What is H5P?
- Accordion – Create vertically stacked expandable items
- Agamotto – Present a sequence of images and explanations
- Arithmetic Quiz – Create time-based arithmetic quizzes
- Audio Recorder – Create an audio recording
- Branching Scenario – Create dilemmas and self paced learning
- Chart – Quickly generate bar and pie charts
- Collage – Create a collage of multiple images
- Column – Column layout for H5P Content
- Course Presentation – Create a presentation with interactive slides
- Dialog Cards – Create text-based turning cards
- Diction – Create a dictation with instant feedback
- Documentation Tool – Create a form wizard with text export
- Drag and Drop – Create drag and drop tasks with images
- Drag the Words – Create text-based drag and drop tasks
- Essay – Create essay with instant feedback
- Fill in the Blanks – Create a task with missing words in a text
- Find Multiple Hotspots – Create many hotspots for users to find
- Find the Hotspot – Create image hotspot for users to find
- Flashcards – Create stylish and modern flashcards
- Guess the Answer – Create an image with a question and answer button
- Iframe Embedder – Embed from a url or a set of files
- Image Hotspots – Create an image with multiple info hotspots
- Image Juxtaposition – Create interactive images
- Image pairing – Drag and drop image matching game
- Image Sequencing – Place images in the correct order
- Image Slider – Easily create an Image Slider
- Impressive Presentation – Create a slideshow with parallax effects
- Interactive Video – Create videos enriched with interactions
- Mark the Words – Create a task where users highlight words
- Memory Game – Create the classic image pairing game
- Multiple Choice – Create flexible multiple choice questions
- Personality Quiz – Create personality quizzes
- Questionnaire – Create a questionnaire to receive feedback
- Quiz (Question Set) – Create a sequence of various question types
- Single Choice Set – Create questions with one correct answer
- Speak the Words – Answer a question using your voice (Chrome only)
- Speak the Words Set – A series of questions answered by speech (Chrome only)
- Summary – Create tasks with a list of statements
- Timeline – Create a timeline of events with multimedia
- True/False Question – Create True/False questions
- Virtual Tour (360) – Create interactive 360 environments
How do I create my own H5P interactive content?
There are 3 quick ways to start creating H5P content:
- Use the free H5P.org authoring tool (free user account required) and publish content on their server
- Add the H5P plugin to your existing publishing system (WordPress, Moodle or Drupal)
- If you are a University of Edinburgh staff or student, please contact us for free access to this H5P repository (you will be given your own dedicated space within this website)
Open Education Resources (OERs) are online resources that are available for others to use to support learning. They are part of a worldwide movement to promote and support sustainable educational development – the use of the term ”OER” is attributed to a UNESCO workshop in 2002. The sharing of open educational materials is in line not only with University of Edinburgh’s mission but also with a global movement in which research-led institutions play a significant role.
The University of Edinburgh has an ‘OER policy’, which outlines the institutional position on OERs and provides guidelines for practice in learning and teaching. You can find the policy on the Academic Services, Policies page under ‘Learning and Teaching’, or link directly to the document here:
To find out more on OERs please visit the University of Edinburgh’s Open.Ed website.
Below is a small selection of H5P content types that you can play with, download, share or embed.
The Ecce Homo (Behold the Man) in the Sanctuary of Mercy church in Borja, Spain, is a fresco painted circa 1930 by the Spanish painter Elías García Martínez depicting Jesus crowned with thorns. Both the subject and style are typical of traditional Catholic art.
While press accounts agree that the original painting was artistically unremarkable, its fame derives from a good faith attempt to restore the fresco by Cecilia Giménez, an untrained elderly amateur, in 2012. The intervention reinterpreted the painting and made it look similar to a monkey, and for this reason it is sometimes known as Ecce Mono (Behold the Monkey).
Compare the painting before and after by sliding between the two images.
Both images within this interaction are copyright © Associated Press 2013.