Using Thomas H’s great timeline https://www.mybrainisopen.net/learning-theories-timeline/ resource (CC BY-NC-SA), this is another demonstration of H5P.
Click left, look right.
PS: If you want to rearrange and annotate the map for yourself, use this demo and perhaps export it to the full condensr app.
Using the same example as previously, I exported the map from my Condensr think tool and uploaded it into the H5P interactive content plugin in this WordPress site.
Try it out (clicking the “+” icons), and also see the fullscreen view (use the button in the upper right).
Unlike the first test, this one has no genuine background image but a screenshot of the map showing the connector lines which I cannot create (or don’t know how to create) in H5P by now.
Update 2020-10-05: My version (the upper one) was slightly modified. The previous state (referred to by the first three comments), is now frozen in screenshots (embedded, fullscreen). There is also a little “making-of” video here.
Inspired by CogDog & JRDingwall’s “kitchen“, I played with H5P interactive textbook elements, and tried to “cook” my own content type.
The above version violates the doctrine of the “Split-Attention Effect” (because the explanations are not close to the items described; see here for more). So I also created a version using the original H5P content type of “Image Hotspot”, see below.
Which one do you like better?
Thank you Davey Moloney for the link to Nick Case. His resource shows how such an abstract thing as a graph can give useful explanations.
Matthias (normally here)
Thanks to Roland‘s hint, I have now installed some IndieWeb plugins and hope that I can now ping other indies?
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