General plugins (Local): User bulk enrolment

Maintained by Picture of Ulm UniversityUlm University, Picture of Alexander BiasAlexander Bias, Picture of Kathrin OsswaldKathrin Osswald
Moodle plugin which provides the possibility to bulk enrol a list of users who are identified by their e-mail adresses into a course.
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In some organizations or some teaching scenarios, manually enrolling students into a course may be the preferred way. However, enrolling one user at a time into a course can be daunting for teachers. On the other hand, teachers may not be allowed to use (or be able to understand) the Moodle core upload CSV functionality.

To ease the life of teachers, there is the need for a bulk enrolment tool. There are already plugins out there which provide this functionality, so this is just another one. The goal of this bulk enrolment implementation is not to fulfil everybody's needs, but to do one thing and to do this well.

So, the key features of this plugin are:

  1. to let teachers submit a line-separated list of email addresses to enrol them into a course,
  2. to let teachers submit this list to a textarea within their course instead of requiring them to create and upload a CSV file first.

Please see README file for details about the usage and features of this plugin.

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We appreciate your commendation and reviews for this plugin in the comments. For bug reports and support requests, please read the extensive information in the plugin's README file first and create, if needed, a ticket in the bug tracker which is linked below.

Thanks for your cooperation.


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Ulm University (Lead maintainer)
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Alexander Bias: Developer
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Kathrin Osswald: Developer
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