Face-to-face activities are used to keep track of in-person (e.g. classroom) trainings which require advance booking.
Each activity is offered in one or more identical sessions. These sessions can be given over multiple days.
Reminder messages are sent to users and their managers a few days before the session is scheduled to start. Confirmation messages are sent when users sign-up for a session or cancel.
This module may be of interest to administrators looking for a way to provide event management support for blended learning environments.
This plugin adds course level settings for recompletion - clearing all course and activity completion for a user based on the duration set notifying the student they need to return to the course and recomplete it.
This auth plugin combines the best of both email based signup and self enrolment keys into a streamlined process making it much faster for students to get into a course. For the student it saves around 9-10 clicks and avoids context switching between a browser and their email client where they can become easily become disengaged or run into issues if their email is unavailable.
This plugin plugin allows site administrators to trigger external actions such as an http request or email when certain events happen in Moodle. Filters can be added to check if the event meets certain conditions and actions(email/http post) can include information contained within the Moodle event. Lookups can also be added to the workflow to allow information not contained within the Moodle event to be exposed to the external action.
A lock statistics admin tool, specifically tailored to report on cron task timings.
This tool exposes which tasks are currently running and where, and also shows a detailed history of how long each task has taken in the past.
Using Multiblock you can collect all those blocks together and use 'one block's
worth' of space and put all those blocks into the one space with one of several
layouts, whether it's tabs or an accordion, or something else. Several preset
layouts are bundled with Multiblock.
A Moodle admin tool adding Web Analytics to your Moodle site. The plugin currently supports following analytics tools: Matomo (formerly Piwik), Google Universal Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Legacy Analytics (soon deprecated by Google)
This plugin allows Moodle to use Elasticsearch as the search engine for Moodle's Global Search.
The following features are provided by this plugin: Multiple versions of Elasticsearch, File indexing, Request signing, compatible with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Respects Moodle Proxy settings, Image recognition and webservices.
A REStful webservice plugin for Moodle LMS
This plugin allows Moodle's webservice interface to operate in a more RESTFul way.
Instead of each webservice call having a URL query parameter define what webservice function to use, webservice functions are made available by discrete URLs.
This plugin is based on the core tool_cohortroles plugin and allows the selection of a role rather than an individual to assign a manager/mentor/parent to a user.
If a user is assigned the selected role at any level - (site/course/category etc) they will be assigned as the mentor/manager/parent to all users within the cohorts selected they are also a member of.
A load balancer heartbeat / health checker url, and also a configurable nagios compliant cron health checker.
This should work out of the box with most load balancers, eg Amazon ELB, F5, HA proxy etc as most of these simply check the http status for 200 or non-200 response codes.
This plugin allows an admin to create a Custom Security Policy (CSP) in both reporting mode and enforcing mode. A simple use case is to detect and cleanup issues with non secure content after a migration from http to https, through to advanced policies to mitigate from XSS attacks.
This is a Moodle plugin which adds Multi-Factor authentication (MFA), also known as Two-factor authentication (2FA) on top of your existing chosen authentication plugins.
This is a file converter plugin for Moodle. The primary function of this plugin is to convert student submissions into the PDF file format, to allow teachers to use the annotate PDF functionality of Moodle. With this plugin you are in control of the conversion process and architecture.
A tool for enforcing various security standards and guidelines for passwords for Moodle. This plugin aims for compliance with the Australian Information Security Manual (currently May 2019), and above that, the NIST standards from the document 800-63B. Many of the controls are optional and user configurable, with the most safe values set by default, but allow for great customization for any configuration, while enforcing safe, sensible guidelines for passwords.
This password checks also include securely testing for potentially compromised passwords using:
This plugin adds a framework for adding and enforcing security questions for users to perform a password reset. Currently it only operates on the Moodle Core 'Forgot Password' page, however it is easily extensible to other forms.
NOTE: This plugin only has native compatability with Moodle 3.8. For Moodle 3.7, MDL-66173 must be cherry-picked to allow the plugin to interact with Moodle. See Readme for more detailed instructions
Allows staff and students to see enrolments they have in external systems (or other Moodle's). This was predominately created to allow links between archived and separated instances of Moodle, but keep the separation hidden to the users. Handy if you also have single-sign on between the systems, as it allows them to jump to external courses without having to login again.
There is a growing collection of various moodle plugins that require these Azure libraries in order to work. We don't want to have multiple copies of these libraries bundled into each plugin, firstly because they are quite large, but also because it can cause issues with library namespaces and php auto loading.
Plugins that depend on this library are: