Activity modules provide the main activities in course, such as Forums, Assignments, Quizzes and so on.
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The Question Creation Activity is a graded activity where students must create questions in the Moodle question bank. A teacher grades the questions. The students get a grade for the questions they create.
This module allows students to enrol themselves in a group within a course. The teacher can select which groups students can chose from and the maximum number of students allowed in each group.
Turnitin's Moodle Direct v2 integration activity module is a standalone Moodle module with the aim of representing the full suite of Turnitin's features within the standard Moodle workflow. The module is an upgrade on the previous Turnitin plugin and is developed and maintained iParadigms the creators of Turnitin.
An activity module to integrate etherpad-lite with Moodle. To use this plugin, you will need to have an etherpad-lite server that runs on at least the same 2nd-level-domain as your Moodle server.
This Module lets you add an activity to courses, in which users can rate choices. You may then distribute the users fairly to the choices by maximising overall 'hapiness' in terms of ratings. This may be an alternative to the choice activity or first-come-first-served.
Moodlerooms is proud to release Advanced Forums, which enhances Moodle Forums by providing teachers and students with quick, simple views into the forums and their discussions. Allowing users to sort and search discussions easily and in multiple layouts is key to Advanced Forums increased usability. Read tracking is a feature in Advanced forums that highlights unread posts, making it even easier to manage a forum. This saves the student time in viewing and responding to posts, and saves the teacher time in finding the posts that are most relevant to the class. Teachers are empowered to create anonymous interactions with students, and can grade students through the Moodle gradebook.
Face-to-face activities are used to keep track of in-person (e.g. classroom) trainings which require advance booking. Each activity is offered in one or more identical sessions. These sessions can be given over multiple days. Reminder messages are sent to users and their managers a few days before the session is scheduled to start. Confirmation messages are sent when users sign-up for a session or cancel. This module may be of interest to administrators looking for a way to provide event management support for blended learning environments.
OpenMeetings is a free browser-based software that allows you to set up instantly a conference in the Web. You can use your microphone and/or webcam, share documents on a white board, share your screen or record meetings. It is available as hosted service or you download and install a package on your server with no limitations in usage or users.
The Via activity module provides integration between Moodle and Via, a virtual teaching tool. It is designed to simplify the use of synchronous events within Moodle. It provides a single sign on between the two systems with easy event creation and management.
This is a new activity module, Simple Certificate,which no needs to change any code to add a new certificate format, and moodle's administrator don't need to upload image files. The certificate text are full customizable, using special text marks that will be replaced by variables (like student name, course name, grade, ...), don't need to change any translation file.
Teachers can create some examination dates. They define date, time, and place of the examination. Furthermore they define maximum number of students and maximum number of points. After the registration date, they define the points for each student. These can be printed with or without student names. Each student can register/unregister only himself/herself.
The Aspire resource list module enables a teacher to include a selection of resources from associated Talis Aspire resource lists directly within the content of their course. Please note that this plugin depends on a paid subscription to the Talis Aspire reading lists service (http://campus.talisaspire.com/).
The Dataform module allows the course manager to design and construct an entry form from various input elements (text and rich text fields, urls, files, pictures, etc.) in a flexible layout. Users can then add information records to a collection, which can be viewed in various ways and searched for particular items.
Developed by UNSW, this is an advanced tool for building teams based off a set of criteria. You ask your students some questions, and then develop a predicate based off their answers for your teams. This is great if you want a little more control than "Assign Randomly" but less work than "Manual Allocation".
This activity proposes a multitrack test such as visible in magazines. Questions are defined with a predefined number of answer categories, one answer per category. If the participant chooses the answer, it gives points to the relevant category. Each category drives a scoring track and the feedback of the most rated category is given. The result of the test can be used to generate groups in the course.
The Stamp collection module allows a teacher to give "stamps" (i.e. picture with a comment) to students so they collect these stamps. The activity can be used in many ways, such as motivative bonus marks, absence marks, certification records etc.
- quick and uncomplicated way to tell what bothers him/her about teacher/student/course - teacher can have a quick summary how his course is seen from the students perspective - teacher can answer questions - students can trade informations, help with little problem
The module provides very simple yet useful functionality. When added into a course, it behaves as a graded activity. The grade for each student is took from a final grade in another course. This allows course designers to organize the learning content into separate units.
This plugin allows Teachers / Lecturers to upload video or audio files to Helix Media Library using a specific Helix Media Library Activity which then creates a link to the video or audio file on the course page
This is a new version (v3) of what used to be MoodLL. Basically, this replaces the traditional cassette tape language lab. There is a module for students to record themselves and teachers to review and grade the work. This version also includes a class monitor. So, if a teacher uses it inside the classroom, he/she can monitor student progress the same way they used the traditional language lab by listening to live streams of the students, responding live to students, giving a thumbs up and so on.
This module integrates a Moodle site with the MyEducationPath.com online courses directory. The module allows to publish Moodle courses in the directory (courses hub) , issue certificates of course completion and get feedback from students in form of comments to a course in the directory.
Turnitin's Moodle Direct integration activity module is a standalone Moodle module with the aim of representing the full suite of Turnitin's features within the standard Moodle workflow. The module is developed and maintained iParadigms the creators of Turnitin.
The MC Offline quiz module (mod/offlinequiz) adds paper-and-pencil multiple-choice quizzes to Moodle. In offline quizzes students mark answers to questions on a sheet of paper (the answer form).
This module allows users to add medias from an EasyCast MediaServer web TV in their courses. They can also edit medias directly from Moodle without having to go on the MediaServer web TV.
An appointment scheduler for planning face-to-face meetings between teachers and students. Teachers can set up time slots, and students can choose one of these on Moodle.
The attcontrol module is designed to allow instructors of a course keep an attcontrol log of the students in their courses. This plugin can be combined with the AttHome plugin that allows to supervise the attendance data from different courses. There is also available the AttMobile Android application that allows to interact with the attendance information from mobile devices.
This is a modification of the original Mindmap module for moodle formerly found on ekpenso.com. This Advance Mindmap module allows you to create mindmapping activity in moodle. Added features include: - Every user now have a separate mindmap in one single activity, with links to view others' mindmap. - Dummy group mode: multiple mindmaps with simple group name that everyone can view and edit (for group mindmapping without having to setup groups in the course) - Lock mindmap: prevent editing of mindmap when someone is editing it during group mindmapping Currently, it is not backward compatible with Moodle 1.9x, please install it on Moodle 2.x only.
The "techproject" activity module provides a complete project driving tool, IEEE compliant, in a pedagogical environment, for real project use or for pedagogical approach of project management.
iAssign (Interactive Assignment) package aims to enhance activities in Moodle, allowing the incorporation of "Interactive Learning Modules" (iLM) to Moodle. iAssign also provides: an area to teachers cooperate (Block); a filter to incorporate any iLM in any Moodle text (Filter); and a TinyMCE editor button (TinyMCE Plugin). Attention: in order to proper work, iAssign needs its associated packages - block, filter, and editor (please, get all of them).
An activity module that allows teachers to find and add NLN Learning Objects to their Moodle courses with a minimum of effort. Originally developed by Xtensis.co.uk as a Moodle 1.8 resource type, the "Noodle" plugin ceased to be maintained when the NLN Materials website changed hands in July 2011. This new development is a direct conversion of the original plugin into a Moodle 2.x activity module.
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.
Course elements is a content strategy to improve course writing quality and editorial stability by providing preshaped pedagogic elements. The integrator or administrator (through custom CSS rules) can take over the styling of the elements. Some elements can have local dynamic behaviour, or have an internal logic strategy based on other data of Moodle.
This module add a resource that can create a direct link into a specific page in an eCampus eBook. This is only useful if your institution has the eCampus services. Requires the block 'ecampus_tbird' v1.1 or greater
Displays multimedia HTML5 presentations and slide shows in users' web browsers. A web friendly and more feature rich alternative to MS PowerPoint and PDF. However, presentations must be uploaded to moodledata via FTP and you'll need to learn some basic HTML to create presentations for it.
Coorad Bridge is a COORAD Resource module. It let you nest within your Moodle Site all COORAD resources you need (COORAD is a free open source Configurable Object Oriented Rapid Application Development system).