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Reading Time: < 1 minute Jackie Aim reflects on using H5P in large-scale e-learning projects and explores their latest content type ‘Interactive Book’.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Within the last month the vision in my right eye has significantly diminished. This personal blog post details what the impact has been on my daily life and how recent web accessibility work has helped me cope a little better. …
Fancy curating your own University of Edinburgh (UoE) virtual exhibition in Nintendo’s Animal Crossing game? Good news, Getty have kindly shared an art generator tool that integrates with over 40,000 images published by the University’s Centre for Research Collections (CRC) under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (CC BY). What is Animal Crossing? In case you’re […]
After Effects, is an industry-standard tool for video compositing, motion graphics design, and animation. Adobe.com Before the training Before I attended the After Effects (AE) training I had only used the software a little. I’d watched some of the Lynda training videos, though I found it tricky to decide which videos to watch when you […]
What the problem is Whilst updating accessibility statements for key websites in our portfolio, I came across a new error courtesy of a free Google service named reCAPCHA. reCAPTCHA is a free service that protects your website from spam and abuse. reCAPTCHA uses an advanced risk analysis engine and adaptive challenges to keep automated software […]
Hristo Meshinski discusses his involvement in the development of an offline degree finder game. Introduction Every year the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland organise their flagship event to showcase Scottish agricultural rural life. It is a perfect day out for families with children to enjoy together. As a way to attract young talent […]
Yesterday we invited students to take a break from their exam revision and come along to a relaxing colouring book session at King’s Buildings. There was the opportunity to colour-in brand new student illustrations inspired by items and images from the University’s collections. There was the choice of individual A4 pictures or larger A1 collaborative […]
From Labyrinth to H5P First developed within CMVM back in 2004, Labyrinth was a game-based pathway system for creating and playing virtual patients. As the Labyrinth platform is built in Classic ASP, I wanted to see if we could use the H5P Branching Scenario as a possible alternative or successor. From the thousands published, I selected […]
H5P February 2019 release H5P have launched three new interactive content types, Branching Scenario, Virtual Tour (360) and Dictation. For anyone who doesn’t know anything about H5P it is a free open HTML5 technology to easily add interactive content to your website with a plugin for WordPress, Drupal and Moodle. Branching Scenario allow authors to […]
Jackie Aim, Stewart Lamb Cromar and Hristo Meshinski take a little time to reflect on last week’s Festival of Creative Learning workshops.