Which One To Choose? Why Not All! New Moodle™ Plugins Of September

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Which One To Choose? Why Not All! New Moodle Plugins Of September
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With so many Moodle™ plugins available, it often gets to a point where searching for what you need is overwhelming. Over the years, we have compiled the add-ons that are most popular, functional and easy to implement. This is another compilation of well-rated plugins by the Moodle™ community, updated and compatible with Moodle™ 3.10.

Session Keepalive

https://moodle.org/plugins/local_session_keepalive

We know that Moodle™ has a limited timeout when users enter the platform. And if users do not load the page, Moodle™ automatically terminates the session.

This is difficult for a course creator because he has to decide the timeout so that users who log in do not have problems with the presentation of a test.

This Moodle™ plugin by Alexander Bias and Kathrin Osswald checks user activity that is not sent in the browser and keeps the user’s session active indefinitely. This is to prevent user input from being sent to the server after the user’s session has expired.

APCu Management

https://moodle.org/plugins/tool_apcu

APCu is a caching backend, it is kind of like a black box and does not provide a default administration interface.

This Moodle™ plugin create too by Alexander Bias and Kathrin Osswald adds an APC administration GUI as a tool. APCu Management Plugin.

HTML (on cohorts)

https://moodle.org/plugins/block_cohortspecifichtml

In Moodle™ there is an HTML block that allows adding HTML content to courses. However, the visibility of the block should be restricted to members of specific cohorts.

The HTML plugin (on cohorts) offers the possibility to selectively show the block to specific cohort members.

QuizExport

https://moodle.org/plugins/quiz_export

Maintained by Mallaury Gerard, Jean-Francois Vanass, Olivier Piton and Enaud Lemaire, the test report plugin exports test attempts as a PDF file. QuizExport

Structured feedback

https://moodle.org/plugins/assignfeedback_structured

This structured feedback plugin allows teachers to define the number of criteria when giving individual feedback comments for a student. The plugin is enabled automatically depending on the defined criteria.

This plugin is maintained by Tony Bluter and Ruslan Kabalin.

Event Reminders

https://moodle.org/plugins/local_reminders

Reminders are useful for both students and teachers to notify them of their scheduled events and activities before the set date.

This Moodle™ plugin will automatically send email reminders for Moodle™ calendar events in a timely manner. Local_reminders

Questions Bulk Update

https://moodle.org/plugins/local_questionbulkupdate

This plugin is used to update questions after importing from formats, which do not enable specification of the given numbering or rating. The plugin is maintained by Vadim Dvorovenko.

Accessibility

https://moodle.org/plugins/block_accessibility

Customize Moodle™ according to your needs. Change the text size and color scheme with this plugin. The settings have the option to be saved to be retained across sessions. This is maintained by Brickfield Education Labs.

Board

https://moodle.org/plugins/mod_board

This plugin is developed and maintained by Brickfield Education and Mike Churchward. This Moodle™ add-on consists of enabling a post-it board activity for students.

Disclaimer: LMSPulse is part of Open LMS. Plugin mentions on this website should not be seen as endorsements by Open LMS or any team members. Please look into Moodle plugins carefully before implementing them into production.

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