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DawnHunter
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What other Interactive Learning Activities are available on Canvas?

Hi everyone, I am a project manager and I am supporting an external content design team to develop a MOOC on Canvas for the first time. 

My content designers and I are very new to Canvas and we are building our first course on it! We are keen to find out if there are different types of interactive learning activities that can be integrated into Canvas courses, either natively through the platform or embedded through another service.

What interactive learning activities can be built and what are you using to develop them? We are already pretty comfortable with New Quizzes, and H5P integrations such as polls and word clouds. I was thinking of more creative activities like talking to a bot, branching activities, etc.

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.

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Ben69
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@DawnHunter wrote: HISD Connect

Hi everyone, I am a project manager and I am supporting an external content design team to develop a MOOC on Canvas for the first time. 

My content designers and I are very new to Canvas and we are building our first course on it! We are keen to find out if there are different types of interactive learning activities that can be integrated into Canvas courses, either natively through the platform or embedded through another service.

What interactive learning activities can be built and what are you using to develop them? We are already pretty comfortable with New Quizzes, and H5P integrations such as polls and word clouds. I was thinking of more creative activities like talking to a bot, branching activities, etc.

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.


I'm currently experiencing the exact same thing.

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ColtonSwapp
Instructure
Instructure

Hello @DawnHunter 

Thanks for posting this in the global Canvas Community! 

There are quite a few apps and LTI's that can be used in Canvas that could be considered interactive learning activities.  

  • One thing that came to mind when I reading over your post here, was SCORM. I have seen SCORM used in many instances for various subjects of study. Typically instructors would use scorm in the modules pages for their courses and the students can complete each module with SCORM activities pertaining to the subject of study. 
  • Some other apps you could look into would include Padlet, Google slides, and anything that allows for HTML Embedding in the Rich Content Editor. 

-Colton 

 

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