Activity modules provide the main activities in course, such as Forums, Assignments, Quizzes and so on.
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Different types of assignments
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The basic idea is that the teacher sets up a bank of questions organised into categories. Then the student can then choose what questions they want to practice when. This is about student-centred learning based on the capabilities of the Moodle question bank.
The goal of this activity is to bring the aspect of game-based-learning into Moodle-courses. The way the acitivity works is that two of our exagames are based upon quizzes given to students within a Moodle course (braingame and exaclick), one activity links games created with the OpenSource-platform gamelabs.at directly into Moodle courses. See readme.txt for further instructions.
This plugin connects Moodle 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 and 2.5 with ReMarksPDF desktop and ReMarksPDF iPad e-grading solutions enabling a complete e-submission, allocation, marking, moderation and release workflow.
Customlesson is a variant of the official module lesson, which allows the teacher to have a template lesson, customized for each student. The lesson template is completed by a csv file which provides all the variable fields (columns) for each of the students (rows).
DataPlus is a Moodle module that enables the production of customisable, portable, standalone SQLite3 databases for teaching and learning. It's features are similar to the Data module, but it allows easier export and search as well as improved performance for larger databases.
The poasassignment module allows teachers to develop single task or variations of task, collect work from students, review it and provide feedback including multi-criterion grades. Module can distribute multiple task’s variants between students in different ways, using one of distribution strategies. The module is based on old Assignment module, but it doesn’t use sources of old Assignment - only idea. Poasassignment extends old Assignment by introducing variants (no more single task for dozens of students), criteria for grading and sub-plugin system. That means, that all submission types, all distribute strategies, are plugins, that can be modified separately from the core.
The Media Player plugin activity module for Moodle is a UI tool to deploy the JW FLV Player 5.0 in Moodle. It does the following: Deploys FLV, MOV, MP4, F4V and other web video formats and supports H.264 AVC Supports a range of plugins and manages their settings to make using the Media Player module as easy as possible Supports playlists and other media types such as MP3, JPG, GIF, PNG and SWF Can play video directly from YouTube.com, Ted.com and any sites that have the necessary crossdomain.xml policy file in place Can be used with media servers and a variety of types of media streaming Comes with a wide selection of UI skins to change the visual appearance of the player Basic video playback on operating systems where Flash Player is not supported, i.e. iOS - iPhone, iPad, iPod. Please note: This may not be the latest version. Please see the project site downloads page hosted on Google Code.
The module makes a course completion certificate for students. The certificate is issued to a student's wall on CertificatesWall.com . And the certificate can be printed (in format A4).
'TI-Player' Module allows us to create a new TI-Player resource, for a specific course, and it will be able to recognize automatically 'tns' files and show them through 'TI - Nspire Document Viewer Player'.
FLAX automates the production and delivery of practice exercises for students who are learning English. Exercise material comes from digital libraries, which can supply a virtually endless supply of collaborative and competitive language activities.
Video Consultation is a video communication web application designed for online video consultations, interactive live presentations, trainings, webinars, coaching and online collaboration. This Video Consultation edition integrates into Moodle as an activity module so video consultation seminars can be added to courses as activities.
The Live Streaming web based software can easily be used with Moodle sites to build live video interactive virtual learning management systems. Teachers can broadcast live video from their webcam and students can watch and write questions in text chat.
Allows a course creator to add upload a large pdf file and serve only a specified page range back to the users. This has been useful in serving specific portions of a larger "book of readings" type of PDF files to students in remote locations without high speed internet access. It may also be used as a way to dissect a pdf document for electronic delivery where a page or pages at the beginning or end of the document are not relevant to the end user.
Quiz module modification to display questions sequentially, there is a number of attempts and an attempt penalization for each question instance. Users can only pass to the next question when they finds the correct answer, skip the question (max penalization applied) or reach the maximum number of attempts per question.
This module converts quizzes so they can be sent to cellular or other mobile device. These quizzes can be performed on the cell phone. The results of the quiz can be sent back to Moodle.