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MoodleMoot US West Coast 2011 Opening Presentation

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Introductory remarks at the MoodleMoot US West Coast, describing the CSU LMS trajectory/experience.

Introductory remarks at the MoodleMoot US West Coast, describing the CSU LMS trajectory/experience.

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  • John: want to welcome you to this year’s US West Coast MoodleMoot in lovely Sonoma County.Remember start of this conference at last year’s Sloan/MERLOT conference, when Martin Knott slipped a clandestine postcard to Kathy Fernandes and I with a “save the date” posted ... And now the event is here!
  • Interesting trend in LMS decisions at CSU over timeIn 2009, all WebCt/Bboard, and a few MoodleExpanding share of Moodle, to 2012 – where we currently have more campuses committed to Moodle than WebCt/Bboard – with 2 undecided.
  • Not just small campuses using Moodle anymore. FTE allocations are proportional to campuses choosing Moodle
  • Looking at the trend over time, the pattern in clear: Moodle is growing in popularity and adoption across our system.If you’re interested in what we are doing as a system to coordinate efforts, can attend our session tomorrow afternoon
  • Strong and interesting program for you – thanks to the hard work of your program committee in recruiting and reviewing proposals. Could each of you stand when I read your name?
  • Also the less-exciting job of figuring out logistics, budget, sponsorship – these folks deserve an even larger hand!
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    • 1.
    • 2. Welcome!
      JOHN WHITMER, PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIR & ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR CSU LMSS PROJECT, CSU OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR AND CSU CHICO LOU PUGLIESE, CEO AND PRESIDENT, MOODLEROOMS
    • 3. The California State University
      23 diverse campuses, ranging from:
      CSU Maritime (specialized, 1,000 FTES)
      CSU Northridge (regional metro, 27,000 FTES)
      412,000 students systemwide
      43,000 faculty and staff systemwide
      “The People’s University”: dedicated to accessible higher education, quality and value
      LMSS efforts coordinated since 1997, within decentralized, opt-in, campus-driven model
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    • 7. Who’s in the audience today...
      ~ 320 attendees, from Sonoma State to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia!
      Sectors: universities, community colleges, K-12 schools, nonprofits, and for-profits
      Leaders in Moodle development: Lousiana State University, UCLA, San Francisco State University, and many others
      Experienced Moodlers, recent adopters, and institutions considering a switch
    • 8. Program Committee
      Andrew Roderick, San Francisco State University
      Clifford Tham, San Francisco State University
      Curtis Fornadley, University of California at Los Angeles
      Hillary Kaplowitz, CSU Northridge
      Nick Thompson, University of California at Los Angeles
      Sarah Weston, Open High School of Utah
      Sue Valdés, Independent Consultant
      Terri Bruns, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
      Tom Murdock, Moodlerooms
      John Whitmer, CSU Office of the Chancellor & CSU Chico
    • 9. Conference Planning Team
      Abbe Altman, CSU Center for Distributed Learning
      Erin Waker-Anderson, Moodlerooms
      Kathy Fernandes, CSU Office of the Chancellor & CSU Chico
      Kristen Flagg, Moodlerooms
    • 10. And special thanks to ....
      Moodlerooms for their partnership and support
    • 11. Logistical Items
      Breaks will be in Foyer of Salons 1 & 2, with exhibitors
      Conference bags available this afternoon if you were at the Preconference workshops
      White envelope has your drink ticket for reception this afternoon
    • 12. Save the date: 2012 Conference in Los Angeles Area, collaboration between CSU Northridge and Moodlerooms
    • 13. Lou Pugliese, Moodlerooms

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