Converter from latex to edX XML format course content files.
Python script to convert moodle course content to edX
This script takes a moodle backup file (.mbz) as input, and produces as output an edX course in XML format (http://data.edx.org).
moodle2edx handles conversion of the following moodle activities:
Static content is also converted. Relative links also mostly work.
pip install -e git+https://github.com/mitocw/moodle2edx.git#egg=moodle2edx
Usage: moodle2edx [options] [moodle_backup.mbz | moodle_backup_dir]
|--version||show program’s version number and exit|
|-h, --help||show this help message and exit|
|clean up html to be proper xhtml|
|-v, --verbose||verbose error messages|
|-d OUTPUT_DIR, --output-directory=OUTPUT_DIR|
|Directory name for output course XML files|
|-o ORG, --org=ORG|
|organization to use in edX course XML|
|-s SEMESTER, --semester=SEMESTER|
|semester to use for edX course (no spaces)|
As can be seen from these examples, moodle2edx provides a functional way to get pages from moodle into edX. The locations of the content are sub-ideal, but provide a working starting point for editing using edX Studio. Translation of moodle assessments into edX problems is mostly incomplete.
The sample moodle backup file used for testing (testdat/intro_to_stats.mbz) is from http://moodleshare.org/course/view.php?id=213