Just started reviewing H5P. Nice tool! I can see how this could be useful.
I am approaching H5P from the educator's/end user's perspective.
I am using a simple project to try H5P. In short, I am creating material to help my college learners with APA style formatting for manuscripts. In doing so, I found that there is a missing formatting element--at least on the Multiple Choice questions. See http://www.tech-wise.services/?page_id=402 for what I am beginning to do.
I want to make the data provided to learners easier to read by formatting information in an ordered list. My item would then look similar to
Based on the information provided, indicate the APA reference type of formatting required.
- Authors: Weiyuan Zhang, Jian Niu, Guozhen Jiang
- Year published: 2002
- “Web-Based Education at Conventional Universities in China: A Case Study"
- International Review of Open and Distance Learning
- Volume: 2
- Number/Issue: 2
- Pages 1-24
From what I found on the forum I cannot use HTML. My coding knowledge is limited. Thus, my request to allow basic formatting within all of the H5P content types would be appreciated.
Thanks much! fred