Overview (AKA short version)
comply with Moodle Trademark rules, hence only advertise generic services unless a Moodle partner.
not be used to primarily sell a product or service.
not be used as a back door to get other presenters in for free
Please do consider CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 licensing your presentation, for more information, please see: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/. These will also be made available on YouTube later in the year.
A good presentation will:
Be around 45 minutes long including question and answers.
Benefit the Moodle community.
Be structured with clear objectives, flow and plenary.
Have a backup plan for when things go wrong.
Provide supplementary and complementary material in the course you are provided with.
Be in the spirit of the Moodle Open Source ethos of sharing knowledge and materials.
Use the BBB training rooms to practice. We recommend uploading presentations as pdf files.
Spend time familiarising yourself with BBB and attend Fred's training sessions even if you've used BBB before as each year uses a new and improved version.
If you do not have Microsoft PowerPoint, then LibreOffice (https://www.libreoffice.org/) is a good free alternative.
Avoid streaming video, but rather provide links for attendees to view later.
Dual screen setups or another device will help you monitor chat at the same time, very useful for questions and gauging the alertness of the audience.
- If you get in a 'technopanic', don't worry, a member of the iMoot team will always be around to help.