Different forms of assignment submissions. Assignment submission were introduced in Moodle 2.3.
This plugin allows students to work on an assignment in OneNote. This includes creating a OneNote page associated with an assignment submission, saving student's work from OneNote into Moodle as a zip package containing the HTML and any associated images contained in the submission, and recreating the OneNote page from the zip package saved in Moodle if necessary.
This plugin allows Teachers / Lecturers to upload video or audio files to Helix Media Library through the existing assignment activity
The PoodLL Assignment Submission allows students to record audio or video, or draw/upload pictures as assignment submissions. It requires the PoodLL filter to also be installed.
The YouTube assignment submission allows students to record or upload videos directly into YouTube from within an assignment. The video file is stored on YouTube, though it is accessible from Moodle. This allows students to submit long videos, videos in different formats and to use almost any PC or device.
This plugin allows students to record their voices and/or their faces (using their microphones and webcams) and get evaluations from the grades assessment module by teacher. Using the Babelium server, users can assess each other in a collaborative way (in future versions this collaborative feature will be directly integrated in the plugin).
This allows a teacher to annotate and return PDF files that have been submitted by students. Teachers can add and position comments and draw lines, ovals, stamps, rectangles and highlights onto the student's work, from within the browser.