H5P Interactives Library

H5P offers a large selection of examples and downloads of its various content types. See below for some activities created by our UH faculty and staff across the system!  Navigate to specific content types using the menu below.

Note: This page is an evolving work in progress as part of the H5P + Laulima Program. As more interactives become available, the page will be updated and the layout of this page may change.

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Activity: Substitute Teaching  – Defining Professional Behavior
This interactive is meant to help students think critically about a common scenario in the substitute teaching classroom.

Uses: This activity is not graded in the course, but provides students interested in becoming substitute teachers different scenarios and the realistic outcomes as a result of choosing certain actions.

Source: UH Mānoa College of Education (COE) Substitute Teacher Course

Activity: Substitute Teaching  – Classroom Disruption
This interactive is meant to help students think critically about a common scenario in the substitute teaching classroom.

Uses: This activity is not graded in the course, but provides students interested in becoming substitute teachers different scenarios and the realistic outcomes as a result of choosing certain actions.

Source: UH Mānoa College of Education (COE) Substitute Teacher Course

Activity: HOST 150 – Chapter 1
Students will go through a set of slides, some that covers content and others that require interaction.

Uses: N/A

Source: Kawehi Sellers, Hospitality and Tourism (HOST), Kapiʻolani Community College

Activity: Math – Measures of Position
This  interactive course presentations was created for a MATH 100 (5-week) online course. 

Uses: The interactive creates a more engaging and fun learning environment Students are encouraged to go through each presentation and complete all the included activities, which are part of the course grade. Students receive appropriate points depending on the percentage of the correct answers.

Source: Jiajia Garcia

Activity: Math – Union of Sets
This  interactive course presentations was created for a MATH 100 (5-week) online course. 

Uses: The interactive creates a more engaging and fun learning environment Students are encouraged to go through each presentation and complete all the included activities, which are part of the course grade. Students receive appropriate points depending on the percentage of the correct answers.

Source: Jiajia Garcia

Crossword

Activity: Palavras cruzadas: As viagens
Learners read the definitions and complete the crossword puzzle with words and expressions related to travel. 

Uses: Practice the use of Portuguese in different applications.

Source: Rachel Mamiya Hernandez, Languages and Literatures of Europe and the Americas (LLEA), UH Mānoa

Activity: Math – Union of Sets
This  interactive course presentations was created for a MATH 100 (5-week) online course. 

Uses: The interactive creates a more engaging and fun learning environment Students are encouraged to go through each presentation and complete all the included activities, which are part of the course grade. Students receive appropriate points depending on the percentage of the correct answers.

Source: Jiajia Garcia

Dialogue Cards

Activity: Substitute Teacher Course – Problem-Based Scenario Dialogue Cards
This interactive is meant as a study aide to help students think critically about a common scenario in the substitute teaching classroom. This content type is the more common form of “flashcards.”

Uses: This activity is not graded in the course, but provides learners with different scenarios  and their corresponding outcomes.

Source: UH COE Substitute Teacher Course

Drag and Drop

Activity: Human Nutrition – Identify the Organs
Custom drag and drop activity designed to test user’s knowledge in identifying major components of human organ system

Uses: This interactive is integrated within the Human Nutrition OER textbook.

Source: Human Nutrition: 2020 Edition Pressbooks

Activity: Substitute Teacher Course – Problem-Based Scenario Flashcards
This interactive is meant as a study aide to help students compare/contrast the evolution of teaching and learning.

Uses: This activity allows learners a review of their prior knowledge.

Source: UH COE Substitute Teacher Course

Activity: Hawaiian Language – Nā Manu (Birds)
Learners will master the names of Native Hawaiian birds by correctly dragging names on to images.

Uses: Drag and drop exercise checking student understanding of native Hawaiian bird names by matching names to images. Practice ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) through engagement in different types of activities and contexts.

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

Activity: HIST 151 Correlating the 3 Main Functions of Government in Complex Society to The First Emperor Qin’s Actions
This interactive allows students to practice correlating specific actions of the First Emperor Qin Shihuangdi to the main functions of government in complex society. Students need to decide which specific action best fits which specific main function of government. Students also are reminded of what they read in their primary source reading on the First Emperor Qin as some of the actions are direct quotes from the reading.

Uses: This interactive helps prepare students for a written explanation quiz question which asks them to assess how well the First Emperor Qin fulfilled the 3 main functions of government in complex society.

Source: Malia Lau Kong, HIST151, Windward Community College

Activity: Anatomy & Physiology – Brain Structures 2

Uses: This activity helps students with active learning of anatomy and physiology structures such as Bone, Muscle, and Nervous System structures.

Source: Janet Wang-Lee, Math & Science, Leeward Community College

Activity: Anatomy & Physiology –  Hand Bones

Uses: This activity helps students with active learning of anatomy and physiology structures such as Bone, Muscle, and Nervous System structures.

Source: Janet Wang-Lee, Math & Science, Leeward Community College

Activity: Anatomy & Physiology – Tibia and Fibula

Uses: This activity helps students with active learning of anatomy and physiology structures such as Bone, Muscle, and Nervous System structures.

Source: Janet Wang-Lee, Math & Science, Leeward Community College

Activity: Human Nutrition – Calculate the BMI
Review the ability to calculate the BMI and identify the correct category of body weight

Uses: This interactive is integrated within an OER Human Nutrition textbook.

Source: Human Nutrition: 2020 Edition Pressbooks

Activity: Human Nutrition – Calculate the BMI
Drag and drop exercise testing student knowledge of foods and their corresponding minerals.

Uses: This interactive is integrated within the Human Nutrition OER textbook.

Source: Human Nutrition: 2020 Edition Pressbooks

Activity: Hawaiian Language – Nā Pua (Flowers)
Learners will master the names of Native Hawaiian flowers by correctly dragging names on to images.

Uses: Drag and drop exercise checking student understanding of native Hawaiian flower names by matching names to images. Practice ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) through engagement in different types of activities and contexts.

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

Activity: Geography of Hawaiʻi – Name the eight islands of Hawaiʻi
Match the name of the island to the appropriate island on the map of the islands of Hawaiʻi.

Uses: N/A

Source: Gloria Niles, Office of Distance Learning, UH West Oʻahu; Anuhea Piliere, Academic Support Specialist, Kauaʻi Community College

Activity: Anatomy & Physiology –  Skull Bones 2
Uses: This activity helps students with active learning of anatomy and physiology structures such as Bone, Muscle, and Nervous System structures.

Source: Janet Wang-Lee, Math & Science, Leeward Community College

Activity: Anatomy & Physiology –  Ear Structures 2

Uses: This activity helps students with active learning of anatomy and physiology structures such as Bone, Muscle, and Nervous System structures.

Source: Janet Wang-Lee, Math & Science, Leeward Community College

Activity: Anatomy & Physiology –  Forearm – Anterior/Palmside

Uses: This activity helps students with active learning of anatomy and physiology structures such as Bone, Muscle, and Nervous System structures.

Source: Janet Wang-Lee, Math & Science, Leeward Community College

Activity: Anatomy & Physiology –  Lower Leg Anterior and Lateral

Uses: This activity helps students with active learning of anatomy and physiology structures such as Bone, Muscle, and Nervous System structures.

Source: Janet Wang-Lee, Math & Science, Leeward Community College

Drag the Words

Activity: Hawaiian Language – Nā Waihoʻoluʻu (Colors)
Learners will master colors by matching the color to the flower.

Uses: Practice ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) through engagement in different types of activities and contexts.

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

Activity: Fill-in Regions of the Pacific
There are three regions in the Pacific, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia, In this activity, students must drag the region name to the correct position in the sentence.

Uses: N/A

Source: Tracie Losch, Arts & Humanities, Hawaiian Studies, Leeward Community College

Activity: Computer Architecture
Students read an article and then drag terms to where they belong in that article.

Uses: Check for understanding to ensure students have completed the reading assignment.

Source: Bill Wright, Mathematics and Science, Leeward Community College; Brent Hirata, Educational Technology (Educational Media Center), Leeward Community College.

Essay

Activity: A Vida De Estudante Na UH – Parte 2
In this interactive learners develop their presentational communication skills by writing an email responding to Gabriel and answering the questions he asked them (see A vida de estudante na UH- Parte 1).

Uses: Practice the use of Portuguese through different activities and contexts.

Source: Rachel Mamiya Hernandez, Languages and Literatures of Europe and the Americas (LLEA), UH Mānoa

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Activity: Hawaiian Language – Nā Manu (Birds) Fill in the Blanks
Learners will type the correct native bird for each sentence.

Uses: Practice ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) through engagement in different types of activities and contexts.

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

Activity: Explorations – Transient Accommodations Tax
This activity requires students to complete internet research on current facts about Hawaii’s Transient Accommodations Tax and complete the fill in the blank activity.

Uses: N/A

Source: Amy Shiroma, Hospitality and Tourism (HOST), Kapiʻolani Community College

Flashcards

Activity: Human Nutrition – Food Quality
Flashcard review of vocabulary terms related to food quality.

Uses: This interactive is integrated within an OER Human Nutrition textbook.

Source: Human Nutrition: 2020 Edition Pressbooks

Activity: Human Nutrition – Major Minerals
Flashcard knowledge check of types of major minerals.

Uses: This interactive is integrated within an OER Human Nutrition textbook.

Source: Human Nutrition: 2020 Edition Pressbooks

Guess the Answer

Activity: Hawaiian Language – He aha kēia? (What is this?)
Identify the nouns based on the images shown and reveal the answer once you are ready.

Uses: While working in groups, learners can discuss and determine correct name of various nouns.

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

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Image Choice

Activity: Hawaiian Language – Nā Holoholona a me Nā Iʻa: Image Choice
Learners will understand Hawaiian language by correctly identifying dwelling areas of animals and fish.

Uses: Image choice exercise designed to check student understanding of the given prompt based on their choice of animal dwelling images while learning ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language).

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

Activity: Hawaiian Language – Nā Holoholona a me Nā Iʻa: Image Choice
Learners will understand Hawaiian language by correctly identifying the aliʻi wahine (female Hawaiian royals).

Uses: Image choice exercise designed to check student understanding of the given prompt based on their choice of image portraits while learning ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language).

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

Image Hotspots

Activity: Cultural Regions of the Pacific
An interactive map that shows the three regions of the Pacific: Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia.

Uses: N/A

Source: Tracie Losch, Arts & Humanities, Hawaiian Studies, Leeward Community College

Activity: Hawaiian Culture – HĀ: Hawaiʻi (HĀ: Breath Video Series, v6)
Learn how UHWO students strengthen their sense of belonging with the HA framework (Nā Hopena A’o).

Uses: This interactive video was creating using one of six videos from this YouTube playlist by Anuhea Piliere. Hawaiian translations of terms used were inserted as clickable elements periodically throughout the videos, and additional resources were linked for users to learn more.

Source: Char Hopela, Office of Distance Learning, UH West Oʻahu; Anuhea Piliere, Academic Support Specialist, Kauaʻi Community College

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Activity: Hospitality & Tourism Education – Takeaways in Two Minutes
This interactive video summarizes the main takeaways of the Theme Parks and Attractions (Chapter 11).

Uses: The Takeaways in Two Minutes are short summary videos made for each chapter.  Students answer incremental questions to ensure they are understanding some of the chapterʻs main points. Plus, the interactive nature (and the inability to skip through the video) keeps them engaged in the content.

Source: Kawehi Sellers, Hospitality & Tourism (HOST), Kapiʻolani Community College

Activity: Hawaiian Culture – HĀ: Hawaiʻi (HĀ: Breath Video Series, v6)
Learn how UHWO students strengthen their sense of belonging with the HA framework (Nā Hopena A’o).

Uses: This interactive video was creating using one of six videos from this YouTube playlist by Anuhea Piliere. Hawaiian translations of terms used were inserted as clickable elements periodically throughout the videos, and additional resources were linked for users to learn more.

Source: Char Hopela, Office of Distance Learning, UH West Oʻahu; Anuhea Piliere, Academic Support Specialist, Kauaʻi Community College

Activity: Hawaiian Language – E Make Nō Paha
Learners will understand context appropriate Hawaiian language words by watching a short animation video about a frog in a dissection lab.

Uses: This interactive video test the students understanding context appropriate Hawaiian language words and allows students to practice ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) through engagement in different types of activities and contexts.

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

Activity: Hawaiian Language – Ka Hopena o ka ʻĀnunu
Learners will understand context appropriate Hawaiian language words by watching a short video of a birdʻs exploration through a city.

Uses: This interactive video test the students understanding context appropriate Hawaiian language words and allows students to practice ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) through engagement in different types of activities and contexts.

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

Activity: Explorations – Exclusive Private Clubs
This video accompanies a chapter on private club management and highlights exclusive private clubs around the world. The interactive video activity reviews key characteristics of each highlighted private club.

Uses: N/A

Source: Amy Shiroma, Hospitality and Tourism (HOST), Kapiʻolani Community College

Activity: Biology – The Citric Acid Cycle
This interactive video is centered around the topic of oxidation of pyruvate and the citric acid cycle.

Uses: This activity is embedded with an OER textbook and is used in conjuction with a text quiz. Several knowledge check questions are presented throughout the video.

Source: Biology 171 OER Textbook, Open Stax CNX, Kevin Bennett and Cheryl Squair (Biology 171), Ariana Eichelberger (Editor)

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Mark the Words

Activity: Ka Laupapa Aloha
Learners will identify native Hawaiian fish in a short story in Hawaiian language.

Uses: Practice ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) through engagement in different types of activities and contexts.

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

Activity: Hawaiian Language – Nā Iʻa (Fish): Memory Cards
Learners will master the names of Native Hawaiian fish by correctly matching images.

Uses: Memory game designed to familiarize names of native Hawaiian fish to their appearance while practicing ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language).

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

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Memory Game

Activity: Hawaiian Language – Nā Manu (Birds): Memory Cards
Learners will master the names of Native Hawaiian birds by correctly matching images.

Uses: Memory game designed to familiarize names of native Hawaiian birds to their appearance while practicing ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language).

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

Activity: Hawaiian Language – Nā Iʻa (Fish): Memory Cards
Learners will master the names of Native Hawaiian fish by correctly matching images.

Uses: Memory game designed to familiarize names of native Hawaiian fish to their appearance while practicing ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language).

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

Question Set

Activity: Explorations – 2022 State of the Cruise Industry Outlook
Students review a published report on the State of the Cruise Industry from the Cruise Lines International Association and answer the question set activity.

Uses: N/A

Source: Amy Shiroma, Hospitality and Tourism (HOST), Kapiʻolani Community College

Activity: Hawaiian Language – Nā Iʻa (Fish): Memory Cards
Learners will master the names of Native Hawaiian fish by correctly matching images.

Uses: Memory game designed to familiarize names of native Hawaiian fish to their appearance while practicing ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language).

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

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Sort the Paragraphs

Activity: A Vida De Estudante Na UH – Parte 1
In this interactive learners develop their interpretive communication skills by reading an email from Gabriel, a Brazilian student who will be coming to study at UH Mānoa.  For the first part of this activity, they must put his email in a logical order.

Uses: Practice the use of Portuegese in different applications.

Source: Rachel Mamiya Hernandez, Languages and Literatures of Europe and the Americas (LLEA), UH Mānoa

Activity: Infant and Toddler Milestones: Descriptions
Descriptions of typically developing infants and toddlers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website are listed. Students sort each description [paragraph] in chronological order from youngest to oldest.

Uses: Memory game designed to familiarize names of native Hawaiian birds to their appearance while practicing ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language).

Source: Rheta Kuwahara, College of Tropical Agriculture & Human Resources (CTAHR), UH Mānoa

The Chase

Activity: Norway Trivia
Learners will compete against other users to test their knowledge of Norwegian trivia.

Uses: Knowledge check with gamification elements including the ability to compete with others.

Source: Sample activity shared by H5P/Joubel support representative Siv-Hege Blikfeldt

Activity: Norway Trivia
Learners will compete against other users to test their knowledge of Norwegian trivia.

Uses: Knowledge check with gamification elements including the ability to compete with others.

Source: Sample activity shared by H5P/Joubel support representative Siv-Hege Blikfeldt

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True/False Question

Activity: Hawaiian Language – Ka Hana Ma Kai (Working in the ocean)
Learners will preview an image and a question, then will determine if the question referencing the image is correct or not.

Uses: N/A

Source: Kahealani Lono, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, UH Mānoa

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Virtual Tour (360)

Activity: Ko Hawaii Pae Aina – Hawaiian Archipelago (Hawaiian Geography)
This tour provides learners with images and facts about the flora and fauna of the Hawaiian Archipelago.

Uses: N/A

Source: Allyson Ota, Learning Design and Technology, College of Education, UH Mānoa

Activity: Touring China – Famous Buddha Statues (Chinese History/Religion)
Learners are provided with facts, videos and 360 views of two Chinese sites with giant Buddha statues.

Uses: N/A

Source: Yugang Zhou, Learning Design and Technology, College of Education, UH Mānoa