Book - Collect and display a variety of types of course content, including text, links, and multimedia, in a "readable" interface of a series of chapters.
Checklist - Allows an instructor to create a checklist / to-do list / task list for their students to work through.
Glossary - Enables participants to create and maintain a list of definitions, like a dictionary.
Lesson - For delivering content in flexible ways through modules.
Wiki - A collection of web pages that anyone can add to or edit
You can use H5P - a collection of interactive web tools - directly in Moodle.
To start, click on "Add a new activity or resource" where you would like to include interactive content. Use the activity chooser to select the "Interactive Content" option. Once you have selected which H5P toolkit you would like to use, it will take you through a short form that creates your interactive content.
It's worth having a look at what H5P can do before you begin, however, because there are over 40 options available. Some of our favorites include Interactive Video, Image Hotspots, Image Juxtaposition (a great before-and-after effect), or an interactive Course Presentation. But these are just a few! Please don't hesitate to browse the examples at H5P.org, or to set up a consultation with a member of the Digital Pedagogy team; we would love to help you build interactive course moments.