Showing my Work

Hosting H5P Content On Your Own

I’ve talked some about H5P, a robust free and open-source toolset for creating various kinds of elearning interactives. I’m using it a ton currently in client projects, particularly for interactive video. But as you might know from your own experience, sustainability is super important. How might your clients edit this thing once you move on? How can they have control over it? In this post, I’ll talk about how you can host H5P content yourself.

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Civic Learning: An Idea Generated from Torrance Learning’s Download Un-Conference

If you’ve been a reader of this blog, you’ll have seen me working with one overarching idea for a while: what might it look like to have a vendor-agnostic community of practice for instructional design and development for newbie instructional designers? I went through various iterations myself (AWSM Prompts, then Go Design Something) and I’ve known other colleagues who were also interested in this idea, most notably Jennifer Maddrell who has put in a ton of work with her team on Designers for Learning. So it was only natural that I would begin to shop this question with every bunch of victims colleagues I could find.

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