A question type that allows question authors to set programming questions in which the student answer is code in some programming language, which is graded by running it. More generally it can handle any question to which the answer is text that can be graded by a computer program written by the question author.
The all-or-nothing multiple choice question is a version of the core multi-answer multiple choice question with modified grading. In an all-or-nothing multiple choice question, a respondent can choose one or more answers. If the chosen answers correspond exactly to the correct choices defined in the question, the respondent gets 100%. If he/she chooses any incorrect choices or does not select all of the correct choices, the grade is 0%.
The GeoGebra question type plugin allows teachers to set up questions which can be solved and automatically checked using GeoGebra.
This question type also supports randomization of the applet and automatic and manual grading.
This question type (for the Moodle quiz module) aims at a more advanced system of student's response analysis, through the use of regular expresssions. This question type is an extension of the SHORTANSWER type. It can be used on its own and can also be incorporated into the existing Cloze (embedded) question type.
An audio/video recording question type for Moodle. It uses HTML5 audio and video recording on supported browsers, and falls back to flash and other technologies where required. It is also possible to provide responses to questions using the Poodll whiteboard feature. It requires the Poodll filter be installed. Recording from mobile devices is also supported.
The main difference from the standard Moodle multiple choice question type is in the way that grading works. When creating the question, the teacher just indicates which choices are correct. If there are n correct choices, then the student scores 1/n for each correct choice. If they select too many choices, then incorrect choices outweigh correct ones.
VPL Questions are questions that can fit within a Moodle quiz. They are intended to create small to medium coding exercises, based on the Virtual Programming Lab plugin.
They are designed to offer a simple interface for students, while keeping the power and versatility of Virtual Programming Labs.
The splitset question is alike a matrix question but with simpler model. Il allows layouting a serie of questions with a common set of possible answers (f.e. yes/no, allowed/not allowed, less/more/equal ...).
Multi True false in one stem (question).
Brief: The MC question type as it exists in Moodle is not very ideal, since you can only configure questions which are not very well designed regarding best practices of MC questions.
Teachers can have more than one true/false question in same stem. this saves creating new questions for each stem. especially when it comes to an essay followed by many questions.
Quiz question type for automatically graded programming questions. Java questions using JUnit can be created directly in Moodle. Other questions need to be imported as ProFormA tasks (https://github.com/ProFormA/proformaxml).
Plugin requires the qbehaviour_adaptiveexternalgrading plugin and ProFormA Praktomat (https://github.com/elearning-ostfalia/Proforma-Praktomat).
Question type created by Dan Stowell.
The student draw a molecule as a response to a question using the editor and that response is graded by comparing against various model answers.
A question that could check student's response against several regular expressions and could give next character and next word hints.
If you do not know what regular expression is, it could also work like Moodle Shortanswer question with hints, just choose "Moodle shortanswer" as notation and you could enter answers just like in shortanswer question type.
Hallo Moodle Users. We have developed a new question-type called javaunittest and want to share it with the community. The plugin is a new version of the sojunit questtion type developed by Süreç Özcan for Moodle 1.8 (https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=102690).
The Lewis structure question type allows teachers to design problems in which students must assign formal charges or add lone pair electrons/radicals to atoms in molecules. This question type requires Marvin Applets by Chemaxon.
This plugin allows for external tasks to be included in a quiz, followed by manual grading. External tasks are anything that is done outside Moodle - e.g. edit a spreadsheet, compose an email, paint a wall...
This question type deals with key signatures and may be useful for music theory instruction. The respondent is given a tonality and is prompted to enter the corresponding key signature. A question bank is included, including all major and minor keys in treble and bass clefs. Answers are entered in a graphical user interface.
The Cloud Poodll audio video recording question allows students to record audio or video directly into Moodle quizzes. It has no dependencies and recordings are stored in the Poodll cloud. The teacher has a choice of audio and video recorders to use. It supports time limits.
A question type that is answered by drawing a structure in the ChemDoodle Web Sketcher. The drawing is converted to InChI and compared to the given answer(s).
The teacher can give multiple correct or semi-correct answers.
Requires OpenBabel to be installed (in /usr/local/bin/obabel or else the code needs amending in question.php).
Curved Arrow / Electron Pushing question can be used to test and strengthen students knowledge of reaction mechanism, resonance and curved arrow notation. This plugin requires Marvin Applets from Chemaxon.
This question type deals with musical scales and may be useful for music theory instruction. The respondent is given a key and tonic, and is prompted to enter a scale. A question bank is included, including all major and minor scales, with and without a key signature. Answers are entered in a graphical user interface.
The “Universitat de Barcelona” (University of Barcelona) through its “Programa de Mejora e Innovación Docente” (Programme of Educational Improvement and Innovation) offers the community a new question type for Moodle called UBhotspot. This new type of question allows the teacher to create multiple areas or spots within an image for self-evaluation.