General and Other Views
General / "Moodle Wide" Component Views
This document applies to Joomdle Release 1.1.0
The views listed here provide access to "Moodle Wide" views that span across all Moodle courses rather than to a specific course or to the Logged in user.
The list of general / site wide component views is:
Shows a list of the Course Categories. For each one, the Category Name and a description will be shown with the Category Name linking to the specific Course Category for further information.
Course By Category
Shows a list of courses group by Categories. For each course, name and description are shown.
Shows a list of all Moodle Courses. For each one, the Course Name and a description will be shown with the Course Name linking to the specific Course for further details.
When setting up the menu item, under the Parameters (Basic), you can choose to show all courses or only those open for enrollment.
You can decide the order to use for the course list: moodle sortorder, alphabetically, creation time.
You can also decide wether to show or hide course descriptions.
Shows a list of all Moodle Courses with names starting with the configured chars.
Shows a list of all Moodle Teachers with surnames starting with the configured chars.
Shows a teacher profile. Info displayed will depend on Joomdle's specific configurations regarding additional data source. Shows list of courses in which the user is a teacher.
Shows Moodle's General Statistics. The information provided includes:
- Number of courses published in Moodle. Hidden / unpublished courses are not included in this statistic.
- Number of courses open for enrollment.
- The number of students.
- The number of submitted assignments for the week.
- The number of visitors Last week.
- Unique users in the previous week.
In addition to the above statistics, a list of courses is displayed allowing the user to link to a specific course for further information.
This view shows Moodle inside an iframe. This is used internally by Moodle to show Moodle contents, if configured to do so.
You can also create menu items pointing to it, with some configuration options:
- Moodle home
- Moodle course
- Edit Moodle profile
- Course (if Moodle course selected above)