Technology: H5P

Find and reuse H5P content

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You can browse and reuse H5P content that your colleagues have shared in UTS organisation folders. To browse organisation folders, open a new H5P editor via the Canvas rich content editor (RCE). Then, next to Manage Content, select ‘All Content’. Organisation folders at UTS are coloured green and labelled...

Use H5P for feedback

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Feedback in H5P is automated. Well-crafted automated feedback can save teacher time and respond to each student’s own pace of learning. While all H5P activities tell students if they get an answer correct or incorrect, there are options to enter customised feedback. Different activity types in H5P have different feedback...

Clone your H5P content

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Access H5P You can access H5P using the Rich Content Editor in Canvas. The Rich Content Editor is visible when you edit any page, assignment, discussion, quiz question or announcement in Canvas. When you click the H5P button in the Rich Content Editor, the H5P user interface appears. Locate...

LX Accessible Content Practices

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Some students might experience barriers when accessing content in your subject. Adding content to your subject sites and learning materials in a certain way can help remove these barriers and create an inclusive and accessible learning environment. We asked our Digital Accessibility Ambassadors – UTS students with lived experience of...

Language: accessible practice

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Ensuring that you use clear language in your subject is important for all students – and critical for some who might find it harder to fill in the gaps. We asked our Digital Accessibility Ambassadors – UTS students with lived experience of disability about why using clear language in your...

Alternative text: accessible practice

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Alternative text, or “alt text” is a short description or tag added to images found online or in documents. It’s a way of describing images for people who are unable to see them, usually because they have a vision-related disability. It’s generally not visible on the page like a...

Captions and transcripts: accessible practice

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Both transcripts and captions are ways of reproducing audio content as text. Not only are they essential for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, but they’re also extremely helpful for other students who benefit from having a text version of the content, such as students who speak...

Overview of H5P

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There are a wide range of content types available which can be used in a variety of ways from presenting information in an easier to read format to promoting higher order thinking through decision-making scenarios/case studies. The content types available can be grouped into two distinct categories: Layout –...

Use the Layout content type in H5P

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Organise, share and publish H5P content

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By default, your H5P content will all be saved in the ‘Root Folder.’ This can become clunky and unwieldy to navigate. To organise and make your content easier to find and reuse, it is highly recommended that you create a folder system in H5P and save your work accordingly. ...

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