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Moodle also uses a "database" concept for organizing questions, something that is different than other LMSs. From my own experience and seeing discussions here on Moodle.org from others, the biggest challenge when importing questions is to organize them to support your instructors, courses, and the school. This can take time, both learning what Moodle can do and then making it work for you. For example, if a group of, let's say, 100 questions are used in 20 courses, there is no need to import them 20 times (unless you want each instructor of each of the 20 courses to be able to independently edit and NOT SHARE their changes.)
Is there a way to import Question Banks for the many course Moodle quickly?
My incognito arises from the following need, for example, that after exporting the question bank of a course, I must import that question bank in another 20 courses, I know that the question bank can be imported in each of the courses but for this case it would be less than optimal, I have consulted if there is any way or plugin and I still cannot find any solution.
Thanks and I would add your help or any contribution.
I am attempting to import a course exported from Canvas in the IMSCC version 1.1 format. I tried renaming the file extension to .zip but still get the error: "The selected file is not a valid Moodle backup file and can't be restored."
I am running Moodle 3.8.9 with MariaDB Version 10.3.29 and PHP 7.2.26.
Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
File is available at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1revZTmzEiISjtqzP3VaXk2LPebzVcuo2/view?usp=sharing
had a search around and cannot seem to find the answer to this one.
We have a site that we have courses on, we have used the import/copy/backup function fine in the course administration block up until recently.
When we try to use these functions it just leads to a blank screen and the page doesn't load or do anything? Refreshing this page doesn't do anything, it just sits at a blank screen!
I have looked through the admin settings but nothing is jumping out at me.
Any help greatly appreciated
Currently using moodle 3.9.3
- For Word files you can save them as PDFs to preserve all the formatting and fonts and tend to be much smaller
- For PowerPoint slides it depends:
- if there are no animations, narrations or embedded multimedia you can save them as PDF.
- if there are animations, narrations or embedded multimedia, you can can export them as video.
Just my 2 cents.