Brief about course formats in Moodle
A course format is a special type of plugin in Moodle, which is responsible for the course layout – what the course page looks like (/course/view.php) in both view and editing mode, which resources and activities must be displayed, how they are styled and in which order they are arranged, in which sections they are located etc. The basic and most popular Moodle course format is the Topics format. It is the most simple and that’s why it’s best to use it as a skeleton for the creation of a new course format.
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List of rules for proper development in the Moodle environment
Naming of parameters (do not use “_” or uppercase)
//BED $Userid, $course_id, $ModuleCourseid
//GOOD $userid, $courseid, $modulecourseid, $param1, $parm2 ..
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The fast way to define test course Moodle using CLI Screen
The fastest way to define a test course Moodle using the CLI Screen
php admin/tool/generator/cli/maketestcourse.php --shortname=Course1 --fullname=Course1 --size=M
–size=S – under a 100 users in the course
–size=M – under a 1000 users in the course
$CFG->tool_generator_users_password='your password for all tests user';
In this problem the student is supposed to address some claims about tangents and function and to provide graphs which support his answers. In general student can use 1 method of adding a tangent line (by adding a straight line which is movable and with adjustable slope) and 2 methods of adding a function:
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Extended Essay Validation Plugin counts the minimum ormaximum inserted words in the Moodle question type essay and will not allow thestudent to submit anything while the requirements are not met.
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sudo apt-get install python3-minimal -y
sudo apt-get install graphviz -y
sudo apt-get install ghostscript -y
sudo apt-get install du -y
sudo apt-get install aspell -y
sudo apt-get install dot -y
sudo apt-get install unoconv -y
Source Moodle Doc: https://docs.moodle.org/35/en/Universal_Office_Converter_(unoconv)