Ximera lets you write documents in L^{a}T_{e}X and post them as interactive activities online for your students.

By relying on GitHub to store content, you can easily share activities with your colleagues.

Ximera brings the classroom to you, wherever you are.

You can use your favorite device to study math anywhere, anytime.

Ximera computes statistics on student success, such as point biserials.

By creating branches in GitHub, you can quickly run A/B tests on student performance.

Write in L^{a}T_{e}X using the Ximera document class. You can print your document for your own students, or share your document with the world as an online interactive activity. Authoring in L^{a}T_{e}X combines the power of professional typesetting with modern web technology, all the while retaining the stability of a tried and true language.

Each year, Ohio State holds a Ximera Workshop. This workshop is for both novices and experts. Novices learn how to use Ximera to make their own content, and experts extend the capabilities of the platform.

The Ximera Team announced the v1.0 release of Ximera at a WEB SIGMAA lecture at the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meetings. The lecture was Friday, January 12, 2018 from 6pm - 6:50pm in San Diego, California.

Photo by Bernard Gagnon released under CC BY-SA 3.0

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