Course format plugins allow different layouts and structures for course activities.
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Course formats: Collapsed Topics
An interchangeable topic or week based format that solves the issue of the 'Scroll of Death' when a course has many topics.
Course formats: Onetopic format
Format to course that allows showing each topic in a tab, keeping the current tab between calls to resources, in such a way that when it returns from a module as the blog or the glossary it returns to tab from where you started. This format is based on the Moodle standard format: “Topics”. It accepts edition by AJAX.
Course formats: Flexpage format
Moodlerooms is proud to release Flexpage, a course format that provides a teacher with complete control over how educational materials and assessments are presented to a student. Flexpage allows a teacher to create a flexible set of pages and sub pages where blocks and activities can be placed in any location on the page instead of being restricted to a right, left or center column. Flexpage courses provide teachers with the ability to determine how many columns of data are contained within a course (up to three-columns). This allows teachers to have complete control over how they want to present course materials and assessments to students.
Course formats: GPS Format
The course format „GPS Format“ allows e-learning content to be displayed according to the geo coordinates of the learner. This enables location-based mobile learning.
Course formats: Masonry Topics format
This course format displays all sections like a masonry build brick wall. Every section can have a different background and is dynamically placed into a fluent style page.
Course formats: eTask
The module is based on the topics course format. It includes grading table of assignments on the top of course. You can set grade to pass. Cells of the table are colored by status: submitted (orange), passed (green) and failed (red). After clicking on a table cell appears grading page of the student.
Course formats: Grid Format
A modular and visual course format. Hides all topics and creates a grid of icons (one for each topic) with short titles. Clicking on an icon brings up the content from the corresponding topic.
Course formats: Folder View format
The Folder View course format displays activities and resources within a folder that is expandable or collapsible. This course format can display all folders on a page or a single folder at a time with previous and next topic navigations or a jump-to menu, which each allow the student to easily navigate between folders. Editing functionality is consolidated for the course into an area at the top of the page. This course format mimics many of the features of ANGEL folders, making previous ANGEL users feel more at home within a Moodle environment. The plugin was also developed with an eye towards consolidating the editing functionality in Moodle's Topics and Weeks course formats.
Course formats: Topics format (colours)
This course format, based on the 'Topics' standard format, allows a teacher to specify the foreground and background colours for each course section.