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Blocks: FN - My Progress

block_fn_myprogress
Maintained by Picture of Fernando Oliveira Fernando Oliveira
The Progress Report block provides STUDENTS with an overview of their progress in regards to activities in a given course.

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This plugin is part of set MoodleFN. Plugins from the set work the best when installed together.

The Progress Report block provides STUDENTS with an overview of their progress in regards to activities in a given course. This block is not shown to teachers. Each line in the block also acts as a link, which provides students with a list of the relevant activities (example: when a student clicks on X Incomplete activities, his/her incomplete activates will get listed).

Note 1: This block relies on the Activity Completion feature that was released as part of Moodle 2.0 (more information about this feature can be found at http://docs.moodle.org/20/en/Activity_completion). Activities that do not have the “completion tracking” turned on will not be included in this block.


Note 2: If an activity has a “Require Grade” condition in the Activity Completion setting, then that activity will show as “complete” when it receives any grade.

Note 3: The My Progress block is meant to work with the Tabs Course Format, which can be found here: https://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=format_fntabs

Please see this PDF for more information: http://moodlefn.com/docs/MoodleFN_My_Progress.pdf

 

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Fernando Oliveira (Lead maintainer)
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  • Capt. Moodle
    Wed, Sep 18, 2013, 9:12 AM
    Fernando - Many thanks for sharing yet another addon with the Moodle community. I have created a MoodleFN set - https://moodle.org/plugins/browse.php?list=set&id=45 - for the MoodleFN addons you have shared. That way folks can see all of them together. I made the short description describe more directly what this addon does and moved the note about it being designed to work with a course format (suggested but not required and thus not a dependency) to the notes section. I also added the http protocol to the URLs so that they are now functional. For the tracker it looks like you prefer to have folks comment on your website. If at some point you want to switch to something like Github's issue tracker or to use the Moodle Tracker for tracking issues just let me know. I've reviewed and tested the plugin and it seems to function as expected. Peace - Anthony
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