The social comments block plugin for Moodle increases engagement by fostering peer learning through comment subscription, email digests, comments newsfeed, comment search and pinning of important comments and content to the pin board. This plugin is part of a collection of open source plugins, which all have the goal to improve the overall usability/ user experience of Moodle.
This tool provides API functions as well as general settings for the different opencast tools (e.g. block_opencast, filter_opencast, repository_opencast) and is required by them.
The tool stores the relation between courses and series ids and offers webservice endpoints for the opencast role provider.
This is an advanced tool for building groups based off a set of criteria.
You ask students some questions.
After the groups are created based on four simple actions on students answers (Group similar individuals, Disperse similar individuals, Avoid minorities, Balancing Level)
This block aggregates and displays the latest discussions from all forums for all courses a user is enrolled on. It is possible to reply to posts when the block is displayed in the dashboard. On a course page, the block allows a user to reply to posts as well as create new discussions for a forum.
This is a question behaviour for Moodle Quiz that forces all questions to
be graded all or nothing using deferred feedback mode. It will work with
a variety of question types that normally produce credit for partially
This is a question behaviour for Moodle Quiz that forces all questions to be graded all or nothing using adaptive mode. It will work with a variety of question types that normally produce credit for partially correct responses i.e. cloze, matching, OU drag and drop types etc.
This plugin allows teachers to grade and providing feedback for OneNote assignment submissions. This includes viewing a student's submission in OneNote, creating a OneNote page associated with their feedback on the submission, saving that feedback 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.
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.
This plugin allows an admin to create a Custom Security Policy (CSP) in both reporting mode and enforcing mode. A simple use case is to detect and cleanup issues with non secure content after a migration from http to https, through to advanced policies to mitigate from XSS attacks.
This plugin is one of the 2 question behaviours to be used exclusively with the regexp question type. Those behaviours enable you to take advantage of the *Help* feature, which allows the student to "buy" a letter.
The Peerwork plugin was designed to replicate functionality of WebPA in Moodle allowing a peer weighting to be applied to assignments.
Using this plugin teachers still grade the assignment, but available marks are distributed between students based on peer ratings.
eduMessenger is an instant messenger that's main purpose is connecting students and teachers in educational environments! eduMessenger uses Moodle as a background-tool to provide the messaging functionality to anyone who hosts their own Moodle instance as a basement for their groups and data.
An audio and video recorder for Moodle. The recordings are stored in the cloud and can be automatically subtitled (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese or Italian). Administrators can choose from recorder skins, and use Moodle capabilities to control the display of icons. Cloud Poodll for Atto is not dependent on any other plugin. Cloud Poodll for Atto is not dependent on any other plugins.
Along with the Ensemble Video Moodle Filter Plugin, this plugin makes it easier for Moodle users to add videos and playlists to content without having to navigate to Ensemble Video and copy/paste complicated embed codes. Once setup, you should see an additional repository option under Insert Moodle media in the Moodle content editor, enabling you to choose videos or playlists from the configured Ensemble Video installation.
This is a Moodle plugin which adds Multi-Factor authentication (MFA), also known as Two-factor authentication (2FA) on top of your existing chosen authentication plugins.
This plugin is one of the 2 question behaviours to be used exclusively with the regexp question type. Those behaviours enable you to take advantage of the *Help* feature, which allows the student to "buy" a letter. This behaviour does not cost the student any penalty when "buying" a letter.
Generates an interactive curriculum report from Moodle-held course information. Provides a course approval workflow within Moodle. Allows course variants to be compared, with differences highlighted. Upon approval, displays to students in either browser or Moodle app.
Allows courses to be connected with multiple Panopto servers. Panopto is a video recording/streaming service that allows teachers to record lectures and embed them directly into Moodle. https://www.panopto.com/panopto-for-education/
Import the contents of a Microsoft Word file (in '.docx' format) into a glossary, splitting it into terms based on the heading styles. The file can be from either Microsoft Word or LibreOffice. Also supports exporting glossaries to Word format, for round-trip editing.
Enhance collaboration by providing shared folders to your students automatically. No need to collect Dropbox or ownCloud e-mail addresses anymore: Just add it to a course and select the groups that should collaborate. ownCloud/Nextcloud will privately share one folder per group to its members!
This is a plugin that makes Moodle an Identity Provider site: other application can use Moodle as a login portal.
Requires SimpleSAMLphp, configured as IdP: https://simplesamlphp.org/docs/stable/simplesamlphp-idp.
Quiz question type for automatically graded programming questions. Java questions using JUnit can be created directly in Moodle. Other questions need to be imported as ProFormA tasks (https://github.com/ProFormA/proformaxml).
Plugin requires the qbehaviour_adaptiveexternalgrading plugin and ProFormA Praktomat (https://github.com/elearning-ostfalia/Proforma-Praktomat).