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  1. Moodle QA
  2. MDLQA-1 Moodle QA testing
  3. MDLQA-14787

A teacher can import files from MoodleNet

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    • MoodleNet, Teacher
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    Description

      Setup

      • Enable MoodleNet integration setting (enablemoodlenet) in the Site administration > Advanced features.

      Backup file

      1. Go to MoodleNet and search for a Moodle backup file e.g. "Class and Conflict in World Cinema"
      2. Click in the "Send to Moodle" button and verify that you are asked for the Moodle instance to send the resource to.
      3. Enter the URL of your Moodle site eg. https://qa.moodledemo.net/
      4. If necessary log in to your Moodle site as a teacher. You will be presented with a confirmation dialogue. Click confirm.
      5. Check that the next screen shows the backup details. Scroll down and click "Continue".
      6. Check that you are on a screen to select a course to restore into. Pick a course and click "Continue".
      7. Scroll down to the bottom of the next screen and click "Next".
      8. Scroll down to the bottom of this settings page and click "Perform restore".
      9. Check that the there is a message showing that the course had been restored successfully. Click "Continue".
      10. Check that the course is restored correctly.

      PDF file

      1. Go back to MoodleNet and click the Browse button.
      2. Enter pdf into the search box, then from the search results choose a file to import into Moodle.
      3. There should be a menu (three periods in a row) with the option of "Send to Moodle". Click that.
      4. Check that you are asked for the Moodle instance to send the resource to. Enter the URL of your Moodle site.
      5. If necessary log in to your Moodle site as a teacher. You will be presented with a confirmation dialogue. Click confirm.
      6. Check that you are on a course selection screen.
      7. Click on a course.
      8. Confirm that you see a dialogue asking what format the file should be. Select "Create a file resource" and then click "Continue".
      9. Confirm that the file has been added to the very top section.

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