Hi, I'm studying psych 101 and I thought of the most genius studying aid..
An app that takes user submitted questions and answers (multiple choice questions in particular) and tests you..randomizing the choices each run.
Someone told me to check Moodle, I'm planning to run it from my PC - this is just for myself as I've said..
The thing is, it doesn't appear in the default repository, if it exists in older repos, can I add them to my repo list and install Moodle that way?..
When I download Moodle 2.7.1 from the official page and view the gzip, there are all these files..which I have no idea what to do with.
Is there a place for a newbie to use Moodle?
I think you may have to follow the instructions...
EDIT: it is available in Debian Unstable; if you want to use this you will have to run a Debian Unstable system (go from stable > testing > unstable, don't jump straight to unstable)...
This isn't really a newbie option though, an Unstable system will require more management than Waldorf/Wheezy
Last edited by Head_on_a_Stick (2014-08-04 08:40:11)
If you have a Google account, use Google Forms. I know they are evil, but it's a simple solution for occasional use. If all you need is a poll and some simple analysis, Moodle is a sledgehammer for splatting a mosquito. Put up a Moodle server, if you are planning to put up online courses of your own.