Using H5P to Add Interactivity to Online Courses

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One of online learning’s biggest advantages over face-to-face learning is the ability to add interactions to learning content. Learning science has shown us that interactions are necessary to retain content, and thus today the best courses integrate activities directly into their learning content. But a challenge with creating interactions is that those built into the LMS tend to be limited, while more complex interactions tend to require more complex outside systems to develop, such as Articulate Rise and Storyline.

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