Reclaim the control over formatting your text with this Markdown friendly editor for Moodle. Markdown is a lightweight markup language with plain text formatting syntax. It allows you to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format that is automatically converted to structurally valid HTML.
This plugin provides a common client API for various other Moodle plugins that allow Moodle users to take advantage of Microsoft OneNote. This includes operations such as browsing your notebooks, sections, and pages; students doing assignments in OneNote and teachers providing feedback on those assignments in OneNote.
This plugin works just as usual limitation on IP, but the list of subnets with names (eg, library, local area network, a computer lab, etc.) enters the site administrator. Teachers in tests simply select the required subnet.
A Moodle admin tool adding Web Analytics to your Moodle site. The plugin currently supports following analytics tools: Matomo (formerly Piwik), Google Universal Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Legacy Analytics (soon deprecated by Google)
The mymindmap_overview block presents the courses in the dashboard.
Block mymindmap_overview has the advantage of seeing all its courses containing at least one module on a single screen zone and being able to navigate to the section, the activity or the chosen resource to access it.
This view also shows how many modules constitute a course or section, which allows you to only go to courses offering content.
The Open LMS Framework offers enhanced functionality for Moodle plugin development. It is required by several of the plugins that have been open sourced by BlackBoard. For more information, see https://docs.moodle.org/dev/Blackboard_Open_LMS_Framework
A Moodle administration plugin providing a GUI to some settings and management of a MoodleBox, a Moodle server installed on a Raspberry Pi with some sort of Linux version installed (Raspberry Pi OS preferred).
The “local metadata” plugin has been created to allow extra, “metadata” to be defined and assigned to various context level elements in Moodle. It is an abstraction of the current “user profile field” functionality in Moodle and contains much of the same code. This was written for the MUA as a proof of concept for a project to add extra profile data to courses, to see whether one metadata function could be used for multiple Moodle contexts. It is currently in Beta, and is open for participation and discussion.
This is a very simple implementation of a question filter. It allows questions to be
inserted anywhere in Moodle editable text either embedded or in a popup. Note that this plugin has probably been superseded by: https://github.com/moodleou/moodle-filter_embedquestion, developed by the OU team.
CAP is short for Computer Adaptive Practice. In CAPQuiz, the proficiency is measured by a rating. Good answers increase the rating, and bad answers decrease it. To increase the rating, students need to give good answers more of than bad ones over time. Estimating question difficulty is known to be difficult. CAPQuiz automates this process to some extent. The question author must provide an initial estimate, but CAPQuiz improves the estimates based by comparing how the same student answers different questions. Hence the rated question sets will improve over time.
Designed based on educators’ feedback, Unicheck is a plagiarism detection engine helping educators spot plagiarism. To start using the app, please register at https://unicheck.com or get in touch with the sales team at email@example.com. It takes a few minutes to set-up your account and get the ball rolling. This plugin integrates with assignment, forum and workshop activities in Moodle to check user-submitted content for plagiarism.
This plugin allows Moodle to use Elasticsearch as the search engine for Moodle's Global Search.
The following features are provided by this plugin: Multiple versions of Elasticsearch, File indexing, Request signing, compatible with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Respects Moodle Proxy settings, Image recognition and webservices.
Mathslate is a customizable graphical tool for constructing mathematics within Moodle.
This plugin adds the tool to the Atto editor. It may be used in addition to or as a replacement for other formula editors.
VPL Questions are questions that can fit within a Moodle quiz. They are intended to create small to medium coding exercises, based on the Virtual Programming Lab plugin.
They are designed to offer a simple interface for students, while keeping the power and versatility of Virtual Programming Labs.
This plugin allows students to work on an assignment in OneNote. This includes creating a OneNote page associated with an assignment submission, saving student's work from OneNote into Moodle as a zip package containing the HTML and any associated images contained in the submission, and recreating the OneNote page from the zip package saved in Moodle if necessary.
The Sebsoft Anti Hammering Authentication Plugin offers you the possibility to prevent hammering your login system.
This plugin can be configured to "smart detect" so called hammering on IP basis or for users in general.
JazzQuiz lets the teacher run a preplanned quiz, but with the power of improvisation. Several improvise questions are included, which lets you quickly run a multichoice or short answer question during the quiz. You can also start a vote on the students' responses. After the session, you can review the responses for each question (even repolls). You can also download reports for attendance or responses in CSV.
A simplified approach to a lesson module. Allows multiple pages, addition of questions by picking from the question bank, simplified reporting for teachers and students and implements GDPR requirements. Designed for Moodle 3.5.
[SEEKING MAINTAINER] This local module allows you to restore a course from a remote Moodle instance into your current instance via a REST web service. The intended use case is quick restores from an archival Moodle instance into the current yearly instance.
Multi True false in one stem (question).
Brief: The MC question type as it exists in Moodle is not very ideal, since you can only configure questions which are not very well designed regarding best practices of MC questions.
Teachers can have more than one true/false question in same stem. this saves creating new questions for each stem. especially when it comes to an essay followed by many questions.
Moodle plugin which checks for unsent user input in the browser and keeps the user session alive as long as needed to prevent that user input which is sent to the server after the user session has expired will be lost
Diary is based on a highly modified version of the Journal plugin. It allows a user to create one or more entries for almost any day. Each entry can be individually rated, with results being shown based on the selected aggregate type of rating. If the, Edit all, setting is enabled, the user can edit any entry. When, Edit all, is disabled, the user can edit only the entry for the current day. If the, Edit entry dates, setting is enabled, the user can create one or more entries for almost any date. If it is disabled, the user can create only one entry on a new calendar day. Weekly course format can use the, Days available, setting to control entry edit access. Open time and Close time, can be used for other course formats, to control entry edit access. When a Diary is closed but accessed by the user, it will automatically display all entries made by the user, along with the rating as well as the date and time the activity was closed for editing. A teacher can still rate and provide feedback to entries when a Diary is closed for editing. Diary now includes new tool buttons on the report page for, Sort ascending, and, Sort descending, as well as the diary name and sort order label.
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.
This plugin lets you download any EJS application stored in the OSP-Compadre library (http://www.compadre.org/osp) directly from your Moodle.
When used in combination with the EJSApp plugin, you will be able not only to access, search and download these applications but also to add them to your Moodle courses as activities automatically.
This activity proposes a multitrack test such as visible in magazines. Questions are defined with a predefined number of answer categories, one answer per category. If the participant chooses the answer, it gives points to the relevant category. Each category drives a scoring track and the feedback of the most rated category is given.
The result of the test can be used to generate groups in the course.
A REStful webservice plugin for Moodle LMS
This plugin allows Moodle's webservice interface to operate in a more RESTFul way.
Instead of each webservice call having a URL query parameter define what webservice function to use, webservice functions are made available by discrete URLs.
This block can be used to link moodle courses to opencast series. Users with respective priviledges (in the following called teacher) can use this block to upload videos to moodle. These videos are transmitted to the opencast system by the cronjob and create a event for the respective series there. The block can be automatically set the access privileges of moodle user enrolled in the course.
This plugin sends an email notification message to the 'Support email' address every time a new Moodle user account is created via the 'Email signup' authentication plugin. The notification message contains some essential details about the account just created (email address, full name and user account name).
The email is sent when the user signs up, not when the user account is confirmed. So the plugin will notify even about accounts that may never be confirmed.