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Community Wishlist Survey 2020/Wikiversity/PROGRESS REPORT Feature

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  • Problem: Need a Performance related Feature for both The Reader's & Author's.
  • Who would benefit: The Wikiversity users , course authors .all the learning community that Wikimedia Foundation project can support.it will certainly give a boost to fulfill Wikiversity & the wikimedias goal.
  • Proposed solution: To implement this features we can take a approach similar to moodle's ."Activity completion". MOODLE is in open licence.
  • More comments: It is obvious that it can be implemented for the reader's,cause Wikiversity already have many officialy completed 'resources' https://en.m.wikiversity.org/wiki/Category:Completed_resources

like this one Electric_Circuit_Analysis or this. Introduction_to_Computers

At first we should create a MOODLE style "layout".for the current "Learn by doing" courses. The current policy permit's it cause it isn't about 'conventional courses'.It's actually the current Wikiversity style learning only with a technical 'layout'.

Wiki course authors will have the options to choice 'Course formats' . admin will have privilege to limit 'course formats' when necessary .

After getting a 'layout' it should be easy to implement the 'progress report' features.


I think this is hardly applicable at this stage of Wikiversity when there is not a uniform method or platform for course creating. I wonder that this solution would also need some programming on the site of Wikiversity like creating course platform, which will have a stable format and which will allow developers to plug other features like progress report. Juandev (talk) 21:46, 10 November 2019 (UTC)[reply]

Thanks @Juandev:

, to raise this valid question . Actually that's the reason why I advised to implement a MOODLE style "layout" first . Then we will be 1 step closer to get a "uniform method or platform for course creating". Hope you got your answer .THANKS.--MASUM THE GREAT (talk) 09:44, 27 November 2019 (UTC)[reply]