Using H5P you can easily create rich interactive content for your students and add them to your course in eClass, take a look at some H5P examples to explore the range of activities you can create. Some activities are even integrated with the gradebook.
Creating an H5P activity
- Go to the your Content Bank, accessible when in a course from the Navigation menu.
- Click the Add button and select the activity you want. For more information about authoring the different types of H5P activities you go to https://h5p.org/documentation/for-authors/tutorials.
- Once you've selected your activity type, you can start filling out the required fields. Each activity also has a 'Show Instructions' section to get more information about how to create it.
- Click Save. Your activity will be displayed and you can test it out.
Adding an H5P activity to a course
- With editing switched on in your course, choose Add an activity or Resource. Select H5P from the activity chooser.
- Add a name for the activity and use the file picker tool to browse and select your H5P activity from your Content Bank.
- Choose to add the content as an alias, which means any content edition to the original in the content bank will update this instance; or add it as a copy which means changes won't be applied. Click Select this file and then Insert H5P.
- Select additional settings for the activity, such as if you'd like it gradeable and then click Save and Return to course
Embedding an H5P activity into another activity such as a book or lesson.
You can use the H5P button in the Atto editor to embed any H5P activity you have created into another activity or resource.
- Click the H5P button
- Add the URL for your activity or use the Browse repositories to search your Content Bank for your activities.
- Choose to add the content as an alias, which means any content edition to the original in the content bank will update this instance; or add it as a copy which means changes won't be applied. Click Select this file and then Insert H5P. Save your activity as normal.