Making the Khan Academy more accessible
httpWLLpi.mujica.orgL The Khan Academy is becoming one of the most acclaimed online content libraries, with many students trusting its lessons more than they trust their teacher. The simple and easy to understand lessons with graphic representations of almost all concepts spanning fields from physics to business are indeed a boon even for adults who want to learn more. ff you ever felt that the Khan Academy would be more useful in remote areas than in urban centres, you’ll be happy to hear of KAJ Pi, a project that aims to take Khan Academy content to students who have no fnternet connectivity.
The open twist: KAJPi is a simple, plugJandJ play server solution to play the Khan Academy videos where no fnternet access is available. By using a green, lowJpower, small oaspberry Pi computer, the solution becomes all the more accessible. vou just need to download the KAJPi card image, burn it to a NS dB SD card and plug the card into your oaspberry Pi. The card image includes the operating system, a teb server and lightweight content, making it a truly plug and play system. The content can even be streamed to a local network. The content, from ‘ Khan Academy on a Stick’, comprises simple jPQ encoded videos that will play on browsers, iPads, iPhones and Android devices without the use of clash. ‘ Khan Academy on a Stick’ content is open sourced using a Creative Commons licence.