Day One: Cohort Auto Roles Management
Add roles to specific users automatically whenever you create a new cohort. The roles can cover several courses or the whole Moodle site.
Day Two: Reset Completion
Let students reset a course to clear all record of his activity. Useful for privacy or to get a second chance.
Day Three: Moodle Plugin Skeleton Generator
Build a shell or “code skeleton” to create new plugins. Fill out a form to generate baseline plugin code. This project is the result of Google Summer of Code 2016.
Day Four: Enrolments Grabber
Create “enrollment instances” for students to join, after which you can “grab” onto any existing or new course to add everyone into.
Day Five: Outage Manager
Increase understanding and control outages, and make planned outages more palatable to users through warnings and walkthroughs.
Day Six: Heartbeat Check
Perform a quick test of critical services: files, databases, caches and sessions. If you use a load balancer, it checks it too. IT infrastructure monitor Nagios compliant.
Day Seven: SAML2 SSO Auth
Let your students bypass the log-in form if they are already authenticated with a SAML 2.0 authority service, like a university or forum site.
Day Eight: Resource Notification
Automatically notifies students whenever you or any authorized party adds new resources to a Moodle course via internal messaging. Filters available.
Day Nine: Masonry Topics Format
Day Ten: Klassenbuch
Expand on the Book Activity with features like email updates, tree-view structure and PDF export. It auto saves your book as you make it to prevent data loss.
Day Eleven: Portfolio
Let students showcase their work on your course from right within. You can define the layout. It can double as an assignment activity with grading.
Day Twelve: MRBS
Book meetings, rooms and resources. It allows multiple calendar views, permission levels and reporting. Based on the Open Meeting Room Booking Software.
Without a doubt, Moodle is the free and open gift that keeps on giving, openly.
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