This Moodle course format displays each section in a tab
The tab display module allows you to setup your information in a tabbed format. This helps to clean up your course by combining several resources into Tabs.
OOHOO Text to Speech is a Moodle block that reads outloud the content of a resource
This repository allows users to record video, sound and take a photo WITHOUT a streaming server. This works as any other Moodle 2.x repository. It must first be enabled. Once enabled, it will show up in the file picker. Simply click on the "Capture" repository and choose if you want to record a sound, a video or have a picture taken from your webcam. Once you are done recording, you can edit your video by trimming the beginning and the end.
OOHOO Course Search does a complete search of all content in a course including: - Section Name and description - All activities (including all new plugins that you setup in the future) based on the "name", "intro" and "content" fields The result appears as a list of links.
This filter is required for the oohoo Pop-up Dictionary block. OOHOO Pop-up Dictionary is a Moodle package that gives the students the possibility to double click on any word within a Moodle HTML resource and retrieve its definition from an online dictionary chosen by the teacher.
OOHOO Pop-up Dictionary is a Moodle package that gives the students the possibility to double click on any word within a Moodle HTML resource and retrieve its definition from an online dictionary chosen by the teacher. Note that the plugin is separated into two downloads: filter and block.
This course format displays a course in a calendar format.
This is a new version (v3) of what used to be MoodLL. Basically, this replaces the traditional cassette tape language lab. There is a module for students to record themselves and teachers to review and grade the work. This version also includes a class monitor. So, if a teacher uses it inside the classroom, he/she can monitor student progress the same way they used the traditional language lab by listening to live streams of the students, responding live to students, giving a thumbs up and so on.