We have quite a few courses in Moodle that we would like to move to eLearning (Jenzabar). We have created cartridges in Moodle, but they won't import into eLearning. Anyone with any experience doing this - tips?
I don't know what "eLearning (Jenzabar)" is. It might help to explain (link?)
eLearning is a learning management system created by Jenzabar -
Ok... do they advertise/claim that you can "import" Moodle courses?
This sounds more like a Jenzabar issue than a Moodle one.
Both systems are cartridge based, so it is suggested that importing from another cartridge-based system to Jenzabar is possible. While this is primarily a Jenzabar issue, I was hoping someone using Moodle currently might have encountered this issue and could offer insight.
Take Advantage of Interoperability
Jenzabar eLearning offers the most advanced open environment available for incorporating digital learning objects into your courses from a variety of sources. Certified by the IMS
Global Learning Consortium for IMS Basic Learning Tools Interoperability v 1.1 and IMS Common Cartridge v 1.1, Jenzabar eLearning lets you seamlessly integrate a wide
array of external components into your own content. Import tools allow you to quickly and easily provide packaged content across multiple classroom sites. Open standard certifications ensure you enjoy the benefits of the most advanced data sharing LMS available.
** And with IMS conversion tools, migration from your existing LMS to Jenzabar eLearning is simple. **
Maybe you need to ask them if they have "IMS conversion tools" that you could download or they would recommend for such purposes.
+ Import course content via IMS or CommonCartridge format.
+ Plug in any LTI1.1 compliant learning tool,including outcomes
for passing a grade directly to an assignment.
What version of Moodle do you have?
'spirit of sharing', Ken