The global online Moodle conference iMoot 2014, 15 – 19 May 2014, is underway will be using BigBlueButton for all sessions. It’s running 24 hours a day for the next four days. Here’s a screen shot from the keynote address.
The Associazione GNU Linux User Group Perugia Linux Umbria Software recently uploaded a presentation by Giuseppe Maugeri on BigBlueButton. The presentation is in Italian, we didn’t understand a word of it, but we loved watching it. If you can speak Italian, you’d probably enjoy it even more than we did. You can view the presentation
It was a productive day of workshops and collaboration with the BigBlueButton community during the summit. Here are the recordings from the sessions. Overview: Growing the BigBlueButton Community Fred Dixon, BigBlueButton Project Manager, spoke of the history and growth of the BigBlueButton project (click image below to playback recording). Session #1: BigBlueButton User Experience Feedback
Trainspace, an Australian-based company, recently conducted a trial of BigBlueButton as part of the Australian 2012 Emerging Technology Trials, a program under the government’s National VET (Vocational Education and Training) E-learning Strategy (Strategy). The full report of the BigBlueButton trail available is available on-line. It contains a good analysis of using BigBlueButton, along with survey
Scott Siddall, managing director of Longsight, recently showcased BigBlueButton’s integration with Sakai at EDUCAUSE 2011. Longsight is also helping us update the Sakai Meeting Tool to support record and playback (see this post in sakai-dev).