Block Game - An option to apply gamification to the Moodle platform. The purpose of the plugin is to apply gamification techniques to the moodle platform in a simple and uncomplicated way.
This plugin synchronizes Moodle cohorts against an LDAP directory using either group memberships or attribute values.
This module allows students to enrol themselves in a group within a course. The teacher can select which groups students can chose from and the maximum number of students allowed in each group.
The Pop up activities course format displays resources and simple activities embedded in modals instead of redirecting from the course page.
Report listing Moodle upgrade history for your site.
Alipay payment gateway for Moodle.
Course Life Cycle is a moodle plugin, which has the purpose to help you with the execution of reoccurring tasks on your moodle platform. Possible use cases are (not limited to): Deleting courses at end of life (including asking teachers for permission). Doing a rollover at the end of a semester. Automatically setting an end date for courses.
A non-linear, non-chronological discussion forum. Similar to the forum activity, but focuses on straightforward question-and-answer discussions. Additionally, users rate posts and gain a rating score ("reputation") by being rated by other users. Users who have started a discussion can mark an answer as helpful; and teachers can mark a post as a (correct) solution to the posed question.
This plugin adds a resource module. Teachers can use it to communicate groups and group co-members to participants.
Vitero Activity Plugin for Moodle 2.2+. This plugin provides integration between Moodle and a Vitero (Virtual Team Room) server. A Moodle site is linked to a single Vitero account.
The enrolment plugin "enrol on approval" adds an approval step into the course enrolment process. Users will be informed by mail as soon as their course application has been approved/ rejected.
This plugin is based on the great tool adminer. The main advantage of this plugin is, it can handle different types of database. So it works with MySQL/MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Oracle and MSSQL.
Diary is based on a highly modified version of the Journal plugin. It allows a user to create one or more entries for almost any day. Each entry can be individually rated, with results being shown based on the selected aggregate type of rating. If the, Edit all, setting is enabled, the user can edit any entry. When, Edit all, is disabled, the user can edit only the entry for the current day. If the, Edit entry dates, setting is enabled, the user can create one or more entries for almost any date. If it is disabled, the user can create only one entry on a new calendar day. Weekly course format can use the, Days available, setting to control entry edit access. Open time and Close time, can be used for other course formats, to control entry edit access. When a Diary is closed but accessed by the user, it will automatically display all entries made by the user, along with the rating as well as the date and time the activity was closed for editing. A teacher can still rate and provide feedback to entries when a Diary is closed for editing. Diary now includes new tool buttons on the report page for, Sort ascending, and, Sort descending, as well as the diary name and sort order label.
This course format displays all sections like a masonry build brick wall. Every section can have a different background and is dynamically placed into a fluent style page.
Import the contents of a Microsoft Word file (in '.docx' format) into a glossary, splitting it into terms based on the heading styles. The file can be from either Microsoft Word or LibreOffice. Also supports exporting glossaries to Word format, for round-trip editing.
Face-to-face quiz with all students answering the questions at the same time.
This is a grade export plugin which will create an Excel spreadsheet containing all the checkmarks from a single checklist.
This is a block which works with the checklist module and displays progress bars for a single checklist.
A checklist can be created by a teacher (or generated from the activities in a course) and then the students or teachers can check-off each item as they are completed.
Displays current lesson objectives in the side-bar
Add customisable navigation buttons (next/prev/etc.) to the bottom of each activity page (Moodle 1.9/2.0+)
Rounded theme advantages are simplicity and clarity. It provides you great freedom to change the look and feel of your Moodle site. It is part of a corporate user experience package which ensures that the Moodle portal can be provided with a much more user-friendly interface to meet enterprise expectations, and features that make the interface much more customizable for a company.
Designed based on educators’ feedback, Unicheck is a plagiarism detection engine helping educators spot plagiarism. To start using the app, please register at https://unicheck.com or get in touch with the sales team at email@example.com. It takes a few minutes to set-up your account and get the ball rolling. This plugin integrates with assignment, forum and workshop activities in Moodle to check user-submitted content for plagiarism.
The report shows historical information using graphs about your Moodle installation.
This block lists any courses you have in common (i.e. you are both enrolled in) with the user whose profile you are viewing.
This plugin offers a new form element for moodle forms. The form element is a file upload field, which uploads one file as multiple small chunks. While uploading the form element shows a progress bar to the user.
This tool provides API functions as well as general settings for the different opencast tools (e.g. block_opencast, filter_opencast, repository_opencast) and is required by them. The tool stores the relation between courses and series ids and offers webservice endpoints for the opencast role provider.