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    This defines the format of the rest of the file Required fieldnames these fields must be included in the first record and defined for each user username password firstname lastname email Default fieldnames these are optional if they are not included then the values are taken from the primary admin institution department city country lang auth timezone Optional fieldnames all of these are completely optional The course names are the shortnames of the courses if present then the user will be enrolled as students in those courses Group names must be associated to the corresponding courses i e group1 to course1 etc idnumber icq phone1 phone2 address url description mailformat maildisplay htmleditor autosubscribe course1 course2 course3 course4 course5 group1 group2 group3 group4 group5 type1 type2 type3 type4 type5 role1 role2 role3 role4 role5 emailstop Commas within the data should be encoded as 44 the script will automatically decode these back to commas For Boolean fields use 0 for false and 1 for true Types are used to tell Moodle whether the user is a student or a teacher if a corresponding course exists e g type2 corresponds to course2 1 Student 2 Editing Teacher and 3 Non editing Teacher If type is left blank or if no course is specified the user is default to student For courses use the short name for groups use group name for roles use id Note If a user is already registered in the Moodle user database this script will return the userid number database index for that user and will enrol the user as a student in any of the specified courses WITHOUT updating the other specified data Here is an example of a valid import file username password firstname lastname email lang idnumber maildisplay course1 group1 type1 jonest verysecret Tom Jones jonest

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    uploads 1 php flag session auto start 0 php flag session bug compat warn 0 You can also do things like define the maximum size for uploaded files LimitRequestBody 0 php value upload max filesize 2M php value post max size 2M The easiest thing to do is just copy the sample file from lib htaccess and edit it to suit your needs It contains further instructions For example in a Unix shell cp lib htaccess htaccess 4 2 Creating a database You need to create an empty database eg moodle in your database system along with a special user eg moodleuser that has access to that database and that database only You could use the root user if you wanted to for a test server but this is not recommended for a production system if hackers manage to discover the password then your whole database system would be at risk rather than just one database If you are using a webhost they will probably have a control panel web interface for you to create your database The Cpanel system is one of the most popular of these To create a database in Cpanel Click on the MySQL Databases icon Type moodle in the database field and click Add Database Type a username and password not one you use elsewhere in the respective fields and click Add User Now use the Add User to Database button to give this new user account ALL rights to the new database Note that the username and database names may be prefixed by your Cpanel account name When entering this information into the Moodle installer use the full names If you have access to Unix command lines then you can do the same sort of thing by typing commands Here are some example Unix command lines for MySQL mysql u root p CREATE DATABASE moodle GRANT SELECT INSERT UPDATE DELETE CREATE DROP INDEX ALTER ON moodle TO moodleuser localhost IDENTIFIED BY yourpassword quit mysqladmin p reload And some example command lines for PostgreSQL su postgres psql c create user moodleuser createdb template1 psql c create database moodle U moodleuser template1 psql c alter user moodleuser nocreatedb template1 4 3 Creating a data directory Moodle will also need some space on your server s hard disk to store uploaded files such as course documents and user pictures The Moodle installer tries hard to create this directory for you but if it fails then you will have to create a directory for this purpose manually For security it s best that this directory is NOT accessible directly via the web The easiest way to do this is to simply locate it OUTSIDE the web directory but if you must have it in the web directory then protect it by creating a file in the data directory called htaccess containing this line deny from all AllowOverride None To make sure that Moodle can save uploaded files in this directory check that the web server software eg Apache has permission to read write and execute in this directory On Unix machines this means setting the owner of the directory to be something like nobody or apache and then giving that user read write and execute permissions On Cpanel systems you can use the File Manager to find the folder click on it then choose Change Permissions On many shared hosting servers you will probably need to restrict all file access to your group to prevent other webhost customers from looking at or changing your files but provide full read write access to everyone else which will allow the web server to access your files Speak to your server administrator if you are having trouble setting this up securely In particular some sites that use a PHP feature known as Safe Mode may require the administrator to create this directory properly for you 5 Go to the admin page to continue configuration Once the basic config php has been correctly created in the previous step trying to access the front page of your site will take you the admin page for the rest of the configuration The first time you access this admin page you will be presented with a GPL shrinkwrap agreement with which you must agree before you can continue with the setup Now Moodle will start setting up your database and creating tables to store data Firstly the main database tables are created You should see a number of SQL statements followed by status messages in green or red that look like this CREATE TABLE course id int 10 unsigned NOT NULL auto increment category int 10 unsigned NOT NULL default 0 password varchar 50 NOT NULL default fullname varchar 254 NOT NULL default shortname varchar 15 NOT NULL default summary text NOT NULL format tinyint 4 NOT NULL default 1 teacher varchar 100 NOT NULL default Teacher startdate int 10 unsigned NOT NULL default 0 enddate int 10 unsigned NOT NULL default 0 timemodified int 10 unsigned NOT NULL default 0 PRIMARY KEY id ENGINE MyISAM SUCCESS and so on followed by Main databases set up successfully If you don t see these then there must have been some problem with the database or the configuration settings you defined in config php Check that PHP isn t in a restricted Safe Mode commercial web hosts sometimes have safe mode turned on You can check PHP variables by creating a little file containing php phpinfo and looking at it through a browser Check all these and try this page again Scroll down the very bottom of the page and press the Continue link You should now see a form where you can define more configuration variables for your installation such as the default language SMTP hosts and so on Don t worry too much about getting everything right just now you can always come back and edit these later on using the admin interface The defaults are designed to be useful and secure for most sites

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    method is that you can focus on the most difficult flashcards which remain in the first few groups The result is ideally a reduction in the amount of study time needed FLV Player Activity Module The FLV Player Activity Module is comprehensive wizard for deploying Flash video as activities in Moodle courses It allows users to set all of the parameters supported by Jeroen Wijering s FLV Player FLV Player Activity Module Developed by Matt Bury http matbury com FLV Player Developed By Jeroen Wijering http www longtailvideo com Help Files Index Forums This activity can be the most important it is here that most discussion takes place Forums can be structured in different ways and can include peer rating of each posting The postings can be viewed in a variety for formats and can include attachments By subscribing to a forum participants will receive copies of each new posting in their email A teacher can impose subscription on everyone if they want to Glossary This activity allows participants to create and maintain a list of definitions like a dictionary The entries can be searched or browsed in many different formats The glossary also allows teachers to export entries from one glossary to another the main one within the same course Finally it is possible to automatically create links to these entries from throughout the course Labels This is a not a true activity it is a dummy activity that allows you to insert text and graphics among the other activities on the course page Lesson A lesson delivers content in an interesting and flexible way It consists of a number of pages Each page normally ends with a question and a number of possible answers Depending on the student s choice of answer they either progress to the next page or are taken back to a previous page Navigation through the lesson can be straight forward or complex depending largely on the structure of the material being presented What is a Mobile Learning Object A Mobile Learning Object MLO is a special content created for the MLE mobile phone application for Moodle which can only be used on the mobile phone A Mobile Learning Object is stored on the local phone therefore you don t need a internet connection on the phone to use the Mobile Learning Object otherwise you would have to pay for the download of the content each time you use it You can add a great varaiety of content to a Mobile Learning Object formatted text with images audio and video Interactive questions are solved on the phone without a server connection Long text content eBook Mode and more A Mobile Learning Object is created with a graphical editor called MLE Editor To use this editor you need Java installed on your computer If you don t have Java please click here to get it for free Please accept all security warnings if one may appear otherwise you won t be able to use all

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    to these reports using the button visible on each persons s profile page Student access to their own reports is controlled by the teacher via a course setting For some courses these reports can be a useful tool for a student to reflect on their involvement and appearance within the online environment but for some courses this may not be necessary Another reason for turning it off is that the

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    to hide your course completely It will not appear on any course listings except to teachers of the course and administrators Even if students try to access the course URL directly they will not be allowed to enter Index of

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    several course categories For example Science Humanities Public Health etc Choose the one most applicable for your course This choice will affect where your course is displayed on the course listing and may make it easier for students to find

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    for the course or whether they obtain the message This course is not enrollable at the moment This setting has no effect on non interactive enrolment plugins e g External database enrolment Also users can always be assigned the role

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    Choose default interactive enrolment plugin used in this course Index of all help files ICE Cube 2016

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