Agora Offline

Agora Offline allows for selected e-learning modules and resources to be completed without the need of a broadband connection. It works as a complement to the Agora web-based platform. Through occasional internet connections, the latest version of courses and activities can be downloaded from; and the progress and completion data uploaded to the web platform. Agora Offline can be installed on Windows-based computers. 

Using a UNICEF work station
     Using any other computers     

Using a UNICEF work station

If you are using a UNICEF work station (i.e. your office computer or a UNICEF laptop),  the Agora Offline software should already be installed on your machine. Find the shortcut in e-service folder located in your work machine or look for the software under the Windows Start menu. 

To get started, we recommend that you have a look at the Agora Offline Quick Start Guide. A complete user manual is available here.

Using another computer

If you are using another computer, you will first need to install Agora Offline application.

Installation: click here to download the installation file. Upon download of the file, double click on it and follow the instructions. To get started, we recommend that you have a look at the Agora Offline Quick Start Guide for instructions. A user manual is also available here.

Minimum requirements: 

- Agora Offline can be installed on Windows-based computers only. It should work with Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10. 

- The software requires 400 Mb of space - and preferably a few more gigabytes to download the content itself. 

- Browsers: 
it should work with Chrome (30 and above), Firefox (25 and above), Internet Explorer (9 and above) as well as Microsoft Edge. Linux and Mac distributions may be considered in the future. 

For additional information and tutorials - please click here. 

Last modified: Thursday, 5 July 2018, 12:16 PM