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Learning activities in courses
Different types of assignments
Plugins for the database activity module
Workshop has a number of plugin types
Ways to extend quizzes
New reports for SCORM
The book activity that is in core. It can have sub-plugins.
Integration with external tools via IMS Learning Tool Interoperability standard.
Useful tools to add to courses or home pages
Change the look and feel of your site or course
Course formats (26)
Change the structure/layout of course pages
Filters can process and change text
There are several ways to extend the gradebook
General plugins (Local) (106)
General plugins go into the /local directory and do not fit into any particular category.
Allow to restrict an activity or section so that only certain users can access it.
Redirect messages to other places
Connect to repositories of files
Export user content to other systems
Connect to different plagiarism services
Beyond REST, SOAP, AMF and XML-RPC ...
Various types of calendar systems
Search engines (0)
Search engine backends to index Moodle's contents.
Data formats (1)
Formats for data exporting and downloading
Antivirus scanner plugins provide virus scanning functionality using third-party virus scanning tools.
MNet services (0)
Allows to implement remote services for the MNet environment.
Useful code that does conform to any standard plugin type
Various software that is not implemented as a Moodle plugin yet may provide useful functionality related to Moodle.
Moodle plugins that require specific environment, extra attention during the installation, or custom core patches applied to make them work.
Moodle plugins that do not yet meet all the different standards and criteria to be listed in the matching plugins category.
The module provides very simple yet useful functionality. When added into a course, it behaves as a graded activity. The grade for each student is took from a final grade in another course. This allows course designers to organize the learning content into separate units.
Latest release: Wednesday, December 2, 2015, 11:52 PM