Edit chemistry equations in Moodle 2.7, or later, using the mhchem extension to the MathJax or TeX filter. Useful for full and ionic equations, isotopes, equilibrium reactions, thermochemistry and reaction kinetics. Includes a periodic table of element symbols.
Students construct the names of organic molecules by dragging and dropping.
Enables a Moodle administrator to create automatic pop-up messages
Short answer question type in which the teacher can easily build 2D/3D structures in Marvin Sketch and display in Marvin View. Requires Marvin Applets from Chemaxon.
A Moodle filter plug-in to embed ChemCollective Virtual Lab problems using the Vlab Java applet. It embeds any assigments (both local and global). This filter will replace links to a Vlab file (.xml) in [vlab]...[/vlab] block with a java applet that plays that ChemCollective Virtual Lab inline.
Name to structure (or reaction) question type. You can ask studnts to draw chemical structures or reactions. This plugin requires Marvin Applets from Chemaxon.
This is a question type plugin for Moodle with random values and multiple answer fields.
Easily draw and insert chemical structures using MarvinJS. Requires MarvinJS from Chemaxon.
Filter that utilizes Easychem.js to display chemical equations, structures and reactions in HTML5.
Chemical structure and equation editor much like the Moodle equation editor. Requires filter_easychem.
Name to structure (or reaction) question type. You can ask students to draw chemical structures or reactions. This plugin requires MarvinJS from Chemaxon and openbabel.
A question type that is answered by drawing a structure in the ChemDoodle Web Sketcher. The drawing is converted to InChI and compared to the given answer(s). The teacher can give multiple correct or semi-correct answers. Requires OpenBabel to be installed (in /usr/local/bin/obabel or else the code needs amending in question.php).
Have students select atoms, molecules or reactions with this question type. Requires MarvinJS downloadable from www.chemaxon.com.
Student must construct Fischer projections by drag and drop of groups onto a predefined template. You can ask questions like; Draw L-alanine? Convert the following structure into a Fischer projection?
Drag and drop question in which students build Newman projections. Tests students knowledge of drawing and interpreting Newman Projections.
The Lewis structure question type allows teachers to design problems in which students must assign formal charges or add lone pair electrons/radicals to atoms in molecules. This question type requires Marvin Applets by Chemaxon.
A Moodle text filter that convert links to JCAMP-DX files (*.jdx) to interactive Chemdoodle Web Component Spectra Canvas's.
Curved Arrow / Electron Pushing question can be used to test and strengthen students knowledge of reaction mechanism, resonance and curved arrow notation. This plugin requires Marvin Applets from Chemaxon.
Atoms, molecules and reaction selection question type. Requires Marvin Applets downloadable from www.chemaxon.com.