Ever needed to complete a bunch of users who studied externally? That’s what this admin tool is for. It can manually enrol users if need be.
You can import completion results (as overrides) for any activity type (including custom plugins) using a simple CSV format.
You can also run this from the CLI – for externally scheduled result transfers or similar advanced functionality.
This plugin will backup and restore all courses in a given category over to a new category. It will modify the idnumber field to ensure new courses have a unique value.
This takes the tedium out of re-versioning a set of courses for a new condition – such as a semester.
Moodle themes are pretty restricted. Boost, the buiit-in theme is highly opinionated and won’t let you change very much at all. Boost Campus was created to address some of Boost’s many shortcomings, as was Boost Navigation Fumbling, which lets you edit the menus and navigation items. Boost Campus Extra is a little place to tweak all the shortcomings of Boost Campus such as being able to show the “big” logo for a site, and give more context to CSS rules.
This Moodle plugin lets you restrict access to an activity based on an external condition stored in a LRS (Learning Record Store) which is calculated using an xAPI call.
Say for instance your course required a user to participate in a scheduled face-to-face activity in which attendance is recorded. Then based on attendance, you want to release an activity or section for those people. You could set your attendance tracking application to post a status to a LRS for the user when they were marked off as attending, then Moodle would be able to pick it up as an activity condition and release the content.
A moodle filter for automatically linking images to activities. This is useful when you want an image-based menu at the top of your course that links to hidden activities.
The image also gets an icon added over the top to signify whether or not the activity has been completed.