eduMessenger is an instant messenger that's main purpose is connecting students and teachers in educational environments! eduMessenger uses Moodle as a background-tool to provide the messaging functionality to anyone who hosts their own Moodle instance as a basement for their groups and data.
Moodle Plugin that helps organizing submissions for events like conferences. Add a "confman"-Activity to a course and you can specify a timerange when submissions are possible. You are given a link that can be shared outside moodle to allow external people (also without Moodle-Login) to submit submissions for your event. Everybody in your course that has instructor-role is allowed to manage all submissions. Everybody in your course that has student-role is allowed to comment submissions.
Submitters can manage their own submissions using a unique link that is given to them.
This plugin allows to manage a moodle based decentralized helpdesk with three support levels. It basically works with Moodle forums. The 1st level support works on course level, so you can create as many support courses as you like (in our case we have a bunch of schools in our Moodle, each school has its own support course).
All 2nd and 3rd level support members get access to certain discussions in those forums, after the 1st level support forwarded an issue.
This block works together with the availability condition "gps" and allows a user to determine the current gps location. The location is stored in the current session and is used by the availability condition. Furthermore the block can show the locations in a course by list or on an interactive map.
This is an extension to the normal shibboleth authentication plugin and allows users to decide if they want to have a new account created based on their shibboleth login, or if they want to link the shibboleth-login to an existing account.