Repositories are databases of files and content. These plugins allow Moodle to connect to them, so that users can search repositories and bring this content into Moodle.
Join the discussions about repository plugins in the Repositories forum.
This plugin allows the user to browse their OneNote Online content, such as notebooks, sections, and pages using the Moodle file picker UI. It also allows them to download the content of their OneNote page.
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 plugin provides access to OneDrive for business as a repository. It can also access SharePoint sites set up by local_o365 for each Moodle course, which serve as a shared repository for teachers.
The Helix Media Library repository plugin for Moodle 2.x allows a Helix Media Library content repository to be searched from within Moodle. *** This plugin has been superseded by the Helix Media Library Activity and Assignment Activity Plugins ***
The 'Flickr public (Xpert)' repository allows a user to attribute an image returned via the Flickr API to the copyright holder. This is restricted to images licensed under the Creative Commons "Attribution CC BY" license. This is accomplished by appending the copyright notice below the image itself.
Create a Mailbox for your Moodle Instance (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org / moodleXY@gmail.com). Users can send mails to this mail-Address and import email-attachments from their mails as files.
Along with the Ensemble Video Moodle Filter Plugin, this plugin makes it easier for Moodle users to add videos and playlists to content without having to navigate to Ensemble Video and copy/paste complicated embed codes. Once setup, you should see two additional repositories under Insert Moodle media in the Moodle content editor, one for choosing videos and another for choosing playlists from the configured Ensemble Video installation.
This repository allows you to record audio or video directly into your Moodle HTML areas. It also allows students to draw pictures or take webcam "snaps." The widget repository allow students to add "PoodLL widgets" such as stopwatches and flashcards to Moodle activities.
This repository allows users to record video, sound and take a photo WITHOUT a streaming server. This works as any other Moodle 2.x repository. It must first be enabled. Once enabled, it will show up in the file picker. Simply click on the "Capture" repository and choose if you want to record a sound, a video or have a picture taken from your webcam. Once you are done recording, you can edit your video by trimming the beginning and the end.
A simple repository moodle plugin that allows the user to search and import clipart images from openclipart.org. The plugin displays the most recent additions to openclipart.org when first opened and the user must do a search to find images they wish to use.