Many thanks to Jamie Pratt! A demo of the Test Module Moodle for Mobiles (keitais / iMoodle?) is read for your your perusal.
Please try out the new Mobile / Keitai Test module, ideally from your Keitai at
you can either apply for a username and password, or you can use one of the preprepared test passwords tomx where x is a number between 1 and 31 (your birthday perhaps).
The moodle for mobile phones addon allows cookie-less login to Moodle!
The teacher can specify those quizes that are to be open to keitai's.
Moodle for mobiles automatically senses whether the browsers is a mobile (keitai) or not and serves content appropriately.
When the user is using a mobile (keitai) then content is reduced to a minimum and displayed using CHTML.
The breadcrumbs are at the bottom of the page for nagivation.
Multiple Choice and Matching Questions are supported at the moment. (Please fund some more! and some more modules.)
As I mention above, most Japanese students are more familiar with their phones than with their computers, and spend a lot more time online using their phones than using their computers. Making your tests available by mobile phone will make them much more convenient for students who will respond by taking the quizes more seriously.
Please test the above site from as many different types of mobile phone as possible. When we are sure that the module is generallly compatable it will become available for open release.