Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 1.9. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version is available here: Book module.
The Book module makes it easy to create multi-page resources with a book-like format. It is contributed by Petr Škoda. This module can be used to build complete book-like websites inside of your Moodle course.
Previously created websites can be imported directly into the Book module. Books can be printed entirely or by chapter.
The book module allows you to have main chapters and sub chapters, but it goes no deeper. In other words, sub chapters cannot have their own sub chapters. This was an intentional decision by the creator of the book module. He intended this to be a simple resource for teachers and students.
Books and Moodle 2.0
The latest code is here: https://github.com/skodak/moodle-mod_book
Can I duplicate a book within a course?
Use the Sharing Cart. See Discussion:Duplicating a book within a course
Can I shift Books from one Moodle 2 server to another Moodle 2 server?
Not using the backup and restore. This is not written yet. (as of 19th February 2011)
It is possible to export as an IMS package and make a couple of tweaks and then import. https://docs.moodle.org/en/IMS_content_package
- Select the correct version of the "book.zip" module for your Moodle installation
- Unpack the zip file into the mod folder of your Moodle site
- Login to the Moodle site as administrator and
- In site administration block click on notifications
- Moodle will install the Book module.
- Add a book as an activity
- Book Module is a Modules and plugins database page for downloads and more information.
- Discussions: please create or find a discussion topic in the Book module forum
- Examples: The manuals at tokem.fi are a series of book modules. Each book is designed for a different level of Moodle user.
- Using Moodle Using a Lesson to simulate a Book forum discussion
- Procedure for setting up a Book pdf from Frances Hill