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.
This question type (for the Moodle quiz module) aims at a more advanced system of student's response analysis, through the use of regular expresssions. This question type is an extension of the SHORTANSWER type. It can be used on its own and can also be incorporated into the existing Cloze (embedded) question type.
Zoom is a video and web conferencing platform that gives authorized users the ability to host online meetings and webinars.
A plugin that allows an attendance log to be kept. - includes an optional block for easy access to relevant functions.
Enables the creation of dynamically generated certificates with complete customisation via the web browser.
Custom Survey Creation
Cloze (fill in the blanks) question type with VERY simple question creation syntax. Can do drag drop, dropdowns or gapfill questions
Integrate BigBlueButton within Moodle - including record and playback of sessions.
Alternative forum with AJAX and management features
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.
The tutorial booking module is designed to allow instructors of a course to create slots that the students can sign themselves up to.
Create and add rich content inside your LMS for free. Some examples of what you get with H5P are Interactive Video, Quizzes, Collage and Timeline.
A very easy to use "select the words" Moodle question type.
This module allows for the dynamic generation of certificates based on predefined conditions set by the teacher. NOTE: This plugin is no longer receiving any new features. Only bug fixes are being applied. I have been working on a new plugin which can be located at https://moodle.org/plugins/mod_customcert which allows complete customisation of the PDF via the browser, whereas this plugin requires FTP and PHP knowledge. Both plugins can be installed on a site at once with no issues.