Poodll is a toolbox of features for Moodle, including audio and video recording, media players for the classroom and widgets such as tabs and stopwatches. The Poodll filter is a pre-requisite plugin for the Poodll Assignment plugins, Poodll Recording Question type, Poodll Atto/TinyMCE plugins. Poodll Repository and Poodll Database Activity Field.
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 "draw pictures" as responses to questions, using the Poodll whiteboard feature. It requires the Poodll filter be installed. Recording from mobile devices is also supported.
This repository allows you to record audio or video directly into your Moodle HTML areas. It also allows students to draw pictures or take webcam "snaps."
Poodll Anywhere for TinyMCE allows the user to record audio and video or draw pictures, or snap pictures, directly into forum posts, assignment descriptions, page resource content, question descriptions, question responses and other areas.
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.
Poodll Anywhere(Atto) allows the user to record audio and video or draw pictures, or snap pictures, directly into forum posts, assignment descriptions, page resource content, question descriptions, question responses and other areas.
The Poodll Feedback type allows teachers to respond via video and audio recordings, and pictures to assignmentsubmissions.
The Poodll database field allows the database activity to accept video, audio, snapshot and whiteboard submissions. It requires the Poodll filter to also be installed.
An audio/video recording assignment type for Moodle 2.x It either uses a "cloud" based recording server, or a standalone MP3 recorder. There is also a "Draw a picture" submission option. It requires the PoodLL filter to be installed and enabled.
Poodll Read Aloud is an online testing system designed to assist teachers in evaluating their students' reading fluency as WPM(Words Correct Per Minute) scores. It features automated evaluation of students using AI and HTML5 recording via Cloud Poodll. It has no dependencies on other plugins.
An audio and video recorder for Moodle. The recordings are stored in the cloud and can be automatically subtitled (English, French, Spanish or Italian). Administrators can choose from recorder skins, and use Moodle capabilities to control the display of icons. Cloud Poodll for Atto is not dependent on any other plugin.
Poodll Subtitle is a simple subtitle editor for audio and video files in Moodle.
Cloud Poodll Assignment Submission allows students to record audio or video as assignment submissions. It has no dependencies. The recordings are stored in the Poodll cloud and the teacher has a choice of audio and video recorders to use.
Adaptable is a highly customisable responsive two column theme designed for use on both large University installations as well as small training companies.
Generico is a simple filter for creating templates of code snippets and text that can be inserted into Moodle text areas.
VideoEasy is a filter to play mp4, mp3 and other media files with html5 players. It uses user editable templates to allow the admin to customize the appearance of existing players or to support new players. Predefined player templates support Video JS, JPlayer, JW Player, Flowplayer and MediaElement.js
The Blog Export portfolio plugin allows Moodle users to export certain activities and items to their own Moodle blog. This allows the Moodle blog to act as an internal Portoflio.
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 is a simple template which demonstrates how to show the current user's name and picture on the page.
Creates a music score from abc mark up.
Lightbox 2 will display any content between the tags in a lightbox.
The lightbox allows you to set a piece of text as a trigger, that when clicked displays content in a box above.
This uses highlight.js ( https://highlightjs.org ) to display code snippets nicely.
This displays a warning box with an icon and your text. It loads font-awesome from CDN.
The info box displays a text message with a font awesome icon. It loads font-awesome from CDN.
This displays a ribbon style alert message with the current user's name.
A simple QR code generator.
This will display a font-awesome icon.
Select the type of chart that you want, and other options.
Tabs separate content by heading and are an efficient way to organize data and avoid lots of scrolling.