This Raspberry Pi based server distribution was created by Norberto Mujica, email@example.com, to help and support educational needs where there is no Internet access. It uses the offline Khan Academy videos package of "Khan Academy on a Stick", which is being used in many places around the world.
The content is a specially selected subset of the one available in khanacademy.org. This latest and beautifully organized August 2013 content collection was assembled by Jonathan Field, both for the English and Spanish versions.
You can send your comments and suggestions by email to Norberto, firstname.lastname@example.org. For the Khan Academy content packaging you can email Jonathan, at email@example.com . Your feedback on "Khan Academy on a Stick" will be greatly appreciated.
This lightweight version, which can be accessed also from Apple iOS devices, like the iPad or iPhones, requires an HTML 5 compatible modern browser that supports the mp4 format (with the popular H.264 video and AAC audio encodings). This table online shows which video formats are likely to be supported by a given browser. These were the supported browsers for this version at the time of its release: Internet Explorer 9+ (on Windows, Windows Phone and Windows RT), Google Chrome 3+ (for Windows or Mac), Safari (for Mac or iOS 3.5+), Firefox 21 and newer, Android 3+. .
You can visualize online the actual "Khan Academy on a Stick" content included in this KA-Pi distribution, and test your browsers, at ko.mujica.org
Yes. The Khan Academy on a Pi distribution is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Inspired by the great work of khanacademy.org.
You can use this offline version except for any commercial purpose, like selling it in any way. You can only distribute it for free, and you must keep the attribution and the "About" section (about.html).