Perhaps someone will tell you whether to waste time ... whether the task is feasible.
I am engaged in online training of specialists in construction for certification. Now, Moodle 3.2 is used and landing for sales (https://podgotovka-att.by) - about 100 courses, but in the near future I would like to have 150. There is a need to automate some processes (automation of access, paid specialists, etc. ). But that is not the question ...
In preparation for each course uses only three elements: a Word document with a list of questions and two quizes. One for learning and consistent study of questions - about 500-1200 questions. The second is for trial testing with 40 random questions.
Questions are always changes, given some new, some is dead... I use Google spreadsheets for question bank, from there generate MoodleXML with a script - all XML ~ 2.2-2.6 MB.
Everything doesn’t give me peace of mind how to give users the opportunity to download this huge test for online or offline use in a mobile application while they are enrolled in a course ... studying documentation, if the task seemed unrealizable before, now there’s hope;) json, template, plugin for Moodle Mobile ... and also like everything on ajax))) something similar is implemented in this plugin - https://moodle.org/plugins/qbehaviour_deferredfeedbackexplain but not quite that.
Moodle 3.5.3 is already deployed, I transfer courses ... I am setting up syncing with WordPress ... I am amazed how smart the system works!
I love Moodle since version 1.9 and it always seemed that nothing was impossible for this system;)
Maybe someone will have some thoughts on this subject ... I will be grateful for any advice.
Sorry for the bad english.
At the moment, Moodle mobile app only works offline for quizzes using deferred feedback behaviour (and you can still only submit for grading when you are online).
It would be quite a lot of work to make immediate feedback work while offline, in the app, or elsewhere. Not impossible, but quite a lot of development. It might be easier to make something work if you only have to handle a few question types.
Hi, Tim! Thanks. The more complicated, the more interesting ;)
thanks ... get all feedbacks are not so easy ;)
I agree, this is'n the best method of education ... but peoples of 45 - 55 years old break away from work and write dictation of answers to these more than thousand questions in classroom in XXI - even worse ... as practice shows, quizes helps them a lot. I think mistakes are remembered at a subconscious level, when from exam results depends will you have work or not... and mistakes remembered much better than scored.