H5Please! Creating Interactive Elements in Your Online Courses
MEET H5P!: Maximizing Engagement Using Educational Technology
Are you new to the institution and looking for ways to engage your students in the classroom? Are you a faculty member who has heard about H5P but haven’t had the time to check it out?
MEET H5P! is your opportunity to learn about this exciting technology and the ways it can increase connectivity, engagement, and interactivity securely within D2L. Whether you teach online or in the classroom, we hope you will join MTSU Online in conjunction with the LT&ITC to learn how H5P can enhance the MTSU student experience.
This is a Zoom workshop.
You will receive a Zoom meeting link the day before the workshop.
Join Zoom Meeting https://mtsu.zoom.us/j/87475132400
Meeting ID: 874 7513 2400
Find your local number: https://mtsu.zoom.us/u/kutfIySSm
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If you have an idea for a potential future workshop, please feel free to send your suggestions to Dr. Lando Carter.