iMoot is an annual event where the #Moodle community, practitioners, administrators and decision makers meet to share the best practice in online learning.
iMoot15 – Everyone Matters
The theme for this year’s iMoot is “Everyone matters!”
In our globalised world we see every day that successful solutions are those that include the contributions of all affected parties.
We want this year’s iMoot to be inclusive and open for participants from all kinds of backgrounds; be it trainer, teacher, administrator, developer or learners that want to share their Moodle stories.
We are aiming for anyone to participate in the iMoot that wants to, no matter their socioeconomic standing, age, ability, or the devices they use, because we know that successful Moodle use needs everybody.
As agile software has got more accepted and popular, it’s also been subject to a fair bit of misunderstanding. This talk focuses on the essence of agile software development, adaptive planning and people-orientation. Following this, a brief summary of the Agile Fluency model, which describes the typical path people follow as they learn and apply agile software development, is given.
This is a bundle of services that transcodes any input video to MP4 format, with H264 video codecs, and AAC audio codecs. It provides linear scalability and performance improvement with the number of worker nodes deployed.
This bundle includes:
Transcode (avconv from libav-tools) A shared filesystem (NFS) Monitoring (Ganglia)
With Planet eStream’s powerful assessment tool plugins for Moodle and Blackboard, lecturers are able to create assignments and students are able to securely submit videos directly from within the learning platform.