Did you know….?
That the Image Hotspot/Find Multiple Hotspots activity allows you to add videos and images in addition to text in each hotspot? And it’s not limited to one per hotspot, you can add multiple content types to a single hotspot! In the past, we’ve experimented with uploading videos to a hotspot and added text content for the video transcript. There are probably a lot more combinations that would create a really engaging activity that may be worth exploring if you’d like to add even more interactivity to an image hotspot activity! Here’s some additional features you can add to a single hotspot at-a-glance:
Your Challenge This Week….
Last week, there were a lot of people who experimented with image hotspots, and we are so glad you had fun discovering new activities! This week, we’d like you to create another activity using a different content type. We’ve added 3 new content types for you to choose from.
- Log in to your H5P account
- Select ONE of the following activities to develop OR (if you feel like dedicating a bit more time to this challenge) explore another activity that you have yet to discover! Remember that challenges are supposed to take 10 minutes or less, so try to think of something simple that you already have existing content for.
- Flashcards (see tutorial)
- Find Multiple Hotspots (see tutorial)
- Memory Game (see tutorial)
- Drag the Words (see tutorial)
- Dialogue Cards (see tutorial)
- *New this week: Accordion (see tutorial)
- *New this week: Guess the Answer (see tutorial)
- *New this week: Interactive Video (see tutorial) (add 1-2 questions just to test it out!)
- Ensure that the new activity is “Public“
- Optional: Add a CC Licence to your activity so others know if they can use your work
- For a refresher on how to make your activity Public and add a CC Licence, see Challenge #1 (a new walkthrough video for eCampus H5P account users has been added)
- Post the link to your activity in the Padlet below (Yes, this is the same Padlet as last week. We want to keep all of your new activities in the same place. :))
Next week’s challenge will ask you to explore and discuss the new activities that you developed! (i.e. No need to look at or comment on others’ posts this week.)