This is a temporary post demonstrating an H5P Course Presentation and it’s shareability. The lesson was developed by Joubel and hosted on the H5P.org site. However, H5P content to be publically accessible needs to be both hosted by a website supporting H5P and allow sharing.
Course Presentations are linear and each slide can have a graphic background if desired.
Course Presentations have a wide variety of content and activities that can be added,
- Embedded video
- Ability to jump to slide
- Audio file
- Fill in the blanks (Correct answers only)
- Single choice (any number of possible answers, but only one correct)
- Drag and Drop
- Summary (build a group of ‘correct’ statements from a series of statements presented)
- Drag Text (Single words, correct location only)
- Mark the Words (single words
notphrases, need to identify required words in a text) Dialogcards (Text based turning cards) Continoustext
- Exportable text area
- Interactive video
- Twitter user feed