I have quizzes under 19 subjects and more of my questions are about medicine, so I wish to disable the right click function, as well as any copy function from these pages. After these quizzes are over, there is a review answer page, where I show them the correct answers to all those questions.
I also want this review page to be disabled, so no one copy's our database of Q&As. Please let me know how to do this in moodle, thanks.
What happens to my question, when no one answers ?
We live in an in-perfect world! As technology has progressed we tend to lean towards 'instant gratification' ... everywhere. This forum and it's participants is a community of users. As you know, no one is paid to support other community users.
So first, I'd like to suggest being patient ... the original posting/question was on the same day as this question - just a few hours later.
Could be that folks are researching for you ... or it could be that it's been determined that OP needs to learn "how to fish". Ok, I'll do a little fishing for you ... ;)
Have you checked out:
There's a section on Browser security
and Require the use of Safe Exam Browser
Please note that it's version 2.9 and
that it's considered experimental for that series.
Also note that such efforts don't promise to be 100% effective ... along with technology advancements so to is the user that would 'cheat' knowledge of how one might possibly circumvent such protections.
'spirit of sharing', Ken
Sorry if I was being impatient. I was thinking that this forum must be equally popular and polluted like the other forums, i am involved in. Next time I will keep a bit more patience
The link you sent was a big help, thank you so much.
This made all the copy pasting stuff and right click stuff disable.
I didnot choose the Safe Exam Browser option, because, sometimes student are too lazy or scared to download something, which they are not aware of and this option has some kind of safe browser download for each user for the first attempt.
However, you can't stop students taking a photo of the screen with their mobile phones. You need to remember that technical controls are limited.
Haha, I know that, but Tim, my database is of more than 8000 Q&As and I have kept each subject questions to maximum 10 questions a page. How many times would they click and save and then that would be more tiring than just go back dorm and study
I have one more query, would appreciate if you can help me.
I have 19 subjects, each subjects have 3 courses, as quiz for 1, 3 and 6 hours.
And I have 5 different batch of students with around 60 students studying in each class.
I want to make one common enrolment key of all the subjects for 5 different batch of students. How can I do that?
Hope I was clear with my question and not confused you.
Sorry, I don't really understand the question, and it seems to be more about Enrolment than about Quizzes.
You might be able to do something with Cohorts. Or you might be able to automatically put users in the right courses and groups using Upload users. If neither of those answers your question, I suggest that you ask again in the Enrolment forum.
Thanks for your reply.
What is the difference between a Cohort and a group? I have made cohorts, but cant find a way to assign an enrolment key for each member to enter the courses.
Let me try to elaborate my question.
I have a total of 19 courses in my moodle. Now I want to allot an enrolment key for all the courses, so any new user can use that key and enrol in these courses. However I have 5 different classes in my department and each class have around 60 students, so in total there are around 300 students. But I dont want to give all these 300 students, just one enrolment key. I want to give separate enrolment key or password to 5 different classes. So whenever any student registers on the site, he can use that password and enrol in the course easily.
Let me know how is that possible, thanks for your help.
I think I understand the situation now. The point is that at the time you are setting up these courses, the students have not yet created an account for themselves on the Moodle server. They will only self-register later, and then they need to enrol themselves in the right courses. Hence, using an enrolment key is the natural solution.
Actually, I still don't understand the question. Isn't this just how Moodle works? https://docs.moodle.org/31/en/Enrolment_key
Yes you got that right, but the question is, I want to create one enrolment key for 'x' number of students for all the courses and then another enrolment key for 'y' number of students for all courses and one more different enrolment key for 'z' number of students for all courses.
So now should I make different groups for x, y and z OR should I make cohorts for x, y and z ?
What is better to make, where I just have to give them the enrolment key and when they make a new account, I will just add them to that particular group or cohort.
So they just have to make a new account and then use the enrolment key which I have given. But x, y and z will have separate keys to enrol in these courses.
Is the purpose of enrolment keys to have students separated in the course? Perhaps if you could let us know why you need different keys, we could help you find the best way of setting it up.
Because they are different year (batch) students.
Some are in the first year, second year, third year students. So I want them to be in one group and give the teacher different passwords for different class
So, then I would use group enrolment keys. In your self enrolment options, check use Group Enrolment Keys. Then, create a group for each year, give each group a different enrolment key and then give that key to the students for enrolment. When they use the group enrolment key, they will be enrolled in the course and added to the group.
Yes I just read that too and found that :
I must make a course enrolment key and select group enrolment as yes, then just give the group enrolments to the students.
However if I just give the new users the group enrolment key, would they be enroled in that particular group automatically ? or do I have to add them in that group, when they finish registration ?
thanks for your help.
Yes, they are enrolled in the course and added to the group.
Thank you for your replies, worth the wait
Sorry, on summer break so in cattle ranching mode right now which means away from computer most of the day!