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Following the [https://docs.moodle.org/en/Installing_contributed_modules_or_plugins Install contributed code docs]:
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Following the [https://docs.moodle.org/en/Installing_contributed_modules_or_plugins Installing contributed code documentation]:
 
* Copy the monitoraccesses/ folder into the folder admin/report
 
* Copy the monitoraccesses/ folder into the folder admin/report
 
* Logged as an admin user click 'Notifications' on the frontpage administration block
 
* Logged as an admin user click 'Notifications' on the frontpage administration block

Revision as of 22:04, 31 January 2011

Admin report to check which users are logged into moodle between defined time ranges.

It counts the time each selected user has passed connected to Moodle between the selected ranges, if the user didn't logout it considers the (login + session timeout) as logout time.

Features

Allows users (new capability defined report/monitoraccesses:view, available to admins by default) to monitor accesses of the selected users from the selected courses between the selected time ranges (until 3) and the selected days of the year.

  • Selection of courses and users
  • Filter by time and date/s and/or month/s

Installation

Following the Installing contributed code documentation:

  • Copy the monitoraccesses/ folder into the folder admin/report
  • Logged as an admin user click 'Notifications' on the frontpage administration block
  • Redefine the default capability if necessary

See also