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Wednesday, October 16 • 9:00am - 9:50am
Creating Engagement Online: Best Practices for Creating and Hosting H5P Content

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Increasing numbers of libraries are offering online learning objects to support multiple learning modalities. As libraries expand their role in providing open teaching and learning content, it has become a priority to offer a variety of content types that support a diverse student body. As a complement to tutorial videos, other types of learning content such as interactive modules are being created. One barrier to creating this type of content is access to advanced software such as Adobe Captivate. H5P is one solution to this barrier. H5P is a open-source HTML5-based software that can be used to create a variety of learning objects including interactive presentations, interactive videos, and flash cards. This panel will share how H5P can be used to support Universal Design for Learning by providing alternative methods of active learning. H5P can be hosted on Moodle, WordPress, and Drupal. The panel will also share their experiences working with campus IT to host H5P content as H5P moves away from providing content authoring and embedding on H5P.org. In addition, the panel will share how a variety of H5P content types can be used to support different teaching and learning environments.

Presentation Link: https://tinyurl.com/ncla2019h5p

Moderators
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Mollie Peuler

E-Learning Librarian, Appalachian State University

Speakers
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Sam Harlow

Online Learning Librarian and Assistant Professor, UNC Greensboro Libraries
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Nora Burmeister

Online Learning and Electronic Services Librarian, Central Carolina Community College

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Wednesday October 16, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am EDT
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