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H5P at the Office of Digital Learning

Does your website crave rich content and user-engagement? The Office of Digital Learning (ODL) is excited to introduce a free, open-source solution called H5P that will change the way you think about interactive-content. What is H5P? Is it accessible? How can we leverage this innovative tool on our own websites? These are all topics we would love to discuss with you so we've included some videos below to get you started.  

Looking for more information?  Our office currently implements H5P into the ELMS Learning Network (ELMSLN) for use in many of the online courses we help develop.  If you would like to learn more, please contact us; we will happily set up a consultation to review your specific needs.

Accessiblity in H5P

H5P Accessibility Table (Updated: Nov. 2017)

Content-TypeStatusComments
AccordionOK--
AgamottoUNKNOWN--
Arithmetic QuizOK--
Audio RecorderOK--
ChartOK--
CollageOK--
ColumnOKDepends entirely on the content
Course PresentationOK--
Dialog CardsOK--
Documentation ToolOK--
Drag and DropOK--
Drag the WordsOK--
Fill in the BlanksOK--
Find the HotspotNOT OK--
Find Multiple HotspotsNOT OK--
FlashcardsALMOSTThere are a few known problems
Guess the AnswerOK--
Iframe EmbedderOKDepends entirely on the content
Image HotspotsOK--
Image JuxtapositionUNKNOWN--
Image SequencingNOT OK--
Image SliderOK--
Impressive PresentationNOT OK--
Interactive VideoOK--
Mark the WordsOK--
Memory GameOK--
Multiple ChoiceOK--
Personality QuizNOT OK--
Question SetOK--
QuestionnaireNOT OK--
Quiz (Question Set)OK--
Single Choice SetOK--
Speak the WordsNOT OK--
Speak the Words SetNOT OK--
SummaryOK--
TimelineUNKNOWN--
True/FalseOK--
Twitter User FeedUNKNOWN--

(1) Introduction to H5P

(2) Building H5P Content (Interactive Video)

(3) Placing H5P Content onto a Website