Interactive Course - Allow users to upload a file

Miki's picture

Hello,

Interactive Course module was great so far, really nice job!

However I wanted to ask if there is a way for a user to upload a PDF trough the course as a response to particular questions?
Basicaly I would like if there is a possiblity to add an upload function to Ineractive Courses or as a module which than can be used other than only in Interactive Course. This feature will upload PDF, Word files, etc.

Let me know if this is something managable and usable to you? :)

Best regards,

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Upload File Function
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thomasmars's picture

Hi,

There is currently no way to upload PDFs or other text files to any content type. It should be possible to add this feature to any content type though with some work. How do you imagine using a PDF upload option, can you give some compelling use-cases where this is needed and how this should look/interact ?

E.McGraw-Austin's picture

Hi I landed here b/c I'm seeking to add a .pdf to an annotated video. It is a negotiation and the attached document will outline negotiation strategies appropriate to what the student has just seen.

Please let me know if this feature is available.

thanks!

E.McGraw-Austin's picture

Hi I landed here b/c I'm seeking to add a .pdf to an annotated video. It is a negotiation and the attached document will outline negotiation strategies appropriate to what the student has just seen.

Please let me know if this feature is available.

thanks!

otacke's picture

Hi E!

No, that's not possible.

Best,

Oliver 

Can you please explore the option to add a new h5p activity to upload documents?

We all really need it

BV52's picture

Hi AllianzEnergy,

I'm afraid there are no immediate plans from the H5P core team to add this feature and AFAIK no one from the community is developing it. The good thing about H5P is that it is open source so anyone can add this feature or (crowd) fund its development.

-BV