Khan Academy is a known platform for great short courses and videos by Salman Khan. The platform covers subjects like Computers, Maths, Biology, etc. Anyone with internet access can go to the website of Khan Academy and can watch videos. Khan Academy’s videos are very popular among students and teachers worldwide.
Yes, internet is required to watch Khan Academy videos but with KA LITE, you can get offline access to Khan Academy videos and exercises. KA LITE- an offline version of Khan Academy; let’s explore more about it.
What is KA LITE?
KA LITE is an offline version of Khan Academy offering high-quality education by bringing the online learning accessible to the offline users.
No Internet Access
KA LITE is open-source software that runs on the local server and users can watch Khan Academy videos and do exercises as well as track student’s progress, etc, everything without Internet connectivity.
Videos and Interactive Exercises
KA LITE provides over 4,000 videos and interactive exercises on science, maths, economics, history that matches to the common core standards. On KA LITE, users can:
- miscellaneous assortment of math exercises for learners that gives instant feedback
- Offers step-by-step solutions
- Works over a point system to encourage constant practice of material
Customizable for personal, school and classroom usage: KA LITE can be used for personal use, for classroom as well as for school.
Track Performance: Performances can be easily tracked using KA LITE, educators can prepare comprehensive report.
Self-paced learning can easily take place on this platform. So that less-advanced learners aren’t left back from the advanced learners.
Parents and educators can see student’s report card so that class time could be utilised to emphasis on the individuals need.
The online hub enables project administrators to firmly see usage data from offline placements.
KA LITE is available in ten different languages. They are:
- Le Français
KA LITE is an open-source project and can be downloaded and run into window, linux, and mac. You can get the installation guide over its website.