Moodle and H5P
What you'll learn
- How to download and build a Moodle server on their home PC
- How to install the H5P Plugin
- How to add EVERY H5P content type
- Saving, Exporting and Importing H5P content
- H5P and the Moodle Gradebook
- H5P and Activity Completion
- A basic understanding of Moodle
- You should be able to use a PC at a beginner level
- You should be able to use the Internet and Web Browsers at a beginner level
This course will show learners how to add interactive content to Moodle courses using the H5P Plugin.
I will begin the course, by showing learners how to create their own Moodle instance, and how to install the H5P Plugin. The course is then split into 5 main sections - H5P Content, H5P Games, H5P Multimedia, H5P Quizzes and Advanced H5P.
I will also show learners how to use each of the different content types within H5P, as well as providing real life examples of each content type at the end of each course section.
H5P allows new interactive content types to be created within Moodle, including Games, MCQs, Accordions, Interactive Videos, Online Presentations, Interactive Books, Columns, HotSpots, Various Quizzes and much much more!
Now also including three lessons on the new Branching Scenario, and lessons on Interactive Books and KewAr codes!
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Who this course is for:
- Administrators, Managers, Course Creators seeking to enhance Moodle courses and content
- Professionals interested in enhancing Moodle online courses for Staff Training and Professional Development
- Professionals that use Moodle on a day to day basis and want to make Moodle better for their students!
- Anyone interested in Learning Technology and how it can be used to enhance student learning
I have worked in eLearning for over 12 years, and in IT and computing for over 22 years.
I began my career at the Workers Education Association, the largest provider of Adult education in the UK, as a support analyst before moving up to a Senior Support Analyst, involved in building networks and providing helpdesk support. I then moved on to work as a Learning Technologies officer for Coventry University London Campus, and then a Virtual Learning Environment Manager during my 4 years at the Royal Veterinary College.
Presently, I am the Electronic Resources Manager at the Institute of Dentistry at Queen Mary University in London, England.
I have managed multiple eLearning projects throughout my wide and varied career, including a college wide migration from Blackboard to Moodle, creating new undergraduate online courses, managing Virtual Learning Environments, Creating e-learning content, Moodle training, learning design including MOOCs and SPOCs and pedagogical design of online courses.
I frequently identify and assess relevant learning technologies to extend and support teaching and learning, and plan and manage the integration of such technologies into the curriculum and into teaching practice.
I have regularly, throughout my career, designed and implemented a range of training, including student inductions, large scale teacher training, online training and individual training.
I am always interested in any Moodle or eLearning consultancy work - if you require this sort of service, please let me know, or visit my website.
In my spare time, I enjoy watching Football - I am a Chelsea fan, entering online competitions, playing with my cat Daisy (she makes a guest appearance in my courses!) and going out to the pub with my friends.