We need your help! - Join our Moodle 4.0 UX Workshops

Are you a teacher, student or community developer? 

The UX team is running fun, collaborative workshops over the course of July and we are inviting you to join us in these sessions!  

We are currently in the planning phase of our Moodle 4.0 roadmap and part of this phase is discovering what our Moodle users and community needs for a better user experience. These workshops ensure that you are part of the discussion. 

How will the workshop be run? 

The workshop will be facilitated by the Moodle UX team over a Zoom webinar. This means you can join us from anywhere because the workshops are fully remote. Each session is only one hour long and will have between 6-8 other people working alongside you in a team. So you will be collaborating with others, it's more fun that way! 

What do you need to join? 

All you have to do is turn up to the Zoom call and participate in the activities we have planned for you - it's that easy! To access Zoom, you need a laptop or desktop computer with a web cam and microphone as well as a suitable internet connection. We will send you detailed instructions on how to join the workshop closer to the time.

Are you ready to sign up for a Moodle 4.0 UX Workshop? 

We only have a limited amount of seats for each workshop so sign up fast - first come, first serve! 

All times are shown in CEST (UCT+2). Check these times in your location.

TEACHERS
Available workshop dates: 
  • 6th July // 8am - 9am 
  • 7th July // 9am - 10am 
  • 8th July // 8am - 9am 
  • 9th July // 9am - 10am  

Please sign up here

STUDENTS
Available workshop dates: 
  • 13th July // 8am - 9am 
  • 14th July // 9am - 10am 
  • 15th July // 8am - 9am 
  • 16th July // 9am - 10am  

Please sign up here

COMMUNITY DEVELOPER
Available workshop dates: 
  • 20th July // 8am - 9am 
  • 21st July // 9am - 10am 
  • 22nd July // 8am - 9am 
  • 23rd July // 9am - 10am

Please sign up here


Thanks and looking forward to workshopping with you! 
The UX Team 

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