Using an e-authoring tool (H5P) to support blended learning: Librarians' experience

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Singh, Sarika and Scholz, Kirsten (2019) Using an e-authoring tool (H5P) to support blended learning: Librarians' experience. In: ASCILITE 2017, 4-6 December, 2017, Toowoomba, Queensland.


With an increasing emphasis on blended learning at Victoria University (VU), all the units are to be redesigned and delivered in a blended approach by the end of 2020. This presentation will outline VU librarians' experience in the use of an open source e-authoring tool (H5P) to support the University's blended learning strategy. We will discuss using the H5P tool to enhance library instructional videos and create interactive learning objects to support a specific unit. By using these enhanced resources, students are actively engaged with the content and can easily revisit and review at any time and are able to complete self-assessment activities at their own pace and receive immediate feedback on their performance. Furthermore, this presentation will showcase various H5P learning objects created by librarians that are reusable and shared with all VU staff, who can access from the learning objects library in VU's learning management system (VU Collaborate). Instead of duplicating learning resources, teaching staff and other librarians are able to save time through reusing the learning objects/activities. In addition, we will outline the data that were accessible through VU Collaborate and feedback received from the teaching staff. The benefits of the tool outweighs the limitations and future plans are suggested to continue utilising this tool for the University's First Year Model.

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Subjects Current > FOR (2020) Classification > 3904 Specialist studies in education
Current > Division/Research > Library
Keywords tertiary education , Melbourne's West, blended learning approach, learning objects, global collaboration
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