The goal of this activity is to bring the aspect of game-based-learning into Moodle-courses. The way the acitivity works is that two of our exagames are based upon quizzes given to students within a Moodle course (braingame and exaclick), one activity links games created with the OpenSource-platform gamelabs.at directly into Moodle courses. See readme.txt for further instructions.
The game activity module makes use of questions, quizzes and glossaries to create offer a variety of interactive games.
Outdoor, indoor and virtual-map treasure-chases with geolocation and QR codes. This module for Moodle allows to organize outdoor-serious-games with your students. TreasureHunt implements a browser-based play application (no need to install any native app) and a geographical editor for encoding the stages of the game. The game can be configured with a range of options that make the module to be very flexible and useful in many situations: individual/team, moving/desktop-marking, scoring from time, position, completion, etc. Languages: Chinese, English, German, Greek, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, more to come...
The Scratch filter allows you to embed Scratch games into labels, forums, or web pages automatically - wherever you create a link to a .sb Scratch file that has been uploaded onto the Moodle server (either as an attachment to a forum post, or as a course file).
Quizventure is an activity module that loads quiz questions from the course it's added to. The possible answers come down as space ships and you have to shoot the correct one.
An activity module that allows teachers to find and add NLN Learning Objects to their Moodle courses with a minimum of effort. Originally developed by Xtensis.co.uk as a Moodle 1.8 resource type, the "Noodle" plugin ceased to be maintained when the NLN Materials website changed hands in July 2011. This new development is a direct conversion of the original plugin into a Moodle 2.x activity module.
This local plugin introduces the application concept into Moodle, allowing users to add, edit, remove, or access external applications without leaving Moodle.