eXe Learning is a free and open source editor you can use to create educational resources.
Available for Windows, macOS, and Linux, you can use the eXe application in many ways:
- To create or develop accessible contents in XHTML or HTML5 format.
- To generate complete websites (navigable web pages).
- To include interactive contents (different types of questions and activities) in each page.
- To export the contents in different formats such as:
ePub3 (an open standard for e-books),
- IMS or SCORM – educational standards used to publish interactive contents in platforms or eLearning tools as Moodle or any other OER (Open Educational Resources) repositories
- XLIFF (standard for translation).
- To classify, or to catalog, educational contents according to different metadata models including: Dublin Core, LOM, LOM-ES.
From the website:
eXeLearning is a free software tool under GPL-2 that can be used to create educational interactive web contents. eXeLearning can generate interactive contents in XHTML or HTML5 format and it allows you to create easily navigable web pages including text, images, interactive activities, image galleries or multimedia clips. All the educational materials generated with eXeLearning can be exported in different digital formats, to be used independently or to integrate them into a LMS (Learning Management System) like Moodle.
The latest version is 2.3 (http://exelearning.net/en/novedades/)
Originally developed in New Zealand, the project is now developed by an active Spanish community through the Instituto de Tecnologías Educativas del Ministerio de Educación del Gobierno de España (now INTEF).
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