Moodle Exam Questions Exporter Plugin
Moodle Exam Questions Exporter Plugin is a plugin that allows exam bank and quiz questions to be exported from Moodle into a PDF or DOC files. Exported files can then be used to quickly review large numbers of questions (either online or in print), or to prepare paper tests (where the answers and feedback are hidden).
Moodle Exam Questions Exporter Plugin also supports importing questions from structured tables in Word directly into the Moodle question bank. The tables support all the question components (stem, answer options, option-specific and general feedback, hints, tags and question meta-data such as penalties grades and other options), as well as embedded images. All the main question types except Numerical and Calculated questions are fully supported. Numerical and Calculated questions are exported, but cannot be imported.
The Cloze question syntax is particularly useful, as it does not require any knowledge of the arcane Moodle syntax.
Exported questions are labelled in the language of the current Moodle user interface, and the spell-check language is also set to the correct language. Similarly, questions can be imported in the same language, not just English. Both left-to-right and right-to-left languages (such as Arabic and Hebrew) are supported.
Supporting Word Templates and Images
Word templates are supported and are available for Word 2007 and 2010 (Windows), and Word 2011 (MacOSX). The Windows templates also support a simple question preview facility, and a facility to upload questions from within Word.
All Moodle’s images extensions are supported and they will be imported automatically into the PDF/DOC file.
Moodle should be installed and running correctly either locally (PC/Laptop) or online.
Check that your Moodle installation supports XSLT, and ideally HTMLTidy too. Log in as Administrator, go to Site Administration -> Server -> PHP info, and view the PHP configuration. Look for the package details for ‘xsl’. If they are not present, then you will need to re-configure PHP and re-start the server.
To enable XSLT and HTMLTidy on a Windows Moodle server, open your PHP configuration file (e.g. d:\winmoodle2\server\php\php.ini) and uncomment the lines containing “extension=php_xsl.dll”. and “extension=php_tidy.dll” by removing the semi-colon before them, if present.
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