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  • About Dash

    • Customize your Moodle site to your needs, entirely without time consuming and expensive bespoke development. Using the powerful Dash block, you can completely change the layout, content and style of pages like the front page or the dashboard. At the heart of the Dash framework is a powerful query builder. Dash makes data available from various data sources, such as courses, users, completions, site logs and more. This data is then displayed using layouts such as grid, slider, masonry or tables and comes with many powerful customisation options like filters, conditions and full control over the fields displayed. Additional dashboards can be setup to cater for the specific needs of your target groups and/or roles. This gives you the ability to adjust the layout and structure of your Moodle site to what makes sense for your particular use case.

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  • About Skills

    • The Skills plugin allows organizations to define, integrate, and visualize individual skill levels of their learners. It is crafted to enhance the learning experience by providing a tangible representation of skills acquisition, catering to a wide array of learning environments and educational needs. Skills is the right choice for you if just tracking completion and awarding badges is not enough, but you don’t want to deal with Moodle’s competency system.

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  • About Skill progress widget

    • This widget displays data created with our Skills plugin and is an essential tool for both gamification enthusiasts and skill assessors alike.

      Track competency development by examining overall progress in a selected skill, including the current level and points earned in a captivating visual display. With customizable options to showcase donut progress, current skill levels, and next-level points, administrators can tailor the widget to meet specific needs. Whether it’s focusing on selected skills, personal skill sets, or course-related skills, our widget offers great flexibility. In addition, administrators have the option to hide completed skills in order to focus on upcoming skills.