Event reminders plugin updated for #Moodle 3.0

June 27th, 2016

Event reminders plugin for Moodle has been updated to a new version compatible for Moodle 3.0. Event reminder plugin for Moodle can be used to automatically send the reminders for Moodle calendar events in a timely manner via Moodle message interface. Read More

Checklist module for Moodle, Now updates instantly when activities are completed

September 25th, 2015

Checklist Module for Moodle allows the teacher to create the checklist / todo list / task list for their students to work through and then the students or teachers can check-off each item as they are completed.

Checklist module for Moodle 2.9 has been updated and now it updates the activities instantly when activities are completed instead of waiting for the next cron run. Now, Moodle completion + ‘complete from logs’ both are  handled via events. Read More

Inactive User Cleanup tool updated for Moodle 2.9

September 10th, 2015

Inactive User Cleanup plugin has been updated recently for Moodle 2.8 & 2.9 versions. The Inactive User Cleanup plugin, which is maintained by Arindam GHosh and Dualcube Team, deletes inactive user accounts. This cleanup process runs with Moodle cron job. Read More

New plugin – One tool for all CSV based approaches – Global CSV feeding for Moodle

July 19th, 2015

Another plugin updated recently on the Moodle plugins database is the Global CSV feeding for Moodle which concentrates on all CSV based approaches for feeding massively Moodle with initializations as courses, users, and enrollments, completing all existing mechanisms with missing parts (cron automation, failure reports, tryback files, archiving, CSV files repository and selection, instant upload and run). Read More

Subcourse activity module updated for Moodle 2.9

July 19th, 2015

The subcourse activity module which is actively maintained by David Mudrak, Matt Gibson & Vadim Dvorovenko has been updated for Moodle 2.9 version.

The subcourse activity module provides very simple yet useful functionality. When added into a course, it behaves as a graded activity. The grade for each student is took from a final grade in another course. This allows course designers to organize the learning content into separate units. Read More