H5P interactive games

H5P is a free and open-source content collaboration framework based on JavaScript.
I’ve used it to create interactive games and interfaces to support learning curriculum I have designed.

I created this game as part of the Better Utah Institute Civic Engagement Toolkit. It aims to teach users that while there is an optimal path to casting their ballots, often there are still options available to vote if things don’t go perfectly.

I developed a game timeline, made the video in Adobe Premiere using stock video footage and music, and created the interactivity using images as buttons in the H5P interface.

This game is also part of the Better Utah Institute Civic Engagement Toolkit. It’s in the course, “Utah Legislature 101.” The goal of this game is to educate users about the Legislative Rules Committee that decides what does or does not make it to the “menu” of the legislature.

I used cooking imagery in the lesson and created this game to look like a chalkboard menu. Users are instructed to add five bills of their choice to the menu and put the other bills in the “not on the menu” section.

This game is also part of the Better Utah Institute Civic Engagement Toolkit, and the course, “Utah Legislature 101.” It aims to educate users about legislative bill types and their abbreviations.

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