Now create embedded answer questions (Cloze) in Moodle using this new plugin #Moodleplugins

August 17th, 2016

Few days ago, we posted about the development and the feedback required for the Cloze (Embedded Answer) editor plugin for Atto text editor developed by German Valero and Daniel Thies. Now the plugin is released as a stable plugin in the Moodle plugins database. Read More

Feedback Required – Atto Cloze Editor plugin for #Moodle

August 3rd, 2016

Daniel Thies along with German Valero had shared the Atto Cloze editor plugin for Moodle with the Moodle community seeking the feedback on usability and on documentation and additional features of the plugin. Read More

Check out this cool new plugin to import moodle questions into glossary entries and vice versa #Moodleplugins

July 27th, 2016

Daniel Thies has developed a coll new tool for all Moodle users which allows teachers and administrators to easily convert between glossary entries and quiz questions. The plugin named “Moodle glossary entries” is a question format plugin which can be used to convert between quiz questions and glossary entries. Read More

#MoodleWish – Penalize students for delayed quiz attempt using these plugins #MoodlePlugins

May 31st, 2016

It was a long pending wishlist to provide a grade deduction mechanism in Moodle activities to penalize the students for late attempt/submission. Daniel Thies from Concordia College, Alabama has come up with a solution for penalizing students for attempting the quiz after the due date. Read More

Mathslate for TinyMCE updated for Moodle 2.9

April 26th, 2015

Mathslate for TinyMCE is a plugin which adds the mathematical editor mathslate to the popular TinyMCE text editor toolbar. In the last week the plugin is updated to version 1.1 to support all Moodle versions from Moodle 2.6 onwards including the upcoming Moodle 2.9 version. Read More

New plugin: Atto Toggle Preview

March 11th, 2015

Sometimes while writing content using the Moodle’s text editor it is quite difficult to assess the output of the text as it is dependent on the order of the text filters. Now, there is plugin Atto Toggle Preview available for you on the Moodle Plugins database to quickly assess the results of the text content entered in any text area. This feature is handy especially in developmental and debugging situations, thanks to Daniel Thies for such a nice piece of work. Read More