Pydamoo is a kind of abstraction layer between python and Moodle’s DB module. Basically, it should allow any Moodle DB to be represented as a python module, and vice versa. So that there is a very simple way to see the databases being produced in Moodle in Sugar. Though highly adaptable the first db we are creating with this is an activity database that contains the following columns: Activity Name || what is Activty X? || Where is Activity X available || What does it look like? Screenshots || My Activty X snapshots || teacher || school || Student(s)|| what did I learn/think about/enjoy/hate concerning activity X|| what other activities are like this one? || where can I find lesson plans for it?