Other: CLOZE Editor
Here's a demonstrator (which can also be used to create your own CLOZE quizzes):
Installation for Moodle 2.5 onwards
The plugin can be deployed from within Moodle, by uploading the cloze editor ZIP file (see http://docs.moodle.org/25/en/Installing_add-ons#Installing_via_uploaded_ZIP_file). Under "Plugins/Install add-ons", choose "Editor TinyMCE / tinymce (tinymce)" as "Plugin type". Select the cloze editor ZIP-package for Moodle 2.4+ (which you should have previously downloaded) and follow Moodle's instructions.
Installation for Moodle 2.4 (works also in 2.5, 2.6)
The plugin uses the standard TinyMCE plugin architecture. Simply drop the contents of the ZIP-file into (yourmoodle)/lib/editor/tinymce/plugins, go to "Notifications" and install. The CLOZE-editor button will only show for teachers, but in all interfaces (not just the question interface). For students, it will be hidden.
Installation for Moodle 2.0, 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3)
2. copy to the contents of the directory to the directory lib/editor/tinymce on your Moodle installation, keeping the directory structure.
The following files in your installation will be OVERWIRTTEN with mod'd files (so make sure to BACK THEM UP):
The CLOZE-editor button will only show for teachers, but in all interfaces (not just the question interface). For students, it will be hidden.
Installation for Moodle 1.9 version
2. copy to your moodleroot directory, keeping the directory structure
The following files in your installation will be overwritten with mod'd files from the Moodle 1.912 standard package (so make sure to BACK THEM UP):
* Overwriting weblib.php is OPTIONAL:
If you choose to include this modified weblib.php, the CLOZE-editor button will only show for teachers, and only in question-interfaces. In any other editor instances, and for students, it will be hidden. If you refrain from overwriting weblib.php, it will still work, but the editor button will be visible in EVERY editor instance for teachers, but not for students.