What are the additional Moodle plugins / modules have been installed for use apart from the standard Moodle plugins?

Allow Theme Changes in URL – enables change theme in URL
Attendance - allows teachers quick access to the Attendance functionality
Course Content Block – to list all visible topics/weeks in a Moodle course
Course Menu Block -  resources and activities can be added to the front page
DragMath – an equation editor
GradeMark - for teachers to grade and input comment on student assignments online
Group Choice - The choice module enables the teacher to ask a question and specify a choice of multiple responses.
iClass - allows Lecturer to conduct interactive classes through the Cloud
NanoGong Voice Activity - lets participants record, playback and submit their voice. When the recording is played back the user can speed up or slow down the sound without changing it
Outcome - specific descriptions of what a student has demonstrated
OU Blog - blog plugin contributed by Open University, U.K.
OU Wiki– wiki plugin contributed by Open University, U.K.
Participation Map - gives a Technicolor visual representation of threads of interaction in forum
PDF Feedback -  allows a teacher to annotate and return PDF files that have been submitted by students
PDF Submission - allows a teacher to annotate and return PDF submission that have been submitted by students
Portfolio - makes it easy for a student to export their work to an external portfolio
Quickmail - enable teachers to send emails to class students in Moodle
Scheduler - helps teachers to schedule one-on-one appointments with students
SETL Questionnaire - SETL questionnaire system contributed by the Faculty of Education, HKU
Turnitin Plugin – a commercial anti-paradigm checking tool
Upload File in Wiki – enables uploading file in Wiki
 

*Last updated on: 11 Nov, 2014