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Pick and choose from hundreds of Totara and Moodle plugins so your LMS does everything you need and want To begin, educate yourself on some of the most used plugins. Our Totara and Moodle Plugins guide can be downloaded below to see how various plugins can be used to meet your learning and talent development strategies. Below you will also find information on some of the most popular plugins.
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Blended learning helps students and trainees feel more engaged with the material they’re assigned. It’s not at all surprising – when you replace or supplement a student’s textbook with an innovative way of looking at the material, you’re already going to get their attention. When it comes to the Moodle LMS, the following modules help students feel like they’re collaborating and learning in interesting ways.
With hundreds of Moodle plugins created by the open source community, it can be a tad daunting to know where to begin in considering and selecting the plugins that will benefit your learners the most. Download this guide to learn about Moodle plugins for: self-paced learning, blended learning, online compliance training and more!
Plugins for mobile features within Moodle or Apps.
Note that Moodle Mobile is not a replacement of the MyMobile or Bootstrap/Simple theme. Moodle Mobile offers offline contents, camera & audio features and (in a future) Push notifications. You can use Moodle Mobile app in combination with a Mobile theme.
Plugins that extend the reporting capabilities of Moodle.
Totara and Moodle 2.0 and later versions offers better overall course presentation and user experience. Thanks to constantly updating modules, the open source learning managements system makes it easier to view information, create lists, categorize activities and create easy-to-use checklists at the click of a button.
That’s our top five list of Moodle modules for version 2.0 and later, but perhaps you’ve got other ideas? If you think other Moodle modules are more deserving, feel free to leave a comment and explain why.
Open University Question Types.
Open University has developed and release a set of question types to be used within Moodles quiz activity. The question types expand on the standard available questions (true and false, multiple choice, short answer, etc) by adding new question formats to the quizzes.
Types of Questions