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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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.
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.
This plugin enables teachers to incorporate video content within their Moodle assignments, and also for students to submit video responses – these are uploaded and securely stored on your Planet eStream media library rather than Moodle itself.
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
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.
In order for the MEDIAL Video Assignment Activity to launch from the text editor you must install this Atto Plugin. MEDIAL Video Assignment Activity allows Teachers and Students to create and respond to Video Assignments that are uploaded and cataloged in MEDIAL (a video streaming media library) rather than Moodle itself
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.
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.
This Moodle activity module allows users to add media or channels from a UbiCast MediaServer in their courses.
They can also edit media directly from Moodle without having to go on the MediaServer site.
The Cloud Poodll audio video recording question allows students to record audio or video directly into Moodle quizzes. It has no dependencies and recordings are stored in the Poodll cloud. The teacher has a choice of audio and video recorders to use. It supports time limits.
This plugin offers a new form element for moodle forms.
The form element is a file upload field, which uploads one file as multiple small chunks.
While uploading the form element shows a progress bar to the user.
This plugin allows teachers to add exercises from the e-learning Platform MUMIE as activity modules in their Moodle courses. MUMIE Task is not meant to be used as a standalone but in combination with MUMIE Single Sign On. Together, these two plugins allow the integration of MUMIE content into your Moodle courses.