Custom Survey Creation
Moodle eMailTest allows administrators to test Moodle's email system. A trace of the SMTP dialogue will be displayed if the email message cannot be sent for any reason. The eMail Test for Moodle plugin does not store any personal data about any user.
A plugin that allows an attendance log to be kept. - includes an optional block for easy access to relevant functions.
Integrate BigBlueButton within Moodle - including record and playback of sessions.
The game activity module makes use of questions, quizzes and glossaries to create offer a variety of interactive games.
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.
The easiest way to add gamification to your Moodle site! Engage your students! Gamify their learning experience by allowing them to level up in their courses. #gamification #game
An Atto plugin which enables full screen editing mode
An appointment scheduler for planning face-to-face meetings between teachers and students. Teachers can set up time slots, and students can choose one of these on Moodle.
This report plugin allows Administrators to set up arbitrary database queries to act as ad-hoc reports. Reports can be of two types, either run on demand, or scheduled to run automatically. Other users with the right capability can go in and see a list of queries that they have access to. Results can be viewed on-screen or downloaded as CSV.
Ordering question type for Moodle 2.x and Moodle 3.x
This block works with the attendance module, it provides teachers with quick access to Attendance functionality, and provides students quick access to a summary report for their own attendance.
Poodll is a toolbox of features for Moodle, including audio and video recording, media players for the classroom and widgets such as tabs and stopwatches. The Poodll filter is a pre-requisite plugin for the Classic Poodll plugins.
Cloze question type with VERY simple question creation syntax. Can do drag drop, dropdowns or gapfill questions
This plugin provides approximate disk usage by Moodle courses.
Performs various tests to determine the quality of the Moodle platform
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, PostgreSQL, Oracle and MSSQL.
This is a block which works with the checklist module and displays progress bars for a single checklist.
Allows timed release of content and emails users to remind them to complete course activities.
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.
An interface that integrates with Moodles existing HTML editor (HTMLArea in 1.9 and TinyMCE in 2.x and 3.x) to support teachers in creating CLOZE (Embedded answers) questions in the GIFT syntax. It will also read and edit existing CLOZE items.
Generico is a simple filter for creating templates of code snippets and text that can be inserted into Moodle text areas.
A filter that will swap hyperlinks pointing towards supported websites with an embedded version using code retrieved from the site using the oEmbed protocol. An option for "Lazy" loading of some sites is also available.
Subcourse behaves as a graded activity. The grade for each student is automatically fetched from a final grade in another course. This allows course designers to organize the learning content into separate units.
Allows a short response of one or a few sentences that is graded by comparing against various model answers, which are described using the OU's pattern match syntax.
Restrict module and section access based on course completion.
An Atto editor plugin to help create embedded answer questions
The Poodll repository allows you to record audio or video directly, to draw pictures or take webcam "snaps."
The main difference from the standard Moodle multiple choice question type is in the way that grading works. When creating the question, the teacher just indicates which choices are correct. If there are n correct choices, then the student scores 1/n for each correct choice, and loses 1/n for each incorrect choice.
The Poodll Assignment Submission allows students to record audio or video, or draw/upload pictures as assignment submissions.