Are you going to EdtechPosium?

By Scott Huntley | Events

Oct 13
EdtechPosium

Pukunui Technology is proud to once again (and in a way, for the first time) sponsor EdtechPosium!

EdtechPosium, originally known as MoodlePosium, is an annual conference, organised by six Canberra based institutions. EdtechPosium focuses on educational technologies in the higher learning and vocational education sectors.

Fitting the Tech to Teaching

This year, the theme is Fitting the Tech to Teaching. A fitting topic for the shift from a focus on Moodle to all Educational Technology.

We are also proud to announce that Pukunui Trainer / Consultant Kenneth Scott Huntley will be presenting on both days.

Scott will present on his experience building the ultimate Moodle course template with his last employer. He will also show you why he is called the IoT Moodler. Scott will present on using Arduino to teach programming. If you don’t know what Arduino is, or why it’s fun to use, you’ll want to see this talk.

But equally important, Scott will be there to meet and connect with our clients.

We know a lot of you go to events like EdtechPosium, to meet fellow educators and gain insight and inspiration. Pukunui wants to support you on your journeys of discovery. If you are already planning on going, make it your mission to share a cup of coffee with Scott and tell him your Moodle stories.

We all love reconnecting with our clients at Pukunui, and events like these are great opportunities to do so.

And if you aren’t going to EdtechPosium, well, why not?

You’ll have to move fast because registration is closing soon.

This is a great Australian edtech event we are proud to be a part of. We believe you’ll meet new friends and develop a professional network, be inspired by the presenters, including the five amazing keynote speakers, learn more about educational technologies like Moodle, and have a great time.

Details

EdtechPosium runs from October 30 to 31. UNSW Canberra at ADFA in Campbell, ACT. Tickets are $340.

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