Hide inactive courses

General plugins (Local) ::: local_hide_inactive_courses
Maintained by Andrew Zito
[RETIRED] A plugin which automatically hides courses that have not been accessed for a configurable time period.

Hide inactive courses 1.1.2-36.0

Moodle 3.6
Released: Friday, April 19, 2019, 1:34 AM

Moodle Local Hide Inactive Courses

This plugin adds a scheduled task which automatically hides any courses which have not been accessed for a configurable time period. It also sends an email alert to any Teachers in a course when that course is auto-hidden.

Installation

Simply add the plugin to your Moodle install. Remember to enable the scheduled task to turn on plugin functionality.

Settings

You can configure the following aspects of the plugin: - The time limit for course inactivity, i.e., how long ago the last course access must have been for the course to count as inactive (default 1 year) - Whether or not to send email alerts to teachers in auto-hidden courses - The content of email alerts, including dynamic replacement flags (see default email content for example)

Details

  • The plugin only counts course accesses from users who are enrolled in the course
  • The cron task is set to run once every day by default
  • The time limit config represents a minimum 'time ago' value for course accesses. For example, with the default time limit of 1 year, a course will be considered inactive if the most recent course access is from a year ago or more; or to put it another way, if there are no course accesses within the last year.

Version information

Version build number
2018112636
Version release name
1.1.2-36.0
Maturity
Alpha
MD5 Sum
3ef8da5e5fd2f4000d704c2ab382f5a3
Supported software
Moodle 3.6
  • Latest release for Moodle 3.6

Version control information

Version control system (VCS)
GIT
VCS repository URL
VCS tag
v1.1.2-36.0

Default installation instructions for plugins of the type General plugins (Local)

  1. Make sure you have all the required versions.
  2. Download and unpack the module.
  3. Place the folder in the "local" subdirectory.
  4. Visit http://yoursite.com/admin to finish the installation.