It’s Sunday afternoon and outside my window a bunch of starlings makes the most atrocious of rackets (I know bird song is supposed to be beautiful, but if you’re preparing a talk for MoodleMoot11 every distraction automatically qualifies as racket). I am in the process of putting the finishing touches to my presentation for my first ever MoodleMoot but I am having a sneaking suspicion that I am not hitting the right tone: when preparing for a MoodleMoot, does one target the educationalists or the geekier part of the audience? How much Moodle does a talk have to feature to be appropriate for the event? Is it ok to focus on the content of the educational progamme while emphasizing that without Moodle it wouldn’t have worked? Does that offend the Moodlerati? And how to solve this conundrum? Having a look at last years videos didn’t really help.
Dilemmas on a Sunday afternoon.
Any ideas, oh hivemind?