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Install latest/stable of eXeLearning

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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Install using the command line

sudo snap install exelearning

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Your Free and Open Source Editor to create Educational Resources.

eXeLearning is an easy to use authoring tool under GPL-2+ to create educational web contents.

Installing eXeLearning on Ubuntu: sudo snap install exelearning

eXeLearning generates interactive contents in HTML5 and other formats and it allows you to create websites including text, images, interactive activities, image galleries, evaluating rubrics, multimedia clips, games...

All the educational materials can be exported in different formats: SCORM, IMS, ePub, responsive HTML website, XLIFF...

eXeLearning is available for GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. Go to https://exelearning.net/ for more download options.

eXelearning SNAP package known issues:

  • No custom browser selection.
  • eXeLearning is not the default application for the elp files. You can make it the default one, but all zip files will then be open with it. We recommend the File - Open option instead.

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Last updated
21 June 2021

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Debian 10
Debian sid
Zorin OS 15
Zorin OS 16
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pop 21.04
Fedora 34
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