I tuned in to the first webinar, where Svein Tore laid out an overview of H5P’s evolution and a “road map” forward that included key elements of improving their communications and connections to the community, especially ones outside of the H5P.com circles. The H5P answered many questions shared from the audience.
Likely a recording will be added soon and you can find the full series of these 2024 webinars at https://h5p.org/h5p-webinars-2024.
As a quick note, Svein Tore shared a hint of how AI will be integrated (?) into the development of question types.
The examples shared at https://h5p.org/ai/2024 demonstrate how one can do that now, by prompting ChatGPT with a quiz subject like the Northern Lights, and a specification of how the results should be formatted to work in H5P now. You can try this yourself, by copying the prompts, changing the subject. (Note I have yet to try this, if someone does, please share)
Tip 3: Chat GPT to H5P Drag the Words
The below prompt may be used in Chat GPT to create a Drag the Words. Words in bold should be replaced with your preferred subject and preferred number of paragraphs and droppables:
"Create an H5P drag the words task about the northern lights. Include three paragraphs and 3 - 7 droppables per paragraph. Add explanations. Here is the format you need for follow:
Droppable words are added with an asterisk (*) in front and behind the correct word/phrase.
You may add feedback for each droppable to be displayed when a task is completed. Use ‘+’ for correct and ‘-’ for incorrect feedback. Feedback should be enclosed between the two asterisks along with the droppable word itself.
H5P content is interactive+Correct! H5P is all about interactive content.-Incorrect, H5P is actually all about interactive content. and can be used to share rich content between websites.
Do not add any labels, formatting or numbering. Output the answer as preformatted code."
The results, if suitable, could be inserted into the the Text area when editing a Drag the Words content type.
Also, there was a detailed demonstration of the new H5P Content Type, Game Map (developed by @otacke) which should be available now in any H5P editor.
Think of it as a Hotspot type activity, where the spots are not just pop up info, but can include H5P interactive activities, AND you can create a sequence of tasks/activities that learners must travel through, optionally is a specific order.
While modeled after a computer game, one might start thinking how it could be used on a diagram of human anatomy, a book shelf for a resource learning activity, and hopefully you can tihk of more.
See the Game Map for demos using the solar system and animals around the world (shown above). See Oliver’s blog post for more details and examples.
How might you use this kind of activity?