Ardora 9 creating web-based learning content
Ardora is multilingual; there’s no need to install any additional files to change the language, just choose the language you want to work with in the "Language" menu. Currently, you can choose these options: Galician, Catalan, Basque, Spanish, Portuguese, English, Aragonese, Russian, Romanian, Asturian, French and Italian .
If you want to translate Ardora into another language, please contact the author; the translation process is very simple.
Versions of Catalan, Basque, Portuguese, English, Asturian, Aragonese, Romanian, Russian, French and Italian are available thanks to the collaboration of:
|Catalan||Inmaculada Vilatersana||Basque||Mikel Etxarri|
|Portuguese PT||Luís Valente||Aragonese||Santiago Bal|
|Portuguese BR||Lisandro Magela||Russian||Olesya Petrovai|
|English||Bautista Ramos||Rumanian||Sorin Todor|
|French||María J. Gómez||Asturian||Xulio Berros|
The following teachers selflessly collaborated in creating manuals and tutorials as well as testing the different beta versions: José Boo, José Antonio Martínez, Bautista Ramos, José Fernandez and Daniele De Stefano (italian translation of this website).
Ardora has had an online presence for a decade. So, I wish to express my eternal gratitude to all those teachers that by contributing their suggestions, reviews, comments, bug reports, etc., have made this tool possible.