Conference Program

Monday 03. December
8.15 – 9.00
Registration & Coffee
9.00 – 9.10
Welcome to Country
speaker
9.10 – 9.20
Welcome to Victoria University
Ian Solomonides, Vice President Learning & Teaching
speaker
9.20 – 10.20
Keynote: Empowering everyone to create, share and reuse
Svein-Tore Griff With (aká falcon, The H5P Core Team)
speaker speaker speaker speaker
10.20 – 11.00
Day One surprise
Svein-Tore Griff With (aká falcon, The H5P Core Team), Michael Sturmey (VU), Jelena Milinovic (The H5P Core Team), Sonia Wilkie (VU)
11.00 – 11.30
Morning tea break
Parallel sessions
speaker
11.30 – 11.55
Working Paper
Room 1
Wide-scale implementation of H5P in Estonian high schools
Mart Laanpere, Tallinn University
speaker
11.30 – 11.55
Full Research Paper
Room 2
Language Lift: improving students' language skills through interactive online content
Meg Wyatt, Monash University, Australia
speaker
11.30 – 11.55
Working Paper
Room 3
Tapestry: A Tool for Building Interactive, Remixable, Reusable, and Extensible Educational Modules
Steven Barnes, University of British Columbia, Canada
Parallel sessions
Parallel sessions
speaker
12.00 – 12.25
Working Paper
Room 1
Inspiring and Upskilling Academic Staff to Build, Edit and use H5P Interactive Learning Objects
Jessi Dillon, Victoria University, Australia
speaker
12.00 – 12.25
Working Paper
Room 2
Interaction and engagement made easy: Developing web based interactive case studies for pathophysiology course using H5P
Manisha Thakkar, Endeavour College of Natural Health, Australia
Parallel sessions
speaker
12.30 – 12.55
Working Paper
Room 1
Applying H5P to Conflict and Peace Studies: A Scoping Study
Gavin Mount, University of New South Wales, Australia
speaker
12.30 – 12.55
Working Paper
Room 2
Using the H5P tool to develop reusable learning objects for Block Model delivery: Librarians’ experience
Sarika Singh, Victoria University, Australia
speaker
12.00 – 12.55
Tech Demo
Room 3
Innovative subject specific H5P templates in DigiOppeVaramu project (math, music, chemistry, history)
Priit Tammets Tallinn University, Estonia
1.00 – 2.00
Lunch
Parallel sessions
speaker
2.00 – 2.55
Visual Presentation
Room 1
The Canvas and H5P connection: Engaging NEAS academic managers online
Darren Brookes, NEAS, Australia
speaker
2.00 – 2.55
Visual Presentation
Room 2
Competence partnerships for usability, quality and diversity trough OER/H5P?
Ole Fossgård and Jan Frode Lindsø, Norwegian Digital Learning Arena, Norway
speaker
2.00 – 2.55
Visual Presentation
Room 3
H5P and Moodle - the secrets of a great marriage
Stuart Mealor HRDNZ (Moodle Partner), New Zealand
Parallel sessions
speaker
3.00 – 3.25
Working Paper
Room 1
Gradable Videos for Proficient French
Leigh Canny, Monash University, Australia
speaker
3.00 – 3.25
Full Research Paper
Room 2
Interactive Video Moves Online Education Forward
Antoinette Oesterlein, Independence Universe, United States of America
speaker
3.00 – 3.25
Working Paper
Room 3
Enhancing Cyber Security Training with H5P
Adam Welle, Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America
3.30 – 4.00
Afternoon tea break
Parallel sessions
speaker
4.00 – 4.25
Working Paper
Room 1
UNICEF Denmark loves H5P
Rikke Falkenberg Kofoed, Leg med IT, Denmark
speaker
4.00 – 4.25
Working Paper
Room 2
Mathematical expressions within H5P
Odette Murdoch University of Auckland, New Zealand
speaker
4.00 – 4.25
Working Paper
Room 3
Using interactive H5P-videos (1) to reduce students’ errors and (2) provide audio-visual feedback in digital exercises
Evelyn Schirmer, Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Parallel sessions
speaker
4.30 – 4.55
Full Research Paper
Room 1
Pimp my slides: Design Considerations when creating H5P: Online Interactive Activities
Sonia Wilkie, Victoria University, Australia
speaker
4.30 – 4.55
Working Paper
Room 2
OB3 and H5P - challenges and opportunities of integrating learning tools
Rodney Tamblyn, OcreanBrowser LTD, New Zealand
speaker
4.30 – 4.55
Working Paper
Room 3
Accessibility in H5P
Pål Jørgensen (aká fnoks, The H5P Core Team)
5.00
Wrap up day 1
Tuesday 04. December
8.15 – 9.00
Registration & Coffee
speaker
9.00 – 9.45
Keynote: Michael Sturmey
Associate Director, Digital Environments, Victoria University
speaker
9.45 – 10.00
Sponsor: D2L
D2L
speaker
10.00 – 10.40
Day Two surprise
Pål Jørgensen (aká fnoks, The H5P Core Team)
speakerspeaker
10.40 – 11.00
Click Happy: Positive Impact of Learning with Interactive Video
Sonia Wilkie, Victoria University, Australia and Matthew Jorgensen​, Saint Stephen's College, Australia
11.00 – 11.30
Morning tea break
Parallel sessions
Parallel sessions
speaker
11.30 – 12.25
Visual Presentation
Room 1
Nudging Higher Education in the right direction: The story of H5P at Deakin University
Ian Story, Deakin University Australia
speaker
11.30 – 11.55
Working Paper
Room 2
H5P Use Case and Integration Experience
Paul Hellwege, Monash College, Australia
speaker
12.00 – 12.25
Working Paper
Room 2
Learnings from implementing H5P to create a suite of interactive training videos
Lilani Arulkadacham, Monash University, Australia
Parallel sessions
speaker
12.30 – 12.55
Visual Presentation
Room 1
Fostering a Community of Inquiry (CoI) through Problem-Based Learning (PBL) in H5P
Michael Radcliff, Victoria University Australia
speaker
12.30 – 12.55
Full Research Paper
Room 2
Data Dance: Dance Education Online
Megan Beckwith, Distance Education Centre Victoria, Australia
speaker
11.30 – 12.55
Workshop
Room 3
H5P Conference drop-in workshop
The H5P Core Team hosts a two day workshop where community members may for instance develop or translate content types with help from core team members. It will also be possible to create content or just hang out. In this first part an intro to content type development will be provided.
1.00 – 2.00
Lunch
Parallel sessions
Parallel sessions
speaker
2.00 – 3.00
Workshop
Room 1
Simple Questions for Smarter Students: Re-Envisioning Higher-Order Thinking with H5P Tools
Autumn Hayes, Texas State University, United States of America
speaker
2.00 – 3.00
Tech Demo
Room 2
Memory Game using both audio and visual input
Rikke Kofoed Leg med IT, Denmark
Parallel sessions
speakerspeaker
3.05 – 3.30
Working Paper
Room 1
Training faculty about using H5P in the NGDLE
Dries Vanacker and Frederic Raes, Artevelde University of Applied Sciences, Belgium
speaker
3.05 – 3.30
Full Research Paper
Room 2
Acceptance and implementation patterns of H5P-based digital learning resources in Estonian high schools
Mart Laanpere Tallinn University, Estonia
speaker
2.00 – 3.30
Workshop
Room 3
H5P Conference drop-in workshop
The H5P Core Team hosts a two day workshop where community members may for instance develop or translate content types with help from core team members. It will also be possible to create content or just hang out.
3.30 – 4.00
Afternoon tea break
4.00-4.30
Wrap up day 2
7.00
Conference Dinner
Wednesday 05. December
8.15 – 9.00
Registration & Coffee
speaker
9.00 – 9.45
Keynote: What is next?
Svein-Tore Griff With (aká falcon, The H5P Core Team)
speaker
9.45 – 10.30
Efficient content creation
Jelena Milinovic (The H5P Core Team)
speaker
10.30 – 11.00
Day three surprise
Oliver Tacke (The H5P Core Team)
11.00 – 11.30
Morning tea break
Parallel sessions
Parallel sessions
speaker
11.30 – 11.55
Working Paper
Room 1
Interactive & 360 video in simulation education
Thomas Claeys, Artevelde University of Applied Sciences Belgium
speaker
11.30 – 11.55
Working Paper
Room 2
H5P Sharing Units resources
Tania Mcdonald, Victoria University, Australia
Parallel sessions
speaker
12.00 – 12.25
Full Research Paper
Room 1
Diagnosing and remedying pre-service teacher misconceptions in geometry through the use of an adaptive eLearning tool (H5P)
Neil Fernandes, Victoria University, Australia
speaker
12.00 – 12.25
Working Paper
Room 2
Scaffolding assessment completion through the support of H5P learning interactives
Ges Ng, Navitas, Australia
Parallel sessions
speaker
12.30 – 12.55
Working Paper
Room 1
H5P in a K - 12 Context at Saint Stephen's College
Matthew Jorgensen, Saint Stephen's College, Australia
speaker
12.30 – 12.55
Full Research Paper
Room 2
Developing Task Design in Computer-based L2 listening
Fahad Ahmed Otaif, University of Melbourne, Australia
speaker
11.30 – 12.55
Workshop
Room 3
H5P Conference drop-in workshop
The H5P Core Team hosts a two day workshop where community members may for instance develop or translate content types with help from core team members. It will also be possible to create content or just hang out.
1.00 – 2.00
Lunch
Parallel sessions
Parallel sessions
speaker
2.00 – 2.55
Workshop
Room 2
Working with H5P in Moodle
Christine Nicholas, Victorian TAFE Association, Australia
speaker
2.00 – 2.25
Working Paper
Room 1
Our journey with H5P: the story of a library and its eLearning adventures
Amy Han, Monash University, Australia
speaker
2.30 – 2.55
Working Paper
Room 1
Retaining Students and Designing for Success with H5P
Jonathan Hvaal, International College of Management Sydney, Australia
Parallel sessions
speaker
3.00 – 3.25
Working Paper
Room 1
STEM-World mixed reality & Project MINTernational innovative – using H5P-videos to support problem-based learning and a combined
Jan Erik Kunze, Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences, Germany
speaker
3.00 – 3.25
Working Paper
Room 2
Encouraging Adoption of H5P by Sessional Academic Staff
Graeme Salter, King’s Own Institute, Australia
speaker
2.00 – 3.25
Workshop
Room 3
H5P Conference drop-in workshop
The H5P Core Team hosts a two day workshop where community members may for instance develop or translate content types with help from core team members. It will also be possible to create content or just hang out.
3.30 – 4.00
Afternoon tea break
4.00 – 5.00
Conference Wrap up & Online Challenge Awards
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