This example comes from a Blog about Project Management (run by the EBI). It combines the H5P presentation with three Animaker videos. As a typical active learning tool, it includes some self-evaluation questions. Combined tools enable the implementation of more than one feature in a learning app. we call these kinds of learning apps “combined multimedia tools”.
The basis of this learning application is an H5P presentation. The cover slide uses background images, and a text overlay informs about the topic. To make the header readable, a half-transparent square is put below the text.
The H5P presentation automatically adjusts an inserted background image. This means that the image either must fit the presentation’s size, or H5P stretches the image to fit into the foreseen frame. During the development of best practice tools, we found out that the best fitting image size might be 1280 x 640 pixels. If the proportions do not fit, the pictures are distorted (which looks unattractive).
Here is an example:
The H5P presentation forces users to click to come to the next slide. Besides this simple interactive element, the presentation does not provide more contributions to active learning. The inserted videos also are passive items. To bring some active content into the learning app, the two questions force the user to become active.
Another possibility is to give the learners some assignments in context with the videos, for example, to note the mentioned keywords from the video.