A Moodle block to display a QR code link that leads to the course page. The QR code can be downloaded by teachers, e.g. to put them into introductory slides. A custom logo can be shown within the QR code.
Course Life Cycle is a moodle plugin, which has the purpose to help you with the execution of reoccurring tasks on your moodle platform. Possible use cases are (not limited to):
Deleting courses at end of life (including asking teachers for permission).
Doing a rollover at the end of a semester.
Automatically setting an end date for courses.
A non-linear, non-chronological discussion forum. Similar to the forum activity, but focuses on straightforward question-and-answer discussions. Additionally, users rate posts and gain a rating score ("reputation") by being rated by other users. Users who have started a discussion can mark an answer as helpful; and teachers can mark a post as a (correct) solution to the posed question.
This Module lets you add an activity to courses, in which users can rate choices. You may then distribute the users fairly to the choices by maximizing overall 'happiness' in terms of ratings.
This may be an alternative to the choice activity or first-come-first-served.
This activity module provides a document editor for real-time collaboration. Changes to a document are immediately reflected for other users who are accessing the same document. Moodle users can collaborate on simple text files, word, spreadsheet and presentation documents or upload a document.
The plugin requires a self-hosted Collabora Online Server (CODE) that is accessed using the so-called WOPI protocol.
This block can be used to link moodle courses to opencast series. Users with respective priviledges (in the following called teacher) can use this block to upload videos to moodle. These videos are transmitted to the opencast system by the cronjob and create a event for the respective series there. The block can be automatically set the access privileges of moodle user enrolled in the course.
This tool provides API functions as well as general settings for the different opencast tools (e.g. block_opencast, filter_opencast, repository_opencast) and is required by them.
The tool stores the relation between courses and series ids and offers webservice endpoints for the opencast role provider.
Enhance collaboration by providing shared folders to your students automatically. No need to collect Dropbox or ownCloud e-mail addresses anymore: Just add it to a course and select the groups that should collaborate. ownCloud/Nextcloud will privately share one folder per group to its members!
This is a tool that enables Moodle to use an ONLYOFFICE server for converting documents. For example, this is useful in assignment submissions. In combination with an ONLYOFFICE server, submitted text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations are automatically converted to PDF to simplify the grading workflow.
This plugin offers a new form element for moodle forms.
The form element is a file upload field, which uploads one file as multiple small chunks.
While uploading the form element shows a progress bar to the user.