Has anyone else come across this site (http://www.helpusgettobett.com)? It seems to be made up of ICT teachers pushing Moodle. I was just Googling for EduGeek and found a link to them. I am going to offer our help (should we be able to provide any) as it seems they need all of the support they can get.
Putting a link on front page with paypal box or something.
But suggest you check the people out before you go any further as want to amke sure they are legit...
I can't even find a 'Contact Us' tab-link. It is not very well inmplemented, and by support I was meaning advice, after all, it would be us implementing and supporting such things anyway!
Have a word with Darren Smith (aka dagza) about it ... he is involved with the Moodle crew.
Thanks for the plug, Tony :-).
I haven't checked back here for a short while so nearly missed this (thanks Carl).
The site is a little unfinished and rough around the edges at the moment. The main reason for this is all of the work that has been going on in the background on things like booking the stand, merchandise and basically just a load of organisation so the site has taken a bit of a back seat.
There will be a paypal account the moment our project bank account comes thought so a link anywhere would be great!
The contact details were in the manifesto so I have moved them to a more obvious place.
If you wish to help then you could ...
* contribute when the paypal link is up
* buy something from the shop when that opens
* enter the quiz to win big money
We are also looking for non-financial contributions. Any ideas welcome.
If you have graphic skills then the site does need a face list to make it less kubrick-default!
You could write a moodle article for us and I will publish it on the blog
You could display a supporters e-badge on a site to link to ours.
You could display out rss feed on a site.
As I say, open to suggestions.
You can also go to the social forum at www.moodle.org to see how it all started (don't have the thread URL to hand)
A bit of digging but this is the thread you wanted?
and the URL for the social forum is
But I am sure you have to register to view them ...
btw ... What catagory has Moodle been entered into in the Innovations awards or was it too late for BETT 2006?
Hello. Ths internet thing is a small place isn't it?
That was the thread after the discussion. The discussion is here and follows on from the nomination work you referred to:
Underneath the login boxes there is a login as guest button - just hit that to read without registering.
Moodle has been entered into the e-assessment category for the BETT awards.