Custom Reporting Framework for Moodle LMS Based E-Learning
Keywords:Learning Management System, E-Learning, Analytics
This paper aims to provide moodle LMS based instructors with real-time insights into their learner data. The project involves requirements analysis, design, data integration, user testing, deployment and evaluation, considering factors such as ease of use, data accuracy, and scalability. The framework is integrated with Moodle’s data sources to ensure that the reports generated are accurate and up to date. The framework will be tested with a sample group of moodle users to ensure it meets their reporting needs and requirements. Upon successful testing, the framework will be deployed on the moodle platform for all instructors to access. The framework is maintained to ensure it continues to work correctly and meets the evolving needs of moodle instructors. The framework’s effectiveness is evaluated, and any necessary improvements are made based on feedback from moodle instructors. This paper aims to provide moodle instructors with real-time insights into their data, making it easier for them to make informed decisions and monitor the progress of their e-learning courses.
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