Question type similar to the matching question type but with a drag and drop interface for the students during attempt.
A block to export a Glossary's entries to the Quiz Questions bank.
The Lesson essay feedback block will display (to the students only) their previous attempts at Lesson Essays (if any), together with the teacher's comments and their grade (if essays have been graded).
Provides options for changing text size and colour scheme. Settings can be saved to persist between sessions. Also integrates ATbar from Southampton University ECS.
Create tests that efficiently measure users' abilities by adapting the question difficulty to the estimate of the user's ability.
The Aspire resource list module enables a teacher to include a selection of resources from associated Talis Aspire resource lists directly within the content of their course. Please note that this plugin depends on a paid subscription to the Talis Aspire reading lists service (http://campus.talisaspire.com/).
Tool to package (into downloadable files) and deploy sets of Moodle plugins, settings, language packs and language customizations
Bookmarks block plugin provides functionality of user bookmarks creation within the text of Moodle Book chapter (So-called book pins within the text). This can also be used to leave personal notes onto desired locations within Moodle Book chapter.
The attcontrol module is designed to allow instructors of a course keep an attcontrol log of the students in their courses. This plugin can be combined with the AttHome plugin that allows to supervise the attendance data from different courses. There is also available the AttMobile Android application that allows to interact with the attendance information from mobile devices. THIS PLUGIN IS NO LONGER MAINTAINED BY ITS AUTHOR.
A dynamic theme using @media queries to modify the layout on the fly.
Send personal course invitation to some users by email.
This plugin allow you to bulk change user profile field values.
The original Melbourne was created during a jet-lag induced all-night code sprint during the Moodle Moot 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. This is a port to Moodle 2.