Blocks provide information and useful tools. They usually appear around the edges of the page, or tucked away in Moodle's popup dock.
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My LiveChat plugin for Moodle provides an easy way to integrate your Moodle-powered website with the LiveChat solution. My LiveChat is a fast, high performance and most user-friendly live chat solution. It allows you to live chat with website visitors, monitor site traffic, and analyze visitors' web activities, including their search engine and keyword usage.
This block is a combined variant of the profilespecifichtml block and the editablecontenthtml block. It provides way to distribute specific content to several classes of users splitted by matching rules upon one or two profile fields (standard or customized).
Formal languages block centralizes code for scanning and parsing of different languages. For now it is used by Preg and CorrectWriting question types, but other plugins can use it as well.
This is an implementation of Moodle's Block for preloading (in a bulk and automation mode) of metadata associated to Moodle's Courses and their further edition (in a manually mode). The main aims of these metadata is to serve as basis (Data Provider) for OAI-PMH 2.0 Harvester implementations. GETTING ON GITHUB https://github.com/mglaredo/moodle-block_boaidp
This block allows configuration of roles to be considered "Teachers" of a course. The block will then display a list of these teachers for the current course in the block, with a link to message each one.
GroupDocs Signature plugin for Moodle lets you embed documents into your website and invite your clients, colleagues and partners to sign them electronically, directly from their browsers.
ConTag allows a teacher to easily tag Moodle items with concepts, that the student can then use to browse the items. A student can use this to focus on concepts that they are interested in. Developed by the Intelligent Computer Tutoring Group (http://www.ictg.canterbury.ac.nz/)
This block lets you easily design and embed online forms into your Moodle website and then automatically incorporate data entered by users through the online forms into contracts, invoices, sales quotes, applications and any other documents, either in Word or PDF format.
The Moodle GroupDocs Annotation extension lets you embed documents complete with GroupDocs Annotation into Moodle sites. GroupDocs Annotation is an online application for annotating and commenting on documents. With this powerful tool, teachers and students can share and collaborate on documents in real time - annotate, comment and draw - to improve communication and learning, and speed up review. Connect to students quickly and let groups work together effectively.
MySmark EDU is a platform for the analysis of student satisfaction through emotional tagging. It allows students to leave feedbacks on Moodle events using MySmark's emotional tags (www,mysmark.com).
This block is similar to the mentees block but the display of information is much easier to access by parents. It shows only the most relevant information so parents will not be lost looking for information. I hope it is of the greatest use. Thanks and regards.
Holds the user model needed for adaptive navigation support of the block "Learner Adaptation" (block_case_repository) to enhance the concept map based navigation of the block "Navigation Web" (block_semantic_web).
The main focus of this block is a verbose periodical review of students by a teacher-team. The basic idea of this module (acknowledging all new features of the moodle gradebook) is that teachers do not always have time during the year to give solid feedback to the students but seek a simple way to do this periodically – for example at the end of each school-semester. The feedback can be seen as an additional information that is given to the students where students are assessed by a teacher-team. In case exabis competencies block is also installed, assessment-categories can be made available from there. Students can print out their review at any time in the pdf-format.
This plugin displays a simple message to users who have visited. Users can log in, the message changes depending on the time from the last login. You can change the message language packs. Improvement plan accepted at any time.
A Quran recitation Block for Moodle, this is based on the open source jsQari plugin http://code.google.com/p/jsqari/ It is used for for playing the Quran ayahs in MP3 which are provided by Verse by Verse Quran.
This moodle block creates a chat interface for students and teachers to connect. It also provides a help desk chat interface for students to ask questions of the teachers/admins who are assigned as helpers and currently logged in. It also has plugins for multiple sharing tools that can be enabled.
Similar to the online users block, but this block uses the geographical information from users profiles to display the locations of online users on an OpenStreetMap or Google map. The geocoding of locations are cached in the Moodle database and updated when cron runs.
This block is dependent of another local plugin (https://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=local_applications) that allows users to manage applications and access them without leaving Moodle. This block list all the favorite applications of a user and allows him to add new applications or access the applications management page.
This block provides a form for teachers to book 1 to 1 appointments with Students on a class. The student can be notified of the appointment, and it will be added to both users' calendars.
This block provides a Google map search for places you uploaded via a csv file. For example you can upload a list of libraries of your country and then, the user can find the closest library for the given address of the user.
This block displays the courses enrolled by the users with the enrolled date. This block also displays the course transcripts once the user completes the course with any of the course completion criteria. Note: This block need the "certificate" module to be installed to get the transcripts.
Shows a teacher all of the unmarked work which has been submitted by their students across all of the courses they teach in. It's most useful when placed on the front page, and it allows the work to be viewed and graded through a pop-up interface, which then updates the block once the work is marked.
This free block allows students to search for, view, and apply to thousands of internships, part-time jobs, and entry-level positions, and also provides expanded and diversified on-campus job search and career development options.
This block provides a Welcome Area for Moodle courses that is unique by instructor instead of by course. This is useful for displaying information that is repeated by a teacher across a number of courses.
This block implements a project management tool create to be used with collaborative learning. It is integrated with group forum and chat. The main ideia is that students and teacher plan ther activities together.
pdf2submission is a plugin to automatically accept hand-written or hand-drawn documents (scanned image PDF) as Moodle assignment submissions (There is no need for each learner to upload the file to Moodle).
This plugin automatically awards pedagogic achievements to each user as they reach milestones along their way. Example : "10th login" medal. This plugin was developed by Andil as a part of their e-learning R&D program.
This is the Moodle 2 BFW-LMS integration plugin which integrates Moodle with BFW LMS (http://bfwpub.com/catalog/) This plugin will work with Moodle 2.x. It is developed as a Moodle plugin/block.
Extends the core Course Overview block to allow courses to be hidden, course overview information to be collapsed and expanded and the list of courses to be filtered.
A block to aid theme designers in customising the current theme by providing an in page CSS editor GUI. Using this block the user can select to add a rule, click on the part of the page they want to style and then use the friendly GUI to add styles to the item that was clicked on.
Enrolment Key Generator (EKG) is an administrative block (usable by teachers and above) which creates random course enrolment keys from lists of words, but with a number of configuration options if you are not keen on the defaults.
The Analytics and Recommendations block is a tool for students and teachers. It visually shows the student participation in each course activity and it shows recommendations for students about what activities they should work to improve their final grade.