KA Lite: lightweight web server for serving core Khan Academy content (videos and exercises) without needing internet connectivity
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Khan Academy's core mission is to "provide a free world-class education for anyone anywhere", and as over
60% of the world's population is without access to the internet, primarily in the developing world, providing an alternative delivery mechanism for Khan Academy content is key to fulfilling this mission.
KA Lite__ is a lightweight
Django__ web app for serving core Khan Academy content (videos and exercises) from a local server, with points and progress-tracking, without needing internet connectivity.
KA Lite GitHub Wiki__
Introducing KA Lite, an offline version of Khan Academy__.
Later in 2017, Learning Equality will be launching the successor of KA Lite. It's called
Kolibri__ and will have very similar features to KA Lite, but will also be a platform for many other educational resources besides Khan Academy's.
Because of the popularity of KA Lite, we are continuing to support deployments by providing fixes to problems that directly affect current usage. These include issues related to new browsers, operating systems etc. We are also still optimizing regarding performance issues.
If you are creating a new deployment at this very moment, feel assured that KA Lite is still alive and will be maintained for the rest of 2017, after which point we will be recommending that you migrate to Kolibri.
In the meantime, if you need new features in KA Lite, we welcome you to join the community and contribute. In other words, we (Learning Equality) encourages you (community members), to feel empowered and take responsibility for the future of KA Lite.
Contact Us ^^^^^^^^^^
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The KA Lite sourcecode itself is open-source
MIT licensed, and the other included software and content is licensed as described in the
LICENSEfile. Please note that KA Lite is not officially affiliated with, nor maintained by, Khan Academy, but rather makes use of Khan Academy's open API and Creative Commons content, which may only be used for non-commercial purposes.