2015 17:30 - 23:30
TBA

17:30

Gardens of Light @ Botanical Gardens followed by Old Montreal restaurant & bar // Les jardins de lumière du Jardin botanique de Montréal
The gardens of light at the Botanical Garden

Come with us for a memorable night at the Botanical Garden of Montreal to enjoy the gardens of light. Be ready to depart around 5:30 PM from the Embassy suites Lobby. A short Metro ride ($) will take us near the Olympic Stadium, directly at the Botanical Garden. There, we will stroll around the gardens and enjoy ourselves! Light snacks will be available at the restaurant on the site. After, we will comeback to Old Montreal to finish the evening at a Bar/Pub/Restaurant (to be determined) nearby the hotels. 

Rates : 19,25 $ per person or 13,25 $ if we are 15 or more.

Description of the gardens

The sun has barely set when visitors of all ages head out along the illuminated paths through the gardens, to enjoy the colourful lanterns and marvel at how they show nature in a new and vibrant light. Chinese GardenThis fall, the carefully crafted lanterns will be telling a new story. UNESCO has declared 2015 the International Year of Light. The Chinese Garden invites you into the heart of a Zhuang village in Guangxi to celebrate the New Year, along with a lion, cormorant fishermen and glittering fireflies! The glowing displays offer an original and sometimes surprising perspective on the myths surrounding Chinese New Year.
More information: http://calendrier.espacepourlavie.ca/gardens-of-light

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Les jardins de lumière du Jardin botanique de Montréal

Venez avec nous passer une soirée inoubliable dans les jardins de lumière du Jardin botanique de Montréal. Le départ se fera du Lobby de l'hôtel Embassy suites vers 17 h 30. Le Métro ($) nous amènera en peu de temps au Jardin botanique, juste à côté du Stade olympique. Il ne vous restera alors qu'à apprécier le spectacle qui s'offrira à vos yeux! Le restaurant du Jardin sera ouvert pour combler vos fringales. Nous reviendrons ensuite vers le Vieux-Montréal pour finir la soirée dans un bar/pub/restaurant (endroit à préciser) à proximité des hôtels.

Description des jardins:

À peine le soleil couché, petits et grands partent à l’aventure sur les sentiers illuminés des jardins. On découvre les lanternes imagées et on s’étonne des nouvelles couleurs de la nature.Jardin de ChineCet automne, les délicates lanternes racontent une histoire inédite. En cette année 2015, décrétée année internationale de la lumière par l’UNESCO, le Jardin de Chine vous invite au cœur d’un village Zhuang du Guangxi pour fêter le Nouvel An, en compagnie du lion, des pêcheurs de cormoran et des lucioles étincelantes! On en apprend alors un peu plus sur les mythes entourant le Nouvel An chinois grâce à des mises en scène lumineuses qui en surprendront plus d’un.

Pour plus d'informations: http://calendrier.espacepourlavie.ca/jardins-de-lumiere


Moderators
SL

Sylvain Lefebvre

Polytechnique Montreal
Instructional Designer at École Polytechnique since 1999. Advises faculty members on the best use of new technologies, as well as how to adapt teaching styles to fit student needs.

Thursday October 22, 2015 17:30 - 23:30
TBA

18:00

Walk & Stop in Old Montreal
In the 1600's settlers from France landed at the edge of the St. Lawrence River and began to build a waterside community. This area, now known as Old Montreal, has been preserved in much of its original 17th and 18th century state, and has a vibrant atmosphere. Join us for a walk and stop tour along its cobblestone streets, followed by dinner in the area at a restaurant such as Modavie, a bistro with live jazz.

Barbara will meet people in the lobby of Embassy Suites @ 6:00 pm

Speakers

Thursday October 22, 2015 18:00 - 23:30
Embassy Suites Restaurant
 
Friday, October 23
 

09:00

Moodle, Scorm, HTML5 & Javascript
This presentation will examine the technical details of creating a Moodle quiz with interactive graphs. As an economics teacher, I often draw graphs and shift curves on a blackboard and in the past, my students drew graphs on paper for assignments. Now, in class and at home, they use Moodle and their finger/mouse on a tablet/iPhone/class computer screen for these assignments. The presentation will also summarize my experience in this change in teaching method.

Speakers
JR

James Roberts

I have been teaching economics and statistics in Canada and Europe for about 20 years and at present, I teach full-time at Dawson College in Montreal. I have been using Moodle for about 5 years but I have been writing in various computer languages for many more. I now teach all my classes in computer labs and integrate Moodle quizzes into class and home assignments.


Friday October 23, 2015 09:00 - 09:30
B-3250

09:00

Finding a New Way to Connect Through Knowledge Net
At a time when educators are frantically trying to personalize, differentiate and align their learning tasks to meet the needs and outcomes of a diverse group of learners, there needs to be authentic opportunities for educators to come together and collaborate across divisions and schools. Knowledge Net is a digital networking tool that has been developed specifically for educators. It provides teachers with the opportunity to develop and share lessons, resources and ideas together within a digital knowledge-building network. It is also a high-powered resource bank that allows its users to search for lessons, strategies and resources by grade, subject, competency and curricular outcomes. At this point, Knowledge Net is a pilot project that is part of a doctoral research study. We would welcome your feedback and would love to demonstrate and show you the tool and how it is currently being used with a dynamic group of teachers. Each team of builders has access to a Moodle course via Mnet and we will look at how this work.

Speakers
avatar for Dirk Meyer

Dirk Meyer

Learning Specialist, Rocky View Schools
Dirk is a learning specialist with Rocky View Schools. Much of my responsibilities in that role is about enabling teachers to elevate their students' engagement in a smart and save way. Moodle has been a major part of my professional interest for nearly a decade and I enjoy sharing my excitement with others.


Friday October 23, 2015 09:00 - 09:30
B-3255

09:00

Moodle dans les cégeps
Avec DECclic, plus de 40 établissements collégiaux forment une véritable communauté de pratique. Né au siècle dernier d'un projet de cours en ligne, DECclic a connu deux environnements numériques d'apprentissage avant de faire le saut à Moodle en 2010. Quotidiennement, DECclic assure l'hébergement de Moodle pour ses membres et soutient les enseignants et leurs conseillers pédagogiques dans leur appropriation de l'outil.

Speakers
avatar for François Lizotte

François Lizotte

coordonnateur, DECclic
Enseignant au département de français du collège de Bois-de-Boulogne à Montréal, François Lizotte est coordonnateur de la corporation Plateforme collégiale DECclic depuis 2008.


Friday October 23, 2015 09:00 - 09:30
B-3260

09:00

Moodle Developers Talk & Share: Part 1
Many technological changes have been introduced with Moodle 2.9 :
  • JavaScript
    • Modules AMD
    • Librairie JQuery
    • AJAX
  • Render library
    • Templates Mustache

The talk will focus on theses changes : Examples, Goals, Benefits, Opportunities...

 


 

Speakers
avatar for Jean-Philippe Gaudreau

Jean-Philippe Gaudreau

Developer, Université de Montréal
Je suis un concepteur-développeur pour l'Université de Montréal. Je co-dirige l'équipe de développement et d'opération de Moodle avec Steve Massicotte.
avatar for Steve Massicotte

Steve Massicotte

Concepteur TI/ Software Engineer, Université de Montréal
Steve travaille depuis 1999 à l’Université de Montréal. Il a travaillé sur de nombreux projets qui lui ont permis de travailler avec Cobol, C, ASP, C#, Java et PHP. Il travaille présentement sur le projet StudiUM qui est la version UdeM du logiciel open source Moodle (https://moodle.org/). | | Il s’intéresse depuis longtemps à l’agilité et aux techniques d’Extreme Programming. Depuis 2010, il a enfin la chance de mettre... Read More →


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Friday October 23, 2015 09:00 - 10:30
B-0215

09:30

Transition
Friday October 23, 2015 09:30 - 09:35
TBA

09:35

Scientific random questions with Moodle Quiz

Moodle has some elements that provide for randomness for the online assessment and some limited support for math & science contents. However, teachers creating scientific quizzes are typically limited to "Multiple choice” questions.

In this workshop, we'll use WIRIS quizzes to create first a static "Short answer” math question. The student will get a math formula editor to type in the answer.

On a second step, we'll customize this question to fulfill some extra requirements, such as "The answer is simplified".

Finally, we'll add random parameters to the question, so that every student gets new values at every run.


Speakers
avatar for Carles Aguiló

Carles Aguiló

Training, Marketing & Sales Consultant, WIRIS math & science
Carles Aguiló is responsible end-customer sales worldwide (except China), plus he gives a hand in marketing and in the user support of the French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Swedish speaking communities. He has been part of the content development team at Maths for More. Member of Maths for More team since 2006.Carles received his Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the Technical University of Catalonia (Barcelona Tech) and a Bachelor's... Read More →


Friday October 23, 2015 09:35 - 10:05
B-3255

09:35

Using Moodle with HTML to navigate your course content
In this presentation you will see creative examples of using Moodle with templates. You will also get an understanding of how to set up your pages as website pages using HTML to make navigation of your course content more efficient and to maximize the graphic impact of your theme.  Courtney is using moodle in unique and original ways.  Stretch your understanding of this LMS and see what the true impact of a lively graphic design can be.

Speakers
avatar for Courtney Hildebrand

Courtney Hildebrand

Digital Media Designer, Nova Scotia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
Courtney Hildebrand is a graphic & web designer based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She graduated with a professional certification in graphic and web design in June 2002 from Nova Scotia Community College. Since 2010, Courtney has been working as a full-time digital media designer/ instructional designer for the NS Provincial Government in Halifax.She has created the look and feel for the digital presence of the Nova Scotia Virtual School which... Read More →


Friday October 23, 2015 09:35 - 10:05
B-3250

09:35

Intégration de la classe virtuelle à travers Moodle auprès d’une communauté apprenante de 800 000 utilisateurs – Étude de cas du Ministère de l'Éducation nationale en France.

Nous présenterons les principaux problèmes et facteurs de réussite d’une implantation de classes virtuelles par Moodle à travers quelques études de cas dont celle d’une communauté apprenante de 800 000 utilisateurs au Ministère de l'Éducation nationale, de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche, en France. Des exemples d’utilisation en pédagogie inversée, de surveillance d’examens et de formes hybrides de formation à distance synchrone seront également présentés.


Friday October 23, 2015 09:35 - 10:05
B-3260

09:35

Moodle Developers Talk & Share Part 2
Many technological changes have been introduced with Moodle 2.9 :
  • JavaScript
    • Modules AMD
    • Librairie JQuery
    • AJAX
  • Render library
    • Templates Mustache

The talk will focus on theses changes : Examples, Goals, Benefits, Opportunities...



Speakers
avatar for Jean-Philippe Gaudreau

Jean-Philippe Gaudreau

Developer, Université de Montréal
Je suis un concepteur-développeur pour l'Université de Montréal. Je co-dirige l'équipe de développement et d'opération de Moodle avec Steve Massicotte.
avatar for Steve Massicotte

Steve Massicotte

Concepteur TI/ Software Engineer, Université de Montréal
Steve travaille depuis 1999 à l’Université de Montréal. Il a travaillé sur de nombreux projets qui lui ont permis de travailler avec Cobol, C, ASP, C#, Java et PHP. Il travaille présentement sur le projet StudiUM qui est la version UdeM du logiciel open source Moodle (https://moodle.org/). | | Il s’intéresse depuis longtemps à l’agilité et aux techniques d’Extreme Programming. Depuis 2010, il a enfin la chance de mettre... Read More →


Friday October 23, 2015 09:35 - 10:05
B-0215

10:05

Transition
Friday October 23, 2015 10:05 - 10:10
TBA

10:10

Custom Apps, Course Theme/Format CSS/JS, and Badges

Moodle is used to deliver learning to over 90,000 annual users from four major Health Organizations in British Columbia: Vancouver Coastal Health Authority, Providence Health Care, Fraser Health Authority, and Vancouver Island Health Authority. Every employee, practicum student, volunteer, and physician in the health authorities are required to complete mandatory education every two years via Moodle. In addition to the mandatory courses, there are 657 courses delivered on our Moodle site. The courses are largely self-paced, and are becoming more interactive and engaging with the use of customization and multi-media.

We have developed customized themes, formats, innovative user interface, and a mobile app. You'll take away ideas on how to customize Moodle without making it difficult to upgrade, custom course layouts, adding CSS and Javascript to courses, uses of Apps, ways of delivering self-paced education, and strategies on how to deal with high volumes.


Speakers
avatar for jason shaw

jason shaw

Lead of Learning Systems, VCH
Presentation | url: http://learndev.vch.ca/m2/course/view.php?id=1102 | user: moot | password: moot | Jason Shaw: jason.shaw@vch.ca | | | | | Jason is a learning systems enthusiast that is always looking for opportunities for innovation and continuous improvement. He has a Master of Arts in Learning and Technology and has worked with Moodle since 2003. His work with Vancouver Coastal Health Authority has impacted over 90,000... Read More →


Friday October 23, 2015 10:10 - 10:40
B-3255

10:10

Case Studies to Ignite the Imagination
This session is designed to spark ideas about teaching and learning where Moodle is the common landscape for inquiring, innovating, and inspiring. The case studies will include a summary of the design process and a demonstration of sites which use a MoodleCloud, a Moodle/Google blend, as well as the initial phase of an open collaborative space. The content presented through the case studies include graduate research in education, curricular resources for K-12, as well as resources to support bringing First Nations, Métis, and Inuit perspectives and content to educational programming and professional learning for pre-service teachers and educators in Alberta.

Speakers
avatar for Solange Lalonde

Solange Lalonde

Lead Project Developer and Facilitator, Alberta Regional Professional Development Consortia
Solange is inquisitive, reflective, mindful, and especially passionate about the transformative power of education. She believes education is about building awareness and seeking understanding through ways of being, knowing, doing, and relating to our world and our place in it. Her vision of learning is becoming clearer through her research in developing the Relativity Model for Learning and Understanding as a graduate student at the University... Read More →


Friday October 23, 2015 10:10 - 10:40
B-3250

10:10

Solution aux problèmes de disponibilité

Dans un cours de rembourrage, pour contrer les problèmes de disponibilité des machines, pour centraliser les ressources et respecter le rythme d'apprentissage des étudiants, les enseignants ont choisi d'expérimenter un cours sur la plateforme Moodle. 

Les commentaires positifs reçus de leur première utilisation de Moodle font qu'ils espèrent reconduire l'expérience dans d'autres cours.

Dans ce but, nous proposons l'amélioration du cours en fusionnant les 14 cours en un et utiliser l'achèvement pour faciliter le suivi des étudiants et respecter leur rythme d'apprentissage et d'utiliser les sections flexibles pour garder le cours attrayant.


Speakers
CO

Claudette Ouellette

DECclic
Est conseillère et administratrice Moodle pour DECclic. Son rôle consiste à offrir du soutien aux administrateurs des instances, membres de la Corporation; de dispenser des formations en ligne aux utilisateurs des établissements membres et de les conseiller; de publier des procéduriers qui faciliteront l'utilisation des ressources disponibles sur Moodle; etc.


Friday October 23, 2015 10:10 - 10:40
B-3260

10:10

Moodle Developers Talk & Share: Part 3
Many technological changes have been introduced with Moodle 2.9 :
  • JavaScript
    • Modules AMD
    • Librairie JQuery
    • AJAX
  • Render library
    • Templates Mustache

The talk will focus on theses changes : Examples, Goals, Benefits, Opportunities...



Speakers
avatar for Jean-Philippe Gaudreau

Jean-Philippe Gaudreau

Developer, Université de Montréal
Je suis un concepteur-développeur pour l'Université de Montréal. Je co-dirige l'équipe de développement et d'opération de Moodle avec Steve Massicotte.
avatar for Steve Massicotte

Steve Massicotte

Concepteur TI/ Software Engineer, Université de Montréal
Steve travaille depuis 1999 à l’Université de Montréal. Il a travaillé sur de nombreux projets qui lui ont permis de travailler avec Cobol, C, ASP, C#, Java et PHP. Il travaille présentement sur le projet StudiUM qui est la version UdeM du logiciel open source Moodle (https://moodle.org/). | | Il s’intéresse depuis longtemps à l’agilité et aux techniques d’Extreme Programming. Depuis 2010, il a enfin la chance de mettre... Read More →


Friday October 23, 2015 10:10 - 10:40
B-0215

10:50

Wrap Up Farewell
Friday October 23, 2015 10:50 - 11:20
B-0215