Blocks ::: block_sharing_cart
Maintained by Don Hinkelman, Tue Korsgaard
**New March 13: Sharing Cart 3.9, release 3. Tested OK in Moodle 3.10** This adds more support for 3.9 and improved section copy. The Sharing Cart is a block that enables sharing of Moodle content (resources, activities) between multiple courses on your site. Sharing Cart 3.0 was submitted to Remote Learner for independent vetting and passed May 2016. Includes new interface programmed by Praxis of Denmark, in addition to 'Section Copy' feature and Postgres compatibility (co-funded by Ulm University, Germany and Sapporo Gakuin University, Japan).
News from Global MoodleMoot Barcelona 2019: Praxis of Copenhagen is now a co-maintainer of the Sharing Cart. Thank you, Tue Korsgaard and the Praxis team for your collaboration. Also, thanks to Alex Bias and Kathrin Oswald of Ulm University for advice and support. The Sharing Cart is a block for duplicating course items into a personal library and an easy way to move those Moodle resources and activities between multiple courses on your site. With just three clicks, the Sharing Cart copies and moves a single course item from one course to another. It copies without user data--similar to the "Import” function in Course Administration. From version 2.3, user content in Forums, Wikis, Glossaries and Databases can optionally be included. In addition, items can be collected and saved on the Sharing Cart indefinitely, serving as a library of frequently used course items available for duplication. The Sharing Cart is viewable only by teachers, course creators and administrators. Tested on Moodle 3.3-3.8. Testing now in Moodle 3.9 and 3.10-- please report bugs to github. If you have an earlier version of Moodle, please download an earlier version of Sharing Cart that matches your site from this moodle.org plugins database. Note, the github host has been moved to donhinkelman. We appreciate if you can report your requests and issues there.
Don Hinkelman (Lead maintainer)
Tue Korsgaard: Maintainer
VERSION2 INC: Original Programming Team
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