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How to create Glossary in Moodle XML Converter

A simple way to create glossary using Moodle XML converter.

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How to create Glossary in Moodle XML Converter

  1. 1. HOW TO CREATE A GLOSSARY IN MOODLE XML CONVERTER<br /> Converter supports different variants of input entries: <br /><ul><li>From Excel
  2. 2. Text File with various options </li></ul>NEW TYPE<br />Term1 <br />Definition1<br />Term2<br /> definition2<br />Term1-> (Tab) definition1<br />Term2-> (Tab) definition2<br />Term1 – definition1<br />Term2 – definition2<br />Term1: definition1<br />Term2: definition2<br />Moodle.heroku.com<br />
  3. 3. Moodle XML converter<br />STEP-BY-STEP<br />Moodle.heroku.com<br />
  4. 4. AGAIN<br />Don’t forget to<br />Change Parser Type: Use Concept TAB Def – for Excel format, <br />2 lines – 1st concept, 2nddefinition - for list of entries without empty lines, e.g.<br />A<br />First letter <br />B<br />Second letter<br />Select Glossary display format <br />Moodle.heroku.com<br />
  5. 5. OUTPUT<br />You will see error messages if something is wrong with your input or parser options was not properly set <br />Moodle.heroku.com<br />
  6. 6. Import XML to Moodle<br />Click Download XML and save your file<br />Go to your Moodle – Course – Glossary – Import entries<br />If you have categories set option “Import categories” checked<br />Upload your xml file<br />Enjoy!<br />Moodle.heroku.com<br />

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