During a recent course, I was asked if it was possible to move forum discussions between courses. On this person’s Moodle site, course content was contained in one course while there was actually a separate course specifically designed for discussion around that topic. This scenario had arisen[...]
Many of our clients ask us for ways to make courses a bit less like Moodle courses and more like websites. This can be for various reasons, quite often to help mobile learners access course items more easily.
We have recently been approached by a client to give one of their most popular courses the ability that, when backups of it are restored, all the content can be edited in a single course and those changes are then cascaded to other courses in the site. Initially we did consider using[...]