Chapter 8. Moodle Plugins

Your system is now fully operational and has the look and feel to reflect the branding of your organization. As with all the complex web-based applications, there are a significant number of configuration activities that can be carried out to bring Moodle in line with your organization's needs and requirements.

One of the many strengths of Moodle is its pluggable architecture. Moodle supports a wide range of plugins, which will be covered in this chapter.

  • Module plugins: These cover the core functionality available in a course, a front page, dashboard, and user profile pages. These include Activity modules, Blocks, and Filters.
  • Repositories: Repositories allow the incorporating of data into Moodle, either from internal sources ...

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