The recent release of the H5P plugin for Moodle (https://h5p.org/dec-2017-release-note) now allows for the embedding of H5P into HTML within an iFrame. Many people in the Moodle community have been asking for the ability to embed H5P content in different parts of Moodle and I am pleased to announce it is now possible! With the latest release of the Moodle plugin you will be able to embed H5Ps on the front page of courses and in almost any other Moodle page that accepts HTML as input. All you have to do is copy the embed code found at the bottom of the H5P container and paste it into a label. Note that you will have to press the ‘html’ button first. The screencast below shows how it’s done. We’ll be back later with an Atto plugin to make this even easier.
Ever wanted to know how to add simple tooltips to a button (or any other object for that matter!) in Adobe Captivate? Checkout the interactive H5P video below to see just how easy it is.
I recently came across this article by Anthony Altieri that provides some great tools on how to retrieve data from the a LRS. Read the article at Pulling Data Back from the LRS: Correlation for Analysis : Learning Solutions Magazine