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Afghanistan team develops new tools for interactive content

New extensions to the eXe learning platform, recently developed by our team in Afghanistan, make it possible to create interactive educational content in minutes that can be exported as XOL library files or HTML / Javascript, for use in any web browser. It provides a point and click graphical interface to create a variety of different interaction formats, such as:
  • sorting,
  • assembly of parts,
  • hangman games,
  • moving object speed answer games
  • geography quizzes, and more...
Here are screenshots of the new extensions in action:
[caption id="attachment_1647" align="alignnone" width="200" caption="eXe creation screen"]eXe creation screen for a mapping quiz[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1648" align="alignnone" width="285" caption="eXe exporting a game as an .xol"]eXe exporting a game as an .xol[/caption]
And here is the result, expoerted as an .xol file and working the next minute on an XO: [caption id="attachment_1646" align="alignnone" width="400" caption="eXe map activity on an XO"]eXe map activity on an XO[/caption] Development is actively ongoing, and suggestions and contributions are welcome.  For details see the Paiwastoon project page.
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joe campitiello (not verified) says: How about selling these to school right here in the USA we need the technology but do not have the funds May 28, 2010 at 4 pm

javed alam (not verified) says: i think it is open source so it should be free June 10, 2010 at 3 am