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Then there is XML in the SCORM/IMS packages that Moodle can import and must be able to handle. These packages are educational content that has been marked up in a special way to be able to be used in compatible Learning Management Systems.
 
Then there is XML in the SCORM/IMS packages that Moodle can import and must be able to handle. These packages are educational content that has been marked up in a special way to be able to be used in compatible Learning Management Systems.
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The course backup and restore process also generates an XML file (inside the zip file) that contains all the information about the course.
  
 
==Where do I find documentation about Moodle XML?==
 
==Where do I find documentation about Moodle XML?==

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XML in general

Where do I find general information about XML?


Moodle XML

Is there only one kind of Moodle XML?

No, there are (at least) two different kinds of Moodle XML, one for importing/exporting glossaries and one for questions (quizzes), the latter being the one usually referred to as "Moodle XML".

Then there is XML in the SCORM/IMS packages that Moodle can import and must be able to handle. These packages are educational content that has been marked up in a special way to be able to be used in compatible Learning Management Systems.

The course backup and restore process also generates an XML file (inside the zip file) that contains all the information about the course.

Where do I find documentation about Moodle XML?

Tools

Are there tools for converting to and from Moodle XML?

A simple HTML file which converts TSV data to XML using JavaScript

How can I view and edit XML files?

Most browsers are able to render XML files. Some even let you view the source text and do some basic editing.


Further information

See also