H5P is short for HTML5 Package. It's a free, open source framework and is financially supported by Mozilla. H5P gives you the ability to create interactive learning content to embed in Learn@Seneca, in an online book in Pressbooks, or on any web page. You can use H5P to enhance many type of learning experiences, for example:
* - Items with a college-wide license have an asterisk
We have access to H5P through the eCampusOntario Studio. Sign up for a free account with your Ontario college or university email address. Note:
Step-by-step tutorials are available for each format type. You can also view past webinars from the Teaching & Learning Centre: H5P Webinar. H5P is also covered in the Designing Online Materials for Your Course from the Teaching & Learning Centre; check MyPD for availability.
Learn more about H5P and see some Seneca examples in the H5P: Creating Online Learning Activities article in the Academic Newsletter.
The Quick guide to secure handling of confidential student information for faculty using online learning tools (.PDF) (developed by the Teaching & Learning Centre and ITS) helps faculty choose secure online tools for teaching. The guide provides guidelines and examples to help faculty consider the information students might be giving up when using a new tool. It is intended for quick use of free or low-cost online tools and not for larger, more costly tools that require more rigorous data privacy vetting.
Visit this page for a showcase of some H5Ps from Seneca.
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