The H5P Roadshow Continues: It’s Alive! Creating Interactive Learning Experiences with H5P

I couldn’t resist the blooper. Kitten was meowing and scratching at the door but couldn’t quite work it out to have her present in the actual video. Next time. Ahhh conferencing from home. 2020 was the year of postponed and cancelled conferences, yet oddly, after a couple gap years for me there thankfully were some…

The H5P Roadshow Continues: It’s Alive! Creating Interactive Learning Experiences with H5P

Using Labeled Graphic Interactions in E-Learning Courses (2020) #283

I have a back catalogue of small instructional design challenges and charrettes that I’ve been meaning to build into something bigger one day. That is obviously taking too long, so here’s a new idea. The Articulate E-Learning Heroes Community runs a weekly eLearning Challenge. I’ve mentioned before that often different IDs in different contexts will use…

Using Labeled Graphic Interactions in E-Learning Courses (2020) #283

Rebuild This Interactive Timeline #13

I have a back catalogue of small instructional design challenges and charrettes that I’ve been meaning to build into something bigger one day. That is obviously taking too long, so here’s a new idea. The Articulate E-Learning Heroes Community runs a weekly eLearning Challenge. I’ve mentioned before that often different IDs in different contexts will use…

Rebuild This Interactive Timeline #13

No CMS? No Problem. H5P Can Stand Alone

I’ve been giving workshops and consults about using H5P for enhancing online learning content for maybe five years now. When I first started, we ran everything off of H5P.org and personal projects I worked on made use of the WordPress plug-in. There are a few questions that came up in early sessions that have not…

No CMS? No Problem. H5P Can Stand Alone

25 Years of Ed Tech – Blogs

This week I was able to catch up a bit on some podcasts I subscribe to. One of the casts I’ve been enjoying lately is 25 Years of Ed Tech, a serialized version of Martin Weller’s book by the same title. Now audio books are plenty good by themselves, but this particular podcast has an…

25 Years of Ed Tech – Blogs

Brutalist Worksheets

Checking out the Oldaily I came across Brutalist Worksheets. Here, Downes refers to a piece by Will Gourley by the same name, and adds “Now this isn’t a new trend, as evidenced by his references to worksheets created by the vertical foot on the photpocopier, but anyone taking courses online will immediately make the conceptual…

Brutalist Worksheets