What is HTML5 Package (H5P)?
We are familiar with non-interactive web pages with text, images and possibly even video. Interactive content provides a richer set of options for the user. They get more control over the flow of information on the screen and can input answers to questions to test their knowledge and understanding. H5P makes this easier - it allows you to create rich and interactive web experiences more effectively.
H5P is integrated into our Moodle system, so you can add H5P activities directly into your Moodle course space. It is also mobile friendly, meaning that it is completely responsive, providing your learners with the same rich content, regardless of which device they are viewing the content on.
Why and when would you use H5P?
There are three ways in which an H5P activity may usefully enhance the learning process:
1. As a way of combining resources, including images, video, text, audio, links, and files into a structured sequence that may be navigated by the student - adding commentary and text notes to enhance their value.
2. As small, self-contained self-evaluation activities that are engaging to use, visual and memorable.
3. You might also get students to create their own H5P activities, for example, Timelines.
Want to learn more?
You can setup H5P activities directly in Moodle. You’ll need to select the ‘Interactive Content’ activity from the ‘Activity Chooser’ menu. When students complete an activity, their performance is recorded in the Moodle Gradebook. Moodle contains the H5P editors for creating activities. Or you can upload activities created elsewhere.
How to add an H5P activity in Moodle?
1. Login to Moodle and click the cog wheel on top right-hand corner and click ‘Turn Editing On’.
2. On the Topic section where you would like your H5P content, click on ‘Add an Activity or Resource’.
3. In the Activity section, click on ‘H5P Interactive Content’.
4. Then click the ‘Add’ button to add the chosen H5P activity on to the course.
5. Add a title under the ‘Name’ box relevant to your content type. This is what the student will see on the Moodle page so it could say something like ‘Flashcards’.
6. Click ‘Select Content Type’ to open up the various H5P content types.
7. Click 'Details' on the content type you wish to use and you will be presented with the content type details page. This page is where you can read the details of the content type, see screenshots and look at a demo of the activity type.
8. If you wish to continue with the content type you have chosen, scroll down and click on 'Use' button.
9. The content type is ready for use and now you will be able to start creating your content within your chosen activity type. Below is an example of 'course presentation' content type.
End of process.
- Introduction to managing course participants
- Make your course visible to students
- Check participants
- Enrolment methods and managing access permissions
- Enrol participants using Warwick auto-enrolment
- Manually enrol participants onto a Moodle space
- Roles and their functions in Moodle
- Switch to another role
- Create groups
- Create groupings
- Using group mode with activities
- Enable activity completion
- Mark activity completion manually
- Track activity completion
- Course completion
- Course participation
- Introduction to assessment and feedback
- Create a fail / pass scale
- Create a custom certificate
- Create and manage badges
- Reports, logs and completion data in Moodle
- Create an assignment
- Create an assignment for group submission
- Set up Turnitin within an assignment
- Create and grade a submission using a rubric
- Use a marking workflow for assignments
- Blind marking
- Allocate markers to specific submissions
- Provide grades and feedback for individual assignments
- Check the status of submissions
- Hide or show grades and feedback
- Introduction to eStream
- Access your eStream content
- Uploading videos to eStream
- Edit videos in eStream
- Edit video thumbnail
- Uploading a closed captions (subtitles) file to eStream
- Add eStream videos to Mahara
- Sharing eStream videos to Moodle
- Sharing an eStream video with a link
- Setup a video assignment in Moodle
- Introduction to Vevox
- Get help with Vevox
- Converting from Turning Point to Vevox
- Polling in PowerPoint using the Vevox add-in
- Polling and Q&A all running within the Vevox dashboard
- Polling in PowerPoint, plus Q&A
- Request a Vevox account
- Information about Vevox for students
- Use Teams with Vevox personal response system