With the most recent release of the Grav Open Course Hub, site authors can insert H5P content (hosted on h5p.org) into any page using a simple Shortcode (i.e.
[h5p id="712"]). In addition, a new H5P button is now available in the Admin Panel page editor to make using the H5P Shortcode even easie...
I recently highlighted some of the key things to know about the Grav Open Course Hub project, and I thought I would share them here too:
❓Did you know❓— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) March 8, 2018
Perhaps one of the most unique aspects of the @getgrav Open Course Hub is that Theme files (incl. CSS) are auto-synced with content to GitHub/GitLab/etc. so tech-savvy instructors (and students!) can provide hands-on authoring help to other Open Course Hub users.
I recently tweeted a set of updated Grav Open Course Hub workflow diagrams, and I thought I would share them here:
Figure 1. Grav Open Course Hub Workflow.
With the release of the Open Course Hub 2.0 package, three example sites are included in the Course Hub Bootstrap theme’s _demo folder; basic, intermediate and advanced. Let’s take a brief look at the visual appearance and highlights of each example:
I recently tweeted a few highlights about the 2.0 release of the Open Course Hub and I thought I would share them here:
The Grav Open Course Hub supports a number of optional URL flags (i.e. parameters) to better support embedding Hub content into other LMSs such as Canvas or Moodle:
chromeless - hide all global navigation elements
summaryonly - display the summary of a blog post
hidepagetitle - hide the title of a page
Long on my to-do list was to further explore how Grav Open Course Hub content could be displayed within the popular open source Moodle LMS. Curious about the initial results? You can explore a live demo at paulhibbitts.net/moodle/course/view.php?id=2 and view some draft docs at learn.hibbittsdesign.org/coursehub/integrating-grav-with-moodle.
Figure 1. Grav Course Hub content within Moodle.