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Moodle is a learning management system for producing Internet-based course Web sites. It is written in PHP and is easy to install and use on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, SunOS, BSD, and Netware 6. It has been designed to support modern pedagogies based on social constructionist theory, and includes ... [More]
This code is third-party or popular plugins, patches and tools for Moodle that are separate from the main codebase.
The eLesson Markup Language (eLML) is an open source XML framework for creating structured eLessons using XML. Thanks to a clean separation between content and layout eLML lessons can be transformed into many different formats and layouts. It supports the following output formats: XHTML, IMS Content ... [More]
Moodle is translated into over 70 languages by a dedicated corps of worldwide volunteers. Translation has actually been going on a lot longer than the stats here may suggest, because the language packs used to be part of the main Moodle code base.
RubyCampus is a relationship management system for admissions, strategic enrollment management and alumni development. It has been designed for higher education to organize an institutions mission and its priorities; to assist it in student recruitment, increasing enrollment yields while refining ... [More]
NWiki is the only wiki engine designed from scratch to be a part of a LMS. Its completely integrated with moodle and supports mediawiki markup, implements student grading and lots of features designed for educational use of wikis. NWiki will be distributed as the default wiki engine in Moodle 1.9 ... [More]
The Language Pack for the RubyCampus Relationship Management & Alumni Development platform for Higher Education contains the Ruby-GetText PO templates maintained by the projects translation team. These files represent the source state of the included MO binaries found in the locale folder ... [More]
A plugin for Moodle, which shows teachers all of their unmarked work in a block, so that they can see it and grade it without having to navigate all over the site.