MoodleNet project community call (May 2018)

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Next Wednesday, we’re hosting our MoodleNet project community call for May. We’ve got some updates to share, and we’d also very much appreciate your input for an upcoming design sprint.

The call will kick off, as usual, with a brief update about the current status of Project MoodleNet, and then we will collaborate on the data and inputs required for the design sprint we’re running later this month.

We’re alternating the times of each monthly call, so apologies to those who live in timezones that make it difficult to join this time around. We record each one, and you’re welcome to add your thoughts to the etherpad-based agenda asynchronously.


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Recording of first Project MoodleNet community call now available!

Project MoodleNet community call (4th April 2018)

Many thanks to the 20+ who joined us for the first Project MoodleNet community call. Despite some technical difficulties towards the end, it proved to be a great, positive discussion!

The (now very colourful and annotated) agenda can be found here. The video and audio recording, along with a backup of the agenda, and visual notes from Bryan Mathers and Adam Procter, can be found at archive.org.

Please join us for the next community call at 08:00 UTC on Wednesday 9th May 2018.

Adam Procter notes

Bryan Mathers - resource collection

Bryan Mathers - The Discoverability problem

Community call: save the date!

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Right now, we’re deep in planning mode for Project MoodleNet. This includes putting together documentation (most of which is publicly available here), sorting out resourcing, and talking to people who have valuable insights which will help us with the road ahead.

We’re keen to involve the community in this process as soon as it makes sense to do so, which is why we’re announcing the first Project MoodleNet community call for early April!

The call will kick off with a brief presentation about the current status of Project MoodleNet, and then will take questions and have a discussion about what should be in/out of scope for the project.

Apologies to those who live in timezones that make it difficult to join this time around. We’ll be sure to record this one, and will attempt to accommodate different timezones in future calls.


Image by Dafne Cholet used under a Creative Commons license