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Course dedication block
 
Hi all,

in the Center of Innovation for the Information Society (CICEI) at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain), a block named Course dedication block has been developed. This block allows to see the dedication estimated time to a Moodle course by the participants of the course.

Instructions of how to use it are in its download page in Modules and Plugins database. There are versions for Moodle 1.6 and Moodle 1.9.

We hope you enjoy it. Any idea will be well received. We'll try to answer here any questions related to this block.

Borja.
 
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I Teach With Moodle
Re: Course dedication block
Group Testers
Hi Borja,

this is a nice motivational tool for students. I have installed it on 1.9.2 and it works fine.

There seems to be a small language problem. It appears that "minutos" hasn't been changed to "minutes" in the en-utf8 language file. Apart from that it all works good smile

Thanks a lot for sharing Borja.

Cheers,
Fred
 
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Robert Richmond
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Easily fixed if you search the dedication.php file and replace the wrong values. Probably should be included in the lang folder though.... ?

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hello,

as Robert says the texts in English are in /lang/en_utf8/block_dedication.php. However Fred, in the future i will change this text and other texts. For example, Chris Collman suggested me a better title for the block. I'm sorry, but my english is not very good sad

Thanks to both,

Borja.
 
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Picture of Robert Tang
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hello,

This is exactly what I was looking for.  I have installed the block.

However, I can't seem to find the instructions:

1.  Where in moodle do I find this function now as an administrator?  How do I track now the students?

2.  If we want the student also to access this information for his/her time spent on the course, where would they find this?  Please let me know the exact link.

Thank you!

 
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Picture of Enrique Robredo
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hello Borja, thanks for your work:

1. In 1.9.3 version don't work if you insert it in sticky blocks for courses.
2. It's possible groups filter? Thanks.

Lo tengo en un 1.9.3 y veo dos problemas. Si lo pongo como bloque sticky no funciona. También estaría bien poder filtrar los resultados por grupos en lugar de mostrar todo el listado de alumnos. Esto último es una sugerencia que podría mejorar el bloque.

Enrique
 
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Picture of Robert Tang
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hello Enrique,

I was able to set up the block, thank you.  As administrator, I can view the dedicated times for each student.

However, I still do not know how to set up so an individual student can view his dedicated time.  Can you please provide me with isntructions how to set this up?

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hello Robert,

if you want individual student can view dedicated times for each student and teachers (a student viewing only his dedicated time is not posible) you can do it in two ways:
  • Allow capability Course dedication to student role
  • Overrides permissions on a concrete course or block context.
But the block was designed to administrators can view dedicated times for students and teachers in a course.

Hello Enrique,

I think the block should well work as sticky block. But you must bear in mind that by default only administrator role can use it and that the block can be used only in course pages (nor in main site page nor in my moodle page). Could you try it again with this considerations?

And thanks a lot for groups filter suggestion. We don't use groups nowadays but i think it would be an interesting feature to add to the block in the future.

Borja.


 
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Re: Course dedication block
 

Thank you Borja for your response.  Is there any possibility you might consider a version that would do this in the future?  The reason is that we are giving students some credit for the hours they spend online learning, and they have been asking if they could check on the hours themselves.  It would be great if in the future, this were possible so that students have access to their information only.

Thank you!

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hello Robert,

I think that this would be a little dangerous. I think the time returned by this block must be only considered as an estimated time. This block may be useful for an administrator or a course coordinator to extract conclusions. But to say to a student or a teacher: "you have spent x hours in the course" may be a bit dangerous.

For example: a student goes to the course and open 5 new tabs or windows. Then the block will says that this student spent 2 minutes in the course (the time that he spent opening the tabs or windows) but he actually spent "1 hour" (the time that he spent reading all the content of the opened tabs or windows).

What do you think about?

Borja.
 
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Picture of Robert Tang
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hi Borja,

Yes, definitely you are right and that this is an "estimate".  What is happening is that some students are asking if they can see estimates of how much time they might be credited and the instructor/teacher is indeed using your solution/dedication to estimate.

We are temporarily having students click on the "Notes" tab in Moodle when they leave the system so it gives them an ongoing way to access the activity log, when they login, and then by click the Notes tab, this is alos logged when they exit.

We just wondered if there might be another way to do this through your system.  We realize that this may be subject to abuses, but it's more to give students a tool to estimate.

Thank you

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi Robert,

i think that a good solution would be to have two capatilities instead of only one:
  • To see course dedication (of all participants)
  • To see your own dedication
and by default a student will have allowed the second capability.

I will have this in mind in the future.

Regards,

Borja.

 
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Picture of Nick GunMan
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hello Borja,
First of all congratulations for the block.
I am being asked to implement the group filter. Do you have any progress or suggestion that might be useful?
 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hello Nick,

and excuse me for the delay in responding. I am sorry but I have no progress on it, although I think it might be a necessary feature. The only obvious suggestion is to add a group selector in dedication.php and according to it show the table with only the desirable students. At the moment I can not give your more help.

Regards.
 
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Picture of Juan Crespo
Re: Course dedication block
 

Enrique and rest of people,

Can you use "course dedication block" with filter groups?

I use moodle 2.2 and the block shows all students/user of the course, but I can't separate students groups?

Any suggestion?

Thanks

Juan

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Block in version 1.9 has been modified to be used correctly as sticky block. Each instance of the block checks the next:
  • If it is a sticky block checks that user has permission to see the dedication estimated time at course context.
  • If it is a normal block checks that user has permission to see the dedication estimated time at block context.
Some text (as the one mentioned by Fred Nevers) have been fixed in both versions (1.6 and 1.9).

Regards.
 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
I forgot to say that Alex Mena made the translation to Portugues-Brasil (pt_br) language and now it is included in the block.

Regards.
 
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Manuel
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Dear Borja,

I have downloaded your dedication block and I have found some problems installing it. I am using Moodle 1.9.3+ (Build: 20081224).

1. First Moodle is complaining about a missing version.php file in your last version 1.9 block.
2. I made up a version.php file for it, and found there were missing the mysql files in the DB directory.

Can you help.

Saludos,

Manuel.
 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi Manuel,

I'm sorry for being late so much in answering you but when i saw your message i was busy and later i forgot it and then I went on holidays...

So I hope that this mail is not of help to you because already you have solved the problem smile

1.- I think blocks doesn't need a version.php file.
2.- In dedication block nothing must be added to database. The only thing existing in de DB directory is for add capabilities to roles.

So i don't know what can be happening. If still you have the problem, can you give me more information about it?

Saludos.
 
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Me at the Moodle Moot NZ11
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Group Particularly helpful Moodlers
This Block looks interesting Borja - thanks for your work on it smile

I have a similar problem:

Downloaded and installed.
But when visiting the /admin page there are no messages.
And the Block does not show under Administration menu, Modules, Blocks.
(Presume it should show as "Dedication"?)

I'm using Moodle 1.9.3+

Anyone else encountered similar ?

Thanks, Stuart.


 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi Stuart.

I have just installed it in a clean Moodle 1.9.3+ and i have not that problem. It shows as Course dedication under Administration menu, Modules, Blocks, Manage Blocks.

Regards.
 
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Thanks Borja
Interesting... I'll see if I can work out why it didn't work here and post back smile
Stuart
 
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Me at the Moodle Moot NZ11
Re: Course dedication block
Group Particularly helpful Moodlers
Hi Borja
This Block has indeed now appeared, and works smile
I can only think it was some type of cache problem initially.

Can you explain a little more about how the calculations are made?

Even though these may not be 'accurate'(?) I think this is such a simple way to see a measurement many teachers want to see ("How long did Student X spend in this course?") that I'd like to understand it a little better.

Many thanks for developing and releasing this smile

Stuart
 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi Stuart,

the calculations are made bearing the following definitions in mind:

Session: set of two or more consecutive clicks in which the elapsed time between every pair of consecutive clicks does not overcome an established maximum time.

Session duration: elapsed time between the first and the last click of the session.

So the total student dedication to a course is the sum of all his session durations in a chosen period. And the clicks are obtained from the log table of the database.

Regards.
 
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Re: Course dedication block
 
i enabled the email based self registration and recaptcha...but am not able to reduce the image suze of recaptcha.....know my need is to cut the captcha image into two images or reduce the size of the image.....
 
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Picture of voodoo sat belice
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hola Borja, en primer lugar espero que nadie se moleste si no escribo en ingles... pero logicamente me expreso mejor en español...

Soy novato con moodle, y a pesar que leo mucho, no se como solucionar el problema que tengo con tu módulo.

Uso moodle 1.9.4+, he subido la carpeta dedication sin modificar nada al servidor, mas concretamente dentro de la carpeta blocks; si no tengo mal entendido, eso debería crear dentro del panel de administración un apartado nuevo llamado Dedicación al curso, pero no existe; he mirado este mismo post, para verificar la ruta de donde debería estar ese nuevo apartado... Si no tengo mal entendido deberia salir en Administración - Modulos - Bloques - Gestionar bloques, pero allí no aparece, no se si puedes ayudarme a solucionar esto, pues necesito saber y crear reportes del tiempo de conexion al curso que tiene cada uno de los alumnos.

Tal vez sea por la version de moodle, la verdad es que no lo se... reitero las gracias a todos por ayudar a este novato.

 
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Capt. Moodle
Re: Course dedication block
Group DevelopersGroup Moodle HQGroup Testers
Pues claro, como es un foro en inglés preferimos inglés y hay foros en Español pero lo mas importante es hallar una solución. Después de copiar los archivos a la carpeta, entraste en tu sitio como administrador? Para expezar el proceso de instalar un bloque nuevo hay que apresionar Notificaciones en el bloque de administración para el sitio. Debe averiguar que el bloque se instaló bien y así podrá ver el bloque en Administración - Modulos - Bloques - Gestionar bloques. Paz - Antonio

-- brief English translation --

Sure English is preferred but the most important thing is to find a solution. Did you login in as admin and click on Notifications in the Site Admin block? If not, do so because that is what initiates the install process for new blocks. Then you should be able to see the block in Admin - Modules - Blocks - Manage Blocks. Peace - Anthony
 
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Picture of voodoo sat belice
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hola Borja,

Intentaré explicarme en ingles ...

Thanks a lot for your comments, i stayed 1 week in Paris and when i return i see your answer and i solve the problem... my mistake was that i did not entry in Notifications.

Your block works perfectly in this version and i would say to you thanks for your job.

risa

Regards from Andorra.

 
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Out Of My Mind
Re: Course dedication block
 
I have Installed Moodle 1.9.3 on my server with Fantastico. I think I have successfully installed this block, but only find a description, not instructions on the download page. A listing shows up in Admin > Modules > Blocks for Dedication, but where do I see the total time spent by the student on the material. That is the data I need to be able to verify, and collect for a report.
 
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Javier Toledo
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Hi Roger. have you active the block in a course where you want to get the time spent by the user? You must know that the time is for whole course dedication not for a partitular activity or learning material.
 
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Out Of My Mind
Re: Course dedication block
 
Thank you, F. Javier. New to Moodle, I did not know that I had to install the block AND enable it in the course. This will do just what we want - log the total time a student spends in the course. Thanks again!
 
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Out Of My Mind
Re: Course dedication block
 
I now have the dedication block functioning, keeping track of time spent with the lesson. But how do I prevent the student from logging in, then simply walking away and letting the clock continue to run, giving him credit for more time spent than actual? Is there some way to periodically pose a question, or present a captcha, that requires a human interaction to verify that the student is still in attendance?
 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi Roger,

the time returned by this block must be only considered as an estimated time. This block may be useful for an administrator or a course coordinator to extract conclusions. But to say to a student or a teacher: "you have spent x hours in the course" may be a bit dangerous.

At this moment i think it is not possible to present a question or a captcha periodically.

Regards.
 
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Re: Course dedication block
 

Is this compatible with moodle 1.97+?

I've tried to install it but it said "Block dedication is not compatible with the current version of Moodle and needs to be updated by a programmer.".

Any solution? please.

Thank you.

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi Teerawoot,

this block is compatible with 1.9.7+

Could you test if folder ...yourmoodle.../blocks/dedication and its content exists and has all permissions right?

Regards.
 
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Picture of Teerawoot Charoenporn
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So I reinstalled moodle 1.97+ (20100210) and install course dedicate block, it works. So I don't know what's wrong with my old moodle(may be because I have install some Major patch in my old moodle). By the way, thanks for your advice.

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi Terawoot, great!

Regards.
 
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Picture of Joachim Vogelgesang
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hola Borja,
Traducción alemán
 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi Joachim,

the translation has been added to the code of the block.

Regards.
 
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Picture of Steve Iman
Re: Course dedication block
 
I'd like to find the module, though when I click through from the module page last changed in 08, I receive a blank page. It surprises me to find commentary about the module from 2010. Is it still available? Thanks.. sciman@csupomona dot edu
 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi Steve,

block is still available. You can download it from here.

Regards,
Borja.
 
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Picture of Adrian Chan
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hi Borja,

I'm now using Moodle 1.9.8, encounter below error after installed this block and click 'Notification' link.

Tried to modify database, but "E:\Moodle\server\moodle/mod/dedication/db/mysql.sql" doesn't exist!

dedication tables could NOT be set up successfully!

I've login as admin, try to access <myip>/blocks/dedication but failed with "Object not found!" message.

Could you please suggest any advice?

Thanks.

Adrian C.

 
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Picture of Adrian Chan
Re: Course dedication block
 

I found the cause of error and it shows obviously in above path.. it's just folder issue. I've put the whole folder in wrong place, it works when I move back to the right folder "..\moodle/blocks/"..

shy

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi Adrian,

don't worry since it often happens smile

Regards,
Borja.
 
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Picture of Juan Pablo Zapata
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hello Borja.

First of all, congratulations on the development of this useful block. I've been using it since early 2009 for monthly statistics.

I wanted to note a particular behavior of the block when users get the "forum mail error" registered as an Action:

Actions2

In this case, Ana Gabriela has the Student role in the course but she never actually accessed it. All her actions are "forum mail errors"

The conditions for this scenario are:

  1. The user has the Student role
  2. The student is subscribed to the forum (in this case,  all students are subscribed automatically)
  3. For some reason, the server is unable to send the email notification when someone makes a post and generates an error.

 

This results in the Course Dedication Block taking her "forum mail error" actions as real activity, creating false data.

Of course, this can be solved in a variety of ways, fixing one of the 3 conditions I listed...I just wanted to show this particular case to the world smile

It probably happens with other "false actions" like this as well.

Hope you find it useful.

Juan Pablo, from Chile.

 
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Picture of Paco A
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Hi all,

would be a version from Moodle 2.0?

Thanks.

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hi Paco,

I think that when we were using Moodle 2 we will upgrade the module.

Regards.

 
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Picture of Paco A
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi Borja, I'm thinking about adapt it for Moodle 2.0. Is it legal and possible? I don't want to do any illegal neither immoral. I have a good command of PHP and OOP but I haven't made a moodle module never. Cheers.
 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
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Hi Paco,

It is legal and possible. And it would be great.

Regards.

 
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wen photo
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I would really love to see this block available for Moodle 2.0 too. Thanks!

 
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Picture of Paco A
Re: Course dedication block
 
Hi again, I have done a calculate and I have discovered that the sum of different sessions (duration form each session) and the total dedication automatically calculated are different. I don't know if this has any reason or is a calculation error. I attach two screenshots with different limit between clicks (10 and 60 minutes). Thanks.
 
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Picture of Paco A
Re: Course dedication block
 
Ah ok, sorry. I've just realized that the block doesn't print sessions less than 59 seconds and "format_dedication" function approach the time.
 
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wen photo
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By the way, is there any other 3rd party Moodle plugin that does similar things that is fully compatible with Moodle 2.0? Just curious. Thanks!

 
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Picture of Juan Leyva
Re: Course dedication block
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For Moodle 2.0 you have Configurable Reports, it's a generic report builder with a type of collumn called "Course dedication time"
I'm the developer, I used a few lines of code of this block to creathe this column
See
http://moodle.org/mod/data/view.php?d=13&rid=4283
 
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Picture of Paco A
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hi,

¿Take "course dedication time" into account dedicated time for SCORM also? For example, if an user are seeing any SCORM and he exits without close session neither do click in another section.

Thanks.

 
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Picture of Juan Leyva
Re: Course dedication block
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The course dedication time uses the same code that this plugin for calculating the time, so, If the course dedication block take into account the SCORM time, the configurable reports also

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 

The block takes into consideration all clicks saved in log table. And SCORM saves all its own clicks in log table, so those clicks are considered.

Offtopic: Juan aprovecho para comentarte que el Configurable reports nos parece la bomba, muchas gracias.

Regards.

 
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Picture of Paco A
Re: Course dedication block
 

Excuse me, but SCORM clicks are registered all in log table only in case of debuggin is turned on. In another case log table only register the beginning (with action=view) and the final (with any action in another module) and I should consider scorm_track table entries.

Regards.

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hi Paco,

Then those clics are the only ones considered by course dedication block.

Regards.

 
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Picture of Borja Rubio Reyes
Re: Course dedication block
 

This block has been updated to Moodle 2 version by Aday Talavera Hierro, member of CICEI from ULPGC.

You can download it from the old database of modules and plugins or download it from our server.

 
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Picture of Aday Talavera
Re: Course dedication block
 

We have published this plugin in the new plugins database.
http://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=block_dedication

 
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Picture of Luiggi Sansonetti
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hi

just for information

the block "dedication" works well on my 2.3 Moodle.

and there is the documentation i made for the french community :

http://docs.moodle.org/2x/fr/Dedication.

cheers.

 
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Picture of Sol Garcia
Re: Course dedication block
Group Particularly helpful Moodlers

Buenos días

Me he descargado vuestro bloque para la versión 2.1 y funciona genial... gracias! Pero necesitaría que apareciesen las ip's de cada franja de conexión de cada alumno ¿es posible?

Gracias, un saludo

 
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Picture of Reginaldo Polesi
Re: Course dedication block
 

Instalei esse bloco para o Moodle 2.4.3+. Está funcionando perfeitamente. Mas não estou entendendo seu funcionamento.

Não entendo o que seja "Tempo entre os cliques (em minutos)".

Por padrão vem escrito marcado 60 minutos. Mas para cada valor diferente que marco, o tempo resultante é diferente.

Abaixo uma tabela de exemplo.(esse é um relatório de um curso REAL, só troquei o nome dos alunos)

Destacando alguns exemplos:

ALUNO-08: se marco "1", o resultado é que ficou "22 minutos"; se marco "60" o resultado é que ele ficou "3 horas e 15 minutos".
Então pergunto: afinal, esse aluno ficou 22 minutos ou 3 horas e 15 minutos?
ALUNO-16: se marco "1", o resultado é que ficou "4 minutos"; se marco "60" o resultado é que ele ficou "1 hora".
Então pergunto: afinal , esse aluno ficou 4 minutos ou 1 hora?
ALUNO-38: se marco 1", o resultado também é "4 mintuos"; se marco "60" o resultado é diferente do aluno-16, e resulta em "1 hora e 32 minutos"
ALUNO-40: se marco "1", o resultado é "5 minutos"; se marco "60", o resultado é "38 minutos".

=> não consigo entender a LÓTICA ou PROPORÇÃO. Para piorar, também uso o GMOODLE que me dá resultados totalmente diferentes desses.

GOSTARIA DE RECEBER EXPLICAÇÃO PARA ENTENDER O QUE SÃO ESSES RESULTADOS

NOME Para 1 min Para 2 min Para 3 min Para 4 min Para 5 min Para 10 min Para 20 min Para 60 min
Aluno-01 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 15 min. 15 min.
Aluno-02 1 min. 6 min. 8 min. 16 min. 16 min. 23 min. 36 min. 36 min.
Aluno-03 2 min. 3 min. 6 min. 6 min. 10 min. 16 min. 16 min. 16 min.
Aluno-04 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-05 13 min. 20 min. 26 min. 32 min. 32 min. 38 min. 1 h. e 16 min. 3 h. e 13 min.
Aluno-06 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-07 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-08 22 min. 50 min. 1 h. e 0 min. 1 h. e 4 min. 1 h. e 8 min. 1 h. e 49 min. 2 h. e 47 min. 3 h. e 15 min.
Aluno-09 2 min. 2 min. 5 min. 5 min. 5 min. 19 min. 19 min. 19 min.
Aluno-10 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-11 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-12 3 min. 5 min. 5 min. 5 min. 9 min. 15 min. 49 min. 49 min.
Aluno-13 1 min. 4 min. 10 min. 10 min. 10 min. 10 min. 10 min. 43 min.
Aluno-14 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-15 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-16 4 min. 12 min. 17 min. 17 min. 17 min. 17 min. 30 min. 1 h. e 0 min.
Aluno-17 5 min. 5 min. 5 min. 8 min. 8 min. 14 min. 14 min. 14 min.
Aluno-18 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-19 0 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 11 min. 11 min.
Aluno-20 6 min. 9 min. 16 min. 27 min. 32 min. 32 min. 49 min. 49 min.
Aluno-21 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min.
Aluno-22 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-23 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-24 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-25 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-26 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-27 2 min. 2 min. 2 min. 2 min. 2 min. 2 min. 2 min. 31 min.
Aluno-28 0 min. 0 min. 3 min. 3 min. 8 min. 27 min. 38 min. 2 h. e 7 min.
Aluno-29 1 min. 2 min. 2 min. 6 min. 6 min. 11 min. 11 min. 11 min.
Aluno-30 10 min. 12 min. 15 min. 18 min. 22 min. 34 min. 48 min. 1 h. e 53 min.
Aluno-31 0 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 22 min.
Aluno-32 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 12 min. 12 min.
Aluno-33 5 min. 12 min. 12 min. 12 min. 12 min. 38 min. 38 min. 38 min.
Aluno-34 1 min. 4 min. 6 min. 6 min. 6 min. 6 min. 40 min. 40 min.
Aluno-35 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 1 min. 12 min. 12 min.
Aluno-36 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.
Aluno-37 3 min. 9 min. 12 min. 12 min. 17 min. 40 min. 40 min. 1 h. e 1 min.
Aluno-38 4 min. 6 min. 8 min. 12 min. 12 min. 29 min. 59 min. 1 h. e 32 min.
Aluno-39 2 min. 3 min. 3 min. 3 min. 3 min. 3 min. 3 min. 3 min.
Aluno-40 5 min. 6 min. 6 min. 6 min. 11 min. 11 min. 38 min. 38 min.
Aluno-41 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min. 0 min.

 

 

 
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Picture of Mauricio Z
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hola,

un saludo a los desarrolladores del módulo y les quería preguntar si hay una fecha tentativa de cuando podría estar lista la versión para el Moodle 2.6. Utilizaré el módulo y quiero saber si voy a tener que bajar la versión o podría esperar. Gracias !!!

MZ

 
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Daniel
Re: Course dedication block
 

Hello,
Your plugin useful he will soon be available for Moodle 2.6?
thank you
Daniel

 
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Picture of Aday Talavera
Re: Course dedication block
 

We have published a major update of this block with great new features. You can see the new plugin description and screenshots for more information in https://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=block_dedication

Note: as a side effect translation changed a lot and we needed to delete all of them except English and Spanish, as these are the only languages we can translate.

 
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Picture of the s33k3r
Re: Course dedication block
 

With Moodle 2.7 this block no longer works, due to the new logging system.

Is there any work around for this? I tried enabling the legacy logging system but it still doesn't work.  

 
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