Welcome! Kolibri is open source and available to download directly from our download page. After downloading the platform, you can import resources from our Kolibri Content Library, or import your own content channels using our online curriculum tool, Kolibri Studio (see more information below!). After the content has been downloaded initially, it can be distributed completely offline via peer-to-peer or on external storage device.
We also recommend taking a look at our full set of documentation to learn more about installation and using Kolibri.
Downloading Kolibri will give you the best sense of what it will look like with your own materials. We also encourage you to explore the online demo site to get a better feel for what Kolibri looks like, and can test out the three user account types (learner, coach and admin).
Kolibri is installed onto a server, which can include a variety of low-cost and legacy devices and operating systems. It can also be accessed on a variety of client devices over a local area network. Take a look at our hardware guide for a sense of what technical components are needed for set-up and configuration, as well as a list of some possible device types here.
We are also providing a private (initial) release of a Kolibri Android App to users who meet a certain set of criteria, to ensure that the current functionalities and experience meet the general needs of the anticipated use case. If you are interested in learning more about this, please contact us at
Our Kolibri EdTech Toolkit supports facilitators in integrating Kolibri in learning environments by providing resources for do-it-yourself implementation, including hardware suggestions, training materials (for a “training of trainers” scaffolded model), teacher resources, blended learning strategies, and more.
Create an account on Kolibri Studio by going to https://studio.learningequality.org. You can learn more about getting started on Studio, along with additional guidance for curriculum alignment, by accessing our Kolibri Studio training toolkit, which has tutorials on how to use the tool, reflection questions to consider to help you make best use of it, and more.
We ask you to re-direct support inquiries to our community forum, where Learning Equality and our community can engage with you.
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KA Lite is no longer under active development, but it will continue to be available for download and use. However, Kolibri is better positioned for any organization new to Learning Equality’s tools and software, as it has feature parity with KA Lite, and includes Khan Academy content in a variety of languages. To learn more about the differences between KA Lite and Kolibri, read our blog post here.