The MediaAMP cloud platform is designed to meet a wide variety of requirements – from small teams or departments and across an entire campus – to provide solutions for collaborative media, digital asset workflows, and secure content curation and delivery. By consolidating all media assets in the MediaAMP cloud, universities can readily repurpose existing content for multiple uses compatible with all modern operating systems, including mobile.

The MediaAMP solution integrates directly into any LMS for a single screen experience. Connect your capture sources for seamless and automatic delivery directly to your LMS, everything from lecture capture systems to Zoom.

Whether you're big, little or small, people always looking for additional features and plugins to make their Moodle more configurable. Come down the rabbit hole with Dean Saunders, CEO & Founder at eCreators, as he takes you on a journey of what's possible. In its elegant simplicity with one of the world's friendliest Moodle theme - Learnbook, the highly configurable Moodle take, in use by hundreds of global organizations.

Teaching with technology is a hot topic with the emergency move to remote teaching and learning due to Covid-19. In this session, learn and discuss how to build your programs for next year around research-based proven strategies that work well and will improve the experience for students, parents, teachers and staff.
PBIS is the best approach educators have to improving student behavior. But with so much uncertainty on the horizon, how can administrators adapt their PBIS approach to work in any setting?

In this session, we’ll discuss Virtual PBIS, an approach to PBIS that’s capable of improving behavior whether students are learning at home or in the classroom. We’ll explore what Virtual PBIS is, how it’s different from traditional approaches, and what makes it so versatile and effective.
There's a Google tool, extension, or tip for every letter of the alphabet and this advanced, fast-paced session will cover Shelly’s favorites in a speedy manner. To gain the most from this experience it will be helpful to have a basic knowledge of the Google Suite as well as a tolerance for an energetic presenter.
Knowing your online audience in order to deliver a quality learning experience that meets the needs of all different types of learner has been a priority in the profile of the online environment. Understanding the characteristics and needs of the online learner is paramount during this time. This presentation will address how Moodle is used by an administrator, advisor, and academic clinical professor to overcome online barriers and assist your program in becoming flexible, engaging and supportive so that students who are not place-bound are meeting their educational goals (Dabbagh, 2007). The presentation will directly address how to set up a Moodle advising site that can be recreated each year and keeps your students engaged/advised and in the know. The presentation will show how simulation can be added to your online courses and increase learner engagement and experience. There will be breakout groups to assist in specific needs of the group that can be directly implemented so that your online learning environment allows students to meet their educational goals. Lastly the presentation will demonstrate how this has impacted administration and accreditation guidelines for a successful online program.

Dabbagh, N. (2007). The online learner: Characteristics and pedagogical implications. Contemporary issues in technology and teacher education. [Online serial], 7(3). Retrieved March 10, 2020, from
Badges are great, but it can seem intimidating to figure out where to start and how to make them work in your course. In this interactive session, let's build some badges! We will discuss the way Badges works, how to create or find icons to use for badges, construct the badge details, and add them to course content.