This plugin allows to manage a moodle based decentralized helpdesk with three support levels. It basically works with Moodle forums. The 1st level support works on course level, so you can create as many support courses as you like (in our case we have a bunch of schools in our Moodle, each school has its own support course).
All 2nd and 3rd level support members get access to certain discussions in those forums, after the 1st level support forwarded an issue.
This is hinting behaviour using abstract hint interface, defined in poasquestion qtype. It is used by Preg and CorrectWriting question types for now, but due to object-oriented architecture it can be used by any other question type requiring advanced hinting.
A tool for enforcing various security standards and guidelines for passwords for Moodle. This plugin aims for compliance with the Australian Information Security Manual (currently May 2019), and above that, the NIST standards from the document 800-63B. Many of the controls are optional and user configurable, with the most safe values set by default, but allow for great customization for any configuration, while enforcing safe, sensible guidelines for passwords.
This password checks also include securely testing for potentially compromised passwords using:
The Forum Keywords Report extract keywords from all posts in a Forum activity and generate a word cloud with a table listing the weights of each keyword. It is mainly developed for analysing Chinese, but appeared to also work for English.
This is a file converter plugin for Moodle. The primary function of this plugin is to convert student submissions into the PDF file format, to allow teachers to use the annotate PDF functionality of Moodle. With this plugin you are in control of the conversion process and architecture.
This plugin allows administrators to upload a CSV file containing block settings for courses. You can add or delete blocks, so the tool enables you to apply a default set of blocks for some or all courses on a site. You can also reset the set of course blocks to the default for that course format.
The module enables a teacher to create a resource using the text editor. The resource can display text, images, sound, video and web links. Advantages of using the External content module rather than the standard page module is that optionally if the content links to an external site that records a completion status these can then be imported.
Online proctoring, identity verification and participation monitoring by Integrity Advocate. This is a privacy-first and accessibility friendly solution to ensure assessment integrity inside of Moodle activities.
This block allows Moodle to show a proctoring interface to students, interact with the Integrity Advocate service, and show proctoring results to instructors.
This block works together with the availability condition "gps" and allows a user to determine the current gps location. The location is stored in the current session and is used by the availability condition. Furthermore the block can show the locations in a course by list or on an interactive map.
Similar to the submission comments but with permission support to allow certain users to see/delete comments, this plugin facilitates grade review (second marker comments). The main use case is to allow one teacher to review the grading done by another tutor and leave comments attached to a submission but without the students been able to see the comments.
With this moodle block you can generate a report containing courses with free seats AND which having the starting date (course settings) within the upcoming n weeks. The information about free seats is taken from the activated self enrolment plugin AND/OR waitlist enrolment plugin.
A question that could check student's response against several regular expressions and could give next character and next word hints.
If you do not know what regular expression is, it could also work like Moodle Shortanswer question with hints, just choose "Moodle shortanswer" as notation and you could enter answers just like in shortanswer question type.
This admin tool allows managers to view all RSS feeds on a Moodle site. It shows who owns the feed, which courses have the feed exposed via an RSS block, and gives the manager the option to globally delete the feed.
With the WebService filter plugin you can choose if some content should be visible only in web (browser) or only in a WebService client like the Moodle apps (mobile and desktop). The main purpose of this plugin is to be able to display/hide some content only for the Moodle app.
Poodll MiniLesson combines several language learning activities into a simple, self-guided online lesson. It is designed to be a simple, interactive lesson for students, and easy for teachers to create and deliver.
Cloud Poodll Assignment Submission allows students to record audio or video as assignment submissions. It has no dependencies. The recordings are stored in the Poodll cloud and the teacher has a choice of audio and video recorders to use.
Introducing a new theme for Moodle 3.9 and 3.10 that draws on some of the best user ehancements of the Fordson and Rebel Moodle themes! Schoollege is refined, elegant, and modern. Built using Boost, Schoollege adds custom header images, header textures, smart editing buttons, a full-screen Course Dashboard, a custom login page, and other features that enhance Moodle.
This plugin adds a framework for adding and enforcing security questions for users to perform a password reset. Currently it only operates on the Moodle Core 'Forgot Password' page, however it is easily extensible to other forms.
NOTE: This plugin only has native compatability with Moodle 3.8. For Moodle 3.7, MDL-66173 must be cherry-picked to allow the plugin to interact with Moodle. See Readme for more detailed instructions
Globalad is a Moodle block that allows you to create the same personalized ad for all courses and users dashboard.
Globalad es un bloque para Moodle que permite crear el mismo anuncio personalizado para todos los cursos y área personal de usuarios.
This plugin adds a bundle of new functions to the moodle webservice. The new functions appear within the moodle webservice function list after installation.
The functions definition can be found within the API Documentation in Site Administration/Plugins/Web Services.
The block allows reviewers to post “global” comment about assignment. It displays threaded comments per assignment on assignment pages. The plugin should also allow the insertion of key markers or text that can be picked up in database queries, for example using the Configurable Reports plugin. These markers can be into the comments or in additional field till the solution is simple to set up with the configurable report plugin.