Successful projects under development
These projects are currently under development at Moodle Pty Ltd, having passed through a Project Development Cycle and been voted by the Membership. You can monitor progress via each project's unique MUA issue number in the Moodle Tracker*.
Fix analytical tools for random quiz questions
In randomized question pools, the current display of question response statistics to instructors is inconsistent and confusing. This project aims make the statistics page consistent and clear for all quizzes, thus improving the overall pedagogical effectiveness and attractiveness of Moodle.
Project Cycle: July - December 2017
Anticipated release: tba
|Expanded question bank
|Adding a more flexible layer for question management in the question bank by creating a metadata layer (labels) for questions which is manageable by instructors at the course level. These labels would be usable with a 'random question from set' question type.
Anticipated release: Moodle 3.5, May 2018
Successfully completed projects
These projects have been voted by the members, put to Moodle Pty Ltd for development and are now in Moodle Core.
|Improve the calendar interface and user experience to be similar to familiar online calendaring systems, e.g. Google calendar. Use AJAX to enable refresh without reload, and add/update more easily. Make small-screen responsive, and enable adding events at category level.
Released: Moodle 3.4, 15 Nov 2017, See: https://docs.moodle.org/34/en/New_features
Proposer: Stephen Bourget, USA, Individual member
|Improve My Course completion display
|Improve the activity and course completion information displayed on the My Courses overview on My Dashboard.
Released: Moodle 3.3, 15 May 2017, See: https://docs.moodle.org/33/en/Course_overview
Proposer: Gemma Lesterhuis, Netherlands, Individual member.
|Integrate Recycle Bin into Moodle core
Add the recyclebin plugin to Moodle core. It enables users to restore items previously deleted.
Released: Moodle 3.1, 23 May 2016, See: https://docs.moodle.org/31/en/New_features
Special Note: This project is the outcome of a small test development cycle by the Early Member group and was uniquely limited in size.
Proposer: Nick Thompson, USA, University of California Los Angeles, Gold membership