A question type that allows question authors to set programming questions in which the student answer is code in some programming language, which is graded by running it. More generally it can handle any question to which the answer is text that can be graded by a computer program written by the question author.
Popular plugin "Learning Plan" has now been upgraded & is compatible with Moodle version 3.3.
This plugin serves as a database and plan for all learning activities in the organization for a structured learning program, including management reports.
The Moodle Socialwall will transform your Moodle course into a social learning platform. This includes a familiar post interface, timeline of posts, filtering of the timeline, and integration with Moodle's activities and resources. A social learning format allows teachers to pick up the tool and begin using it right away.
The PDF annotator allows students to insert questions, comments and remarks on learning materials in PDF format
directly into the document. Since all students, lecturers and tutors can read and answer the questions and
comments asked, it is made easier to clarify open questions on lecture slides, scripts and other PDF learning
materials quickly and in a concrete context.
The Question Creation Activity is a graded activity where students must create questions in the Moodle question bank. A teacher grades the questions.
The students get a grade for the questions they create.
The Filtered Course List block displays a configurable list of courses. It is intended as a replacement for the My Courses block, although both may be used. It is maintained by the Collaborative Liberal Arts Moodle Project (CLAMP).
Course Life Cycle is a moodle plugin, which has the purpose to help you with the execution of reoccurring tasks on your moodle platform. Possible use cases are (not limited to):
Deleting courses at end of life (including asking teachers for permission).
Doing a rollover at the end of a semester.
Automatically setting an end date for courses.
The grouptool module (mod/grouptool) enhances the functionality of Moodle default groups. Two of the additional features are the possibility for students to enrol themselves in groups with waiting lists, and the transfer of grades within groups.
Course elements is a content strategy to improve course writing quality and editorial stability by providing preshaped pedagogic elements. The integrator or administrator (through custom CSS rules) can take over the styling of the elements. Some elements can have local dynamic behaviour, or have an internal logic strategy based on other data of Moodle.
This plugin is supported by Edunao.
This is a newsletter module for moodle. First stable release. It provides the basic features of common newsletter tools. Using it with moodle VERP bounce processing is recommended. But we will add an additional bounce processing feature that will be easier to configure.
A lock statistics admin tool, specifically tailored to report on cron task timings.
This tool exposes which tasks are currently running and where, and also shows a detailed history of how long each task has taken in the past.
GISMO, a graphical interactive student monitoring and tracking system that extracts tracking data from an online course maintained with Moodle, and generates graphical representations that can be explored by course instructors.
Control the initial access to a Quiz with a randomized delay to reduce the load at the start and end times. By lightly spreading the access of the students the server load decreases dramatically and the overall capacity of your system increases by orders of magnitude.
The Dataform field access block provides context and settings for Dataform field access rules. With such rules you can allow or prevent particular users (individually or by role) access to particular fields in particular views.
Just enter the first letter of the course you want to search and the auto complete box gives you a list of matching courses with the current word highlighted. The block also has a 'My Courses' feature, when enabled, lets you search only the courses the current user is registered on .
This block is best used on the 'My Home' page which allows centre positioning of blocks thereby giving you a wider space to see the autocomplete results.
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This quiz report allows you to get view of a quiz attempt that is formatted for easy printing. This can either be a blank attempt for students to write in their responses, if they cannot attempt the quiz online, or a review of a finished quiz attempt.
The Scratch filter allows you to embed Scratch games into labels, forums, or web pages automatically - wherever you create a link to a .sb Scratch file that has been uploaded onto the Moodle server (either as an attachment to a forum post, or as a course file).
Poodll WordCards is a word learning Moodle plugin. Words or phrases to be learnt are introduced with each instance of the activity. Students learn and review words by completing listen-and-type, choose-the-answer, speechcards or type-the-words tasks
A plugin to help override the default colors for Moodle Mobile and manage other custom CSS. It walks you through picking out replacement colors and adding other custom CSS, then generates a file for you to set as your mobile CSS.
Allows non-administrators semi-administrative level control over modules and blocks at the category level.
Built to provide faculty/department units with some administrative level control at the University of Alberta.
The Leganto reading list module enables a teacher to include a selection of citations from associated Leganto reading lists directly within the content of their course. Please note that this integration plugin depends on a paid subscription to the ExLibris Leganto reading lists service (see http://www.exlibrisgroup.com/category/Leganto for details).