Contributed modules, plugins, filters

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What is a plugin?

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At present there is no plan to what gets added in here. Some of the code appears in the GIT, some appears in the database, some are in their own repository (like sourceforge or Google code).

Notes on various contributed code, plugins and filters

Marginalia: an annotation tool MOODLE 2.0 Ready

One of the main features of an online learning environment (OLE) that makes for efficiency and effectiveness is the ability to quickly create quality feedback for students. Marginalia is a Java based tool that helps with this. It creates a right hand side pane with highlighting in the main page and comments in the pane. The main use is in forums.

  1. About: http://www.geof.net/code/annotation
  2. New version (May 2011) http://code.google.com/p/marginalia/downloads/list
  3. Main website: http://webmarginalia.net/
  4. Tour: http://webmarginalia.net/tour/tour1/
  5. Open systems journal: http://pkp.sfu.ca/?q=ojs (The olther main OS application this is specifically configured for)
  6. Current release notes: http://code.google.com/p/marginalia/wiki/ReleaseNotes
  7. Original post (2006): http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=40517
  8. Recent discussion: (2011):

Book: a content deployment tool

Dialogue module: helpling manage one-one communication

Other pages

  1. [ForumNG]