H5P content types

This plugin imports various H5P content types into Moodle question types

Registration

Teachers can create some examination dates. They define date, time, and place of the examination. Furthermore they define maximum number of students and maximum number of points. After the registration date, they define the points for each student. These can be printed with or without student names. Each student can register/unregister only himself/herself.

Poodll Recording

An audio/video recording question type for Moodle. It uses HTML5 audio and video recording on supported browsers, and falls back to flash and other technologies where required. It is also possible to provide responses to questions using the Poodll whiteboard feature. It requires the Poodll filter be installed. Recording from mobile devices is also supported.

File for Apogée

This is a grade export plugin which will complete a file extracted from the Apogée software and which can be re-uploaded in Apogée to store grades.

Bandeau

This is a theme which will display some possible recurrent actions in the course. They will be displayed as a banner in the course header block.

Stripe Payment with SCA and Coupon

Now avail the much-awaited coupon functionality while enrolling students in Moodle courses using a Stripe payment gateway for paid courses with Strong customer authentication (SCA). Stripe Receipt sent to customers for any successful transaction. This plugin will help the admins and webmasters to offer their students a percent-off or amount-off discount for the paid courses. This plugin helps admins and webmasters use Stripe as the payment gateway.

Point of view - Feedback

Did you ever want to know the feelings of students about your courses, exercises or other activities? Point of View is a reaction system with emojis representing feelings; students can vote and rate activities and hence share their experiences. It improves social networking and gamification in your courses with students and professors reactions. Point of view plugin allows to add customizable reaction buttons to moodle activities, display the number of users who reacted and the type of reaction or specify graphically difficulty levels for activities with color tracks. And it is fully customizable!

Exabis Competencies - Competence grids

This module can be used to work with digital competence grids within Moodle spanning over courses. This concept allows for - teachers to create digital competence grids in Moodle - teachers to work collaboratively, sharing tasks and materials in the pedagogical framework of a competence grid - individualization by assigning specific tasks to all or certain students - working with a weekly schedule using a drag&drop interface - using the free app DAKORA for both teachers and students to provide materials and upload solutions to Moodle - creating extensive competence profiles of students related to their level and achievements - comprehensive reporting of students’ achievements, competence levels and soft skills

Exabis E-Portfolio

Start ePortfolio work with Moodle – a compact block with everything needed to collect, select, reflect and share. Exabis ePortfolio establishes a learner driven way of contributing learning products during learning processes course independently. Key features are: - building up ePortfolios with an individual structure - linking ePortfolio-artefacts to competences - publishing of views with a selection of material - export to Europass for CVs - integration of OpenBadges - export to SCORM-format

Cloud Poodll Question - audio and video assessments

The Cloud Poodll audio video recording question allows students to record audio or video directly into Moodle quizzes. It has no dependencies and recordings are stored in the Poodll cloud. The teacher has a choice of audio and video recorders to use. It supports time limits.

Ally

Ally webservices plugin

Diary

Diary is based on a highly modified version of the Journal plugin. It allows a user to create a new entry each 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, but cannot start a new entry on a skipped day. When, Edit all, is disabled, the user can edit only the entry for the current 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.

Peer Work

The Peerwork plugin was designed to replicate functionality of WebPA in Moodle allowing a peer weighting to be applied to assignments. Using this plugin teachers still grade the assignment, but available marks are distributed between students based on peer ratings.

JSXGraph

JSXGraph is a cross-browser JavaScript library for interactive geometry, function plotting, charting, and data visualization in the web browser. This is a plugin for Moodle to enable function plotting and dynamic geometry constructions with JSXGraph within a Moodle platform. Using the JSXGraph filter makes it a lot easier to embed JSXGraph constructions into Moodle online documents, e.g. in contents like page, quiz, link,... .

BLC Modules

The BLC Modules block allows teachers to easily browse and insert Blended Learning Consortium SCORM packages into their course. You must be subscribed to the BLC repository in order for this plugin to function. More information can be found on http://blc-fe.org.

STACK

The STACK question type adds a sophisticated assessment in mathematics and related disciplines, with emphasis on formative assessment underpinned by computer algebra.

Moodle Proctoring

Moodle proctoring is a quizaccess plugin to capture the user's picture via webcam to identify who is attempting the Moodle Quiz. It will capture the picture automatically every 30 seconds and store it as a PNG image.

Cloud Poodll for Atto - audio and video recording

An audio and video recorder for Moodle. The recordings are stored in the cloud and can be automatically subtitled (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese or Italian). Administrators can choose from recorder skins, and use Moodle capabilities to control the display of icons. Cloud Poodll for Atto is not dependent on any other plugin. Cloud Poodll for Atto is not dependent on any other plugins.

Advanced Notifications

Allows for notifications to be easily managed and set to be displayed to users

Multi-Language Content (v2)

This filter is a greatly simplified multi-language filter. It uses very simple non-HTML tags to mark multi-language blocks. Namely {mlang XX} {mlang} pairs, where XX is the Moodle short name for the language pack (i.e., en, fr, eu, es, es_mx, etc.) It uses the same tags as the filter_multilangsecond plugin (to be compatible with it), but there is one difference between the two. This filter allows standalone {mlang} tags that don't require adjoining alternative language tags. This makes the filter more flexible at the cost of potentially producing empty sets of tags.

Link crawler robot

An admin tool robot crawler which scans your moodle for broken, large or slow links.

Panopto resource module

This is Panopto resource module plugin developed by Lancaster University to simplify using Panopto video recordings in Moodle courses. The plugin lets Moodle decide if user is allowed to access video resource and provides access to recording on demand. Plugin respects all Moodle resource availability features, such as group restriction or activity completion.