Using Kolibri Studio, you can explore pre-organized libraries of open educational resources, and bundle, tag, differentiate, re-order, and distribute their content into custom channels. You can then publish and import channels–either your own or those shared with you by others-- into Kolibri (if you have an “admin” account) for offline use with a unique “token” generated for each channel.
Our public channels are available under “Content Library” and we will continue to grow the offerings available in the Library. Email email@example.com with any recommendations that you would like to be included for public use in the Library.
Browse through the list of resources below to learn more about Kolibri Studio and to begin creating your own custom channel:
- Instructions for creating a new channel on Kolibri Studio
- Content integration guide
- [For larger amounts of content] Content integration script instructions: Creating a content integration script allows the automated import of content into the Kolibri platform. The ricecooker library provides tools and helper methods for the creation of content channels. Consult the ricecooker documentation for info about the content types supported and the different workflows for importing content. For developers, the getting started tutorial is the best place to get started.
- Video compression instructions: Choosing the file format and resolution settings are important considerations when preparing videos for use in Kolibri. For optimal results, videos should be compressed in order to achieve small file sizes. Follow the guide to video compression to ensure the video files you upload are well suited for offline distribution and playback on all Kolibri devices.
- Video tutorials: Using Studio: Your Content Workspace for Kolibri
- Slide gif tutorial: Step by step Studio tutorial