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11th March 2008, 09:17 PM #1
Moodle share uploaded content between courses
I've recently purchased some Boardworks SCORM packages**. I have uploaded them as a SCORM resource into a new course that I created. (minor hack to overcome file sizes).
Each lesson has its own moodle course (imported from sims), so there are several KS3 ICT courses, but I don't want several copies of the SCORM on the server so how do I share the resource across courses so that teachers can use it without having to re-upload the file. I'm testing on 1.9.
** - they could have done a really good job here, but unfortunately the usual ppt files in a zip/xml wrapper, but it was only £20 per course.
11th March 2008, 10:02 PM #2
I think I can answer my own question already.
It seems a common problem in moodle, and is due to be fixed in 2.0 using external repositories. http://tracker.moodle.org/browse/MDL-9134
Probably I will try and cope with links unless anyone has a better workaround.
11th March 2008, 10:22 PM #3
there is a site files folder too, but i'mthinking out loud, not sure if that would work for you.
11th March 2008, 11:41 PM #4
According the tracker entry linked to above files in this folder can be accessed by anyone so I suppose it could work as a temporary fix.
Originally Posted by strawberry
11th March 2008, 11:47 PM #5
Yes, you can put things in site files and it will be accessible by any course. Also, if you have access to the underlying system and it's a *nix machine, you can use symbolic links to fool moodle into thinking a file is in the courses file area when it is not.
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