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etegration

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Hi all, i was wondering if there's any e-learning module that can be made to plug into Geeklog. It'll be something like the following:

1. A blank page/ form where teachers can type in question, as many as required.

2. It'll then be generate into a questionaire

3. Students can then log in (tying in Geeklog's authentication) see the relevant questionaire and answer them.

4. After answering, some proof of completion is send to the student's registered e-mail address, maybe the proof can be a summary of the answers the students has input.

5. The teacher can then log in anytime and review the answers, this will be done via a Analysis of some sort. The teacher can view by class/ level/ questions most often answered wrongly/ correctly etc.

Possible?
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Blaine

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Have you seen my glQuiz plugin here

That story includes a few images and link to try it out. It only supports multiple choice quizes right now.

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Quote by Blaine: Have you seen my glQuiz plugin here

That story includes a few images and link to try it out. It only supports multiple choice quizes right now.


Hi Blaine, another quality plugin from you! It ain't gonna be GPL-ed right? I see premium i think it's gonna be more of a commercial product?

i hope to see analysis tools too ifg possible. Wink
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All of my projects are GPL'ed. They have to be since they are integrated into Geeklog which is GPL. Any project that relies on another GPL project has to retain that license.

Everyone confuses GPL which offers the user freedom to modify (simplified) with free cost.

This plugin has been installed and in-use by several clients. Getting it ready for general release is a lot more work. Just need to find more time. It's not a full e-learning component but it certainly can be multi-purposed.
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