This question type (for the Moodle quiz module) aims at a more advanced system of student's response analysis, through the use of regular expresssions. This question type is an extension of the SHORTANSWER type. It can be used on its own and can also be incorporated into the existing Cloze (embedded) question type.
This plugin allows administrators add the "Course meta link" and "Cohort sync" enrolment methods to a range of courses from a CSV file, and specify the role for the methods participants. They can also delete, enable or disable existing enrolment methods in a course.
An audio/video recording question type for Moodle. It uses HTML5 audio and video recording on supported browsers, and falls back to flash and other technologies where required. It is also possible to provide responses to questions using the Poodll whiteboard feature. It requires the Poodll filter be installed. Recording from mobile devices is also supported.
This activity module provides a document editor for real-time collaboration. Changes to a document are immediately reflected for other users who are accessing the same document. Moodle users can collaborate on simple text files, word, spreadsheet and presentation documents or upload a document.
The plugin requires a self-hosted Collabora Online Server (CODE) that is accessed using the so-called WOPI protocol.
Poodll Anywhere for TinyMCE allows the user to record audio and video or draw pictures, or snap pictures, directly into forum posts, assignment descriptions, page resource content, question descriptions, question responses and other areas.
My Enrolled Courses block enables users to show or hide the courses they are enrolled in. The block contains links to the courses enrolled, the visibility of which can be changed from the settings panel, as per requirement. You can hide the ones you are done with and change their visibility again, if need be. One click on a course link will redirect to that particular course page.
The main difference from the standard Moodle multiple choice question type is in the way that grading works. When creating the question, the teacher just indicates which choices are correct. If there are n correct choices, then the student scores 1/n for each correct choice. If they select too many choices, then incorrect choices outweigh correct ones.
Poodll Anywhere (Atto) allows the user to record audio and video or draw pictures, or snap pictures, directly into forum posts, assignment descriptions, page resource content, question descriptions, question responses and other areas.
This plugin will be used to import and export multichoice( 4 choices ) questions having one or two answers from a CSV(Comma separated value) file into the question bank.
Note: Only multichoice questions are supported as of now.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
[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.
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.
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.
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 is a Generico filter to add a YouTube video as a BACKGROUND to a Moodle Course. It allows a user to easily add the video and simple details to the course without blocking out the exiting resources.
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 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 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.