Enrolment: Enrolment upon approval

enrol_apply
Maintained by Yes, that's me Flotter Totte, Picture of emeneo Plugins emeneo Plugins
The enrolment plugin "enrol on approval" adds an approval step into the course enrolment process. Users will be informed by mail as soon as their course application has been approved/ rejected.
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Warning: if you upgrade from an earlier version to 3.5-e you will need to re-set your e-mail notification settings. Also earlier - currently unpublished versions of 3..5 are affected. For more details please see: https://github.com/emeneo/moodle-enrol_apply/issues/89

Enrolment process:

The enrolment plugin "enrol on approval" makes the following enrolment process possible:

  1. User applies for course enrollment
  2. In case required, user fills in standard/additional user profields
  3. Admin approves enrollment application (or cancels it)
  4. User gets informed about admin's action by e-mail
  5. After admin has approved, user is enroled to the course.

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Credits:

  • Abhishek Goel (Course specific approval list, Security issue, additional placeholders)
  • Arnaud Trouvé (Allow to tweak role manually; Prevent to unenrol a user with a pending application; Set timestart on enrolment confirmation; allow to automatically unenrol users  based on an enrolment duration; user with `enrol/apply:manage` capability can change an enrolment status, starttime and endtime)
  • Carlos Shirasawa (Shiro)  (bug fixes)
  • Daniel Neis (bug fix for 3.0)
  • emeneo (several features, bug fixes and maintenance work)
  • Derek Nugent/Region10 (User profile fields on enrollment screen)
  • Dimitri Vorona (bug fix for 3.0)
  • Erik Nell (German lang correction)
  • eWallah (bug fix)
  • Gilles-Philippe Leblanc (bug fix)
  • Jarosław Maciejewski (bug fix for 3.0)
  • Johannes Burk (Several bug fixes)
  • Jordi Fontesca (Bug fixes, improved enrolment form, imroved notifications for teachers and managers (global role))
  • Konstantin/ CMD (Max users information on enrol screen)
  • Lainme (Chinese version, mail bug fix)
  • Matteo Rigoni (Italian lang file, Unenrolself feature)
  • Michael Milette (APPLY-FixMultilanguage)
  • Mitsuhiro Yoshida (Japanese version)
  • Rebecca Schmitt (German version)
  • relecand (bug fix)
  • Raphaël Snts (version fix)
  • Roger Costa Oliveira (Portuguese/Brazil (PT_BR) version)
  • Scott Karren (American English lang file, EN lang file improvements)
  • Stefan Zahradnik, HS Nordhausen (Save & access submitted data during enrollment)
  • Vicente Jiménez Aguilar (Spanish version)
  • Village of Palatine (Info capture field and notification to teachers

Donations:

  • Catherine Behan
  • Fiona Dhrimaj


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Contributors

Yes, that's me
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  • Picture of Francis Vendrell
    Wed, Sep 27, 2017, 4:53 PM
    I would like to make a donation but on the page https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/enrollment-upon-approval-for-moodle-3-2-3-3-3-4/x/17418734#/backers
    it says that the project is closed ???
  • Yes, that's me
    Sun, Oct 22, 2017, 3:13 PM
    Hi Francis,

    The page you mentioned was a try to use crowdfunding to finance some specific development that happened in the past (and is closed already some time ago).

    The plugin project is alive though, no worries. And you still can contribute.
    Thank you very much! If you want to make a donation you can buy us some coffee: https://moodle.org/user/profile.php?id=221571
    If you want to contribute some money for further development related to the plugin, please open a ticket here: www.emeneo.com/support

    Looking forward to hear from
    Flotter
  • Picture of Alexandre Bento Martins
    Thu, Feb 8, 2018, 2:24 AM
    Any upgrade to MOODLE 3.4 ?
  • Yes, that's me
    Thu, Feb 8, 2018, 1:01 PM
    @Alexandre Bento Martins: Did you test it and find problems?
    --> https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=189334#p1462341
    If you do not have time to support testing but need the 3.4 version urgently, please send a ticket for a paid request:
    --> www.emeneo.com/support
    Thanks
  • Picture of Steve Pollock
    Wed, Aug 1, 2018, 8:57 AM
    Hello Moodle Enthusiasts,

    I installed this on Moodle 3.3.5 and it causes moodle to hang when a user clicks the "Enroll Me" button. When it hangs, it appears to affect the entire system (other moodle users may hang as well) Any ideas what's up?

    Although a severe issue, it appears to otherwise work : sends the email, and allows for enrollment/cancellation etc.

    I would really like to have this functionality if I can figure out what it's doing.

  • Picture of Ilva P.
    Wed, Sep 19, 2018, 11:06 PM
    Hello, this looks very helpful plugin, thanks!
    Is there possible to change approval role? Like i would like to mentor approve his students to courses?
  • Yes, that's me
    Thu, Sep 20, 2018, 11:26 AM
    @Ilva P.: Do you mean the role which is assigned in the course to the approved user or do you mean the role which is able to approve users to a course? Both is possible and explained in the handbook; http://www.emeneoplugins.chocolatelms.com/course/index.php?categoryid=5
  • Picture of Stefan Zahradnik
    Thu, Oct 18, 2018, 4:47 PM
    I would like to use the plugin to allow students to enroll in scholarly work. A student wishing to write a paper requests enrollment in a course. In the comment field, he enters the topic of the paper. After submitting, the examiner receives his notification e-mail and can decide whether to accept or reject the enrollment with this topic of the paper. That works so far. However, after accepting the enrollment application in Moodle, the examiner can now no longer read the topic of the paper. In other words, what has been entered in the "comment" field can now nowhere be read in Moodle. Here it would be nice if the plugin could be extended so that the information in "comment" is permanently stored, for example in students' course-related notes.
    Or have I just overlooked where the "comment" after accepting the enrollment can still be read?
  • Picture of Dinis Medeiros
    Thu, Jan 10, 2019, 8:37 PM
    PT-PT translation: DONE
  • Picture of Dinis Medeiros
    Fri, Jan 11, 2019, 7:06 AM
    Error after a user click in "Enrol me"

    Notice: Undefined property: stdClass::$lang in /home/pm1yedpj/public_html/moodle/enrol/apply/renderer.php on line 108
    Skip to main content
    This page should automatically redirect. If nothing is happening please use the continue link below.
    (Continue)
    Error output, so disabling automatic redirect.
  • Picture of Abdul Basit
    Tue, Jan 15, 2019, 12:34 PM
    when this plugin will be available for moodle 3.6? Please update thx
  • James Rivers
    Mon, Jan 21, 2019, 6:40 PM
    Can this be used with Moodle Vers 3.6.1?
  • Picture of Robert Brenstein
    Thu, Jan 24, 2019, 1:10 AM
    Is the only documentation for this plugin in the Emeneo Plugin World? It seems that I have to pay $25 to look at it there.
  • Yes, that's me
    Thu, Jan 24, 2019, 4:54 PM
    Hi Denis, Thank you very much for the translation! Regarding the bug: what did you do before that happened? We have recently updated the plugin. Does the bug still persist?
  • Picture of Robert Brenstein
    Fri, Mar 22, 2019, 1:56 AM
    Is there a plan to make this plugin multilang-compatible? I refer to messages sent in response to request to enroll. There is only a single input field and it does not handle multilang format. Some plugins have mail templates as part of language files, eliminating this issue altogether (they can be edited in the local language files).
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