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 supports Moodle Mobile App and also 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...
Moodle plugin which sorts a category page automatically as soon as a course has been added or modified
Poodll WordCards is a word learning Moodle plugin. Words or phrases to be learnt are introduced with each instance of the activity. Students learn and review words by completing listen-and-type, choose-the-answer, speechcards or type-the-words tasks
This block for Moodle gives an access to the own historical data sent by the moodle's logstore_xapi and tincanlaunch plugins to the LRS of Annulab. A free subscription at https://lrsdata.com is required. The LRS allows anyone who is connected to import his own data in a JSON format file archived into a ZIP file
The “local metadata” plugin has been created to allow extra, “metadata” to be defined and assigned to various context level elements in Moodle. It is an abstraction of the current “user profile field” functionality in Moodle and contains much of the same code. This was written for the MUA as a proof of concept for a project to add extra profile data to courses, to see whether one metadata function could be used for multiple Moodle contexts. It is currently in Beta, and is open for participation and discussion.
Question type subplugin for concordance.
Module allowing the management of a learning by concordance activity, including the management of the panel of experts and the compilation of the answers.
Custom Survey Creation
Moodle plugin which tries to overcome some fixed appearance behaviours of Boost's nav drawer in a clean way
Moodle Boost child theme which is intended to meet the needs of university campuses and adds several features and improvements.
Contact Form is a Moodle plugin that allows your site to process and send information submitted through HTML web forms to the site's support email address or primary administrator if the support email address is not defined.
This plugin is a shell plugin that has dependencies on all Office 365 plugins. This helps keep related plugins together.
The OpenID Connect plugin provides single-sign-on functionality using configurable identity providers.
The FilterCodes filter enables Moodle content creators to easily customize and personalize site and course content using over 130 plain text tags. Version 2.1 introduces 15 new FilterCodes including conditional tags for groups, cohorts and site managers; two Moodle Workplace specific tags, new date format options, alert UI boxes and much more.
The Download Center plugin (local/downloadcenter) enables all users to download all files, folders as well as all documents of student folders of an entire course as a ZIP archive with a clear folder structure.
With the module student folder (mod/publication) students can upload documents which can be made visible by teachers.
The gradereport gradedist module allows for viewing the distribution of student grades for a course regarding the current grade letter boundaries as well as changing these to shift the distribution.
A course format which displays course topics as "Tiles", in a grid rather than as a list. When clicked, tile content is displayed under the tile with an animated transition. The layout adapts to different screen sizes and orientations. Within each tile, activities can also be set to display as "sub-tiles". For each tile, the teacher can pick an icon from a predefined set, or upload a background photo.
Enrol users upon completion of a course.
The all-or-nothing multiple choice question is a version of the core multi-answer multiple choice question with modified grading. In an all-or-nothing multiple choice question, a respondent can choose one or more answers. If the chosen answers correspond exactly to the correct choices defined in the question, the respondent gets 100%. If he/she chooses any incorrect choices or does not select all of the correct choices, the grade is 0%.
Radically different, beautifully executed, and intelligently designed. Rebel is a unique and modern Boost-based theme that isn't afraid to be simple. Rebel's intuitive layout is a refreshing take on a modern LMS where the focus is on learning.
Diary is based on a highly modified version of the Journal plugin. It allows a user to create one or more entries for almost any day. Each entry can be individually rated, with results being shown based on the selected aggregate type of rating. If the, Edit all, setting is enabled, the user can edit any entry. When, Edit all, is disabled, the user can edit only the entry for the current day. If the, Edit entry dates, setting is enabled, the user can create one or more entries for almost any date. If it is disabled, the user can create only one entry on a new calendar day. Weekly course format can use the, Days available, setting to control entry edit access. Open time and Close time, can be used for other course formats, to control entry edit access. When a Diary is closed but accessed by the user, it will automatically display all entries made by the user, along with the rating as well as the date and time the activity was closed for editing. A teacher can still rate and provide feedback to entries when a Diary is closed for editing. Diary now includes new tool buttons on the report page for, Sort ascending, and, Sort descending, as well as the diary name and sort order label.
In order for the MEDIAL Video Assignment Activity to launch from the text editor you must install this TinyMCE Plugin. MEDIAL Video Assignment Activity allows Teachers and Students to create and respond to Video Assignments that are uploaded and cataloged in MEDIAL (a video streaming media library) rather than Moodle itself
In order for the MEDIAL Video Assignment Activity to launch from the text editor you must install this Atto Plugin. MEDIAL Video Assignment Activity allows Teachers and Students to create and respond to Video Assignments that are uploaded and cataloged in MEDIAL (a video streaming media library) rather than Moodle itself
This plugin allows Teachers and Students to create and respond to Video Assignments that are uploaded and cataloged in MEDIAL rather than Moodle itself
This plugin allows Teachers / Lecturers to give video or audio feedback to assignments that have been submitted using the MEDIAL Video Assignment Plugin
This plugin allows Teachers / Lecturers to upload video or audio files to MEDIAL using a specific MEDIAL Activity which then creates a link to the video or audio file on the course page
A block to show the users a summary (like a table of contents) of a course with section names and a list of all resources and activities. If activity completion is used in the course, course navigation block will display a circle (either empty or green)
Allow administrators to export the site settings to .xml presets, import and load other sites presets.