Educational Technology

December 27, 2012

Now learners don’t need an Internet connection to watch Khan Academy lessons

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:29 am

by Singularity Hub

The Khan Academy has had quite a year and to end 2012 on an even higher note, the organization recently introduced Khan Academy Lite, or KA Lite, which provides a version of the service’s popular educational lessons using wireless peer-to-peer sharing. That means that the nonprofit organization’s lessons can be accessed by offline users who, for one reason or the other, do not have an Internet connection.

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