Import questions (including images and equations) from structured tables in a Word file (.docx format) into a course question bank, and also export questions to a Word file, allowing for round-trip editing.
Import entire Microsoft Word 2010 (.docx) files, including tables, embedded images and Microsoft Equation Editor equations, cleanly. Also imports LibreOffice and Google Docs files saved to .docx format.
Moodle eMailTest allows administrators to test Moodle's email system. A trace of the SMTP dialogue will be displayed if the email message cannot be sent for any reason. The eMail Test for Moodle plugin does not store any personal data about any user.
This resource allows you to create 'Lightbox' enabled image galleries within your Moodle course.
As a course teacher, you are able to create, edit and delete galleries. Smallthumbnails will then be
generated, which are used for the thumbnail view of the gallery.
Pioneer strikes a balance between features and beautiful design. The Pioneer theme is focused on enhancing learning by using intuitive navigation, a simple layout, and amazing styling.
You have learning content, Pioneer makes it beautiful.
Poster is a resource activity module allowing to create a web page. What makes this module unique is that the contents of the poster page is composed of Moodle blocks (such as HTML block, Calendar block, Latest news block etc.). It provides yet another place within the course where blocks can be put without polluting the course front page.
Archive and remove past courses with this handy tool that can also be used to send notifications to course teachers, hide courses in bulk, and has the ability for course teachers to opt out of the archiving.
An interface that integrates with Moodles existing HTML editor (HTMLArea in 1.9 and TinyMCE in 2.x and 3.x) to support teachers in creating CLOZE (Embedded answers) questions in the GIFT syntax. It will also read and edit existing CLOZE items.
Extend the Question Bank with new question types for math and science. New Open answer questions automatically evaluated. Random parameters or graphics in your questions. Precise control on mathematical properties of the student answer to provide the best feedback.
This allows a teacher to annotate and return PDF files that have been submitted by students. Teachers can add and position comments and draw lines, ovals, stamps, rectangles and highlights onto the student's work, from within the browser.
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.
This allows a teacher to annotate and return PDF files that have been submitted by students. Teachers can add and position comments and draw lines, ovals, stamps, rectangles and highlights onto the student's work, from within the browser. For Moodle 2.6 and above, I advise you use the standard functionality instead.
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 is a child theme for Bootstrap3, it allows site administrators to select a Bootswatch. A Bootswatch is a sub-theme for Bootstrap based themes. The bootswatches used on this theme are created by Tomas Park, see http://bootswatch.com/.
A Bootswatch contains the variables en settings for styling Bootstrap themes, they are easy to create and maintain.
A load balancer heartbeat / health checker url, and also a configurable nagios compliant cron health checker.
This should work out of the box with most load balancers, eg Amazon ELB, F5, HA proxy etc as most of these simply check the http status for 200 or non-200 response codes.
This plugin creates a news forum on course creation. This eliminates the requirement to have the latest news block installed in order to create the forum on versions of Moodle prior to 3.2. This issue is fully described in MDL-26707. You do not need this plugin if you are running Moodle 3.2 or higher.