Random selection + shuffle for fill-in-the-blanks, others
I love h5p and am even back on Moodle now, in part thanks to you. I'll outline a few wishes/requests in the next few posts, as it seems you do welcome these :-)
Let's say I have a list of seventy items to put in a fill-in-the-blank quiz. Vocabulary lists or irregular verbs for example, with the past tense and past participle as blanks. Ideally, I'd input all items and asterisks in one exercise composed of X number of questions - for example, 70 irregulars for 70 questions (with two blanks each). Then I would define a smaller number of questions to appear each time the "game" is played. The student would complete a 15 question exercise rather than all 70. With each new try, the questions would be shuffled and 15 chosen according to some savvy formula or randomization.
Two obvious advantages: 1) keep a large list in one place, 2) automatic shuffling. I use Excel to shuffle at the present time.
The next step would be to shuffle according to results and reuse questions the student missed the first time around. I forget the term for this.
This could be seen as an alternative to a question bank - a question bank for some exercises, perhaps with a limit to avoid a crash or slowdown. It would maintain h5p's flexibility as well, because lots of exercises present and use the data differently, which is fantastic.
Dialog cards, memory, fill-in-the-blanks, T/F, Multiple choice would be good candidates in my opinion. Even drag/drop zones, with X out of Y hotspots active while the background stays the same.