DocExplore in action

DocExplore can generate presentations that you can easily put on the web, like this one (modern browser required).

What is DocExplore?

DocExplore is a free, open-source, cross-platform software suite enabling anyone to create rich interactive digital books.

Using it is easy:

  1. Import the pages of your book
  2. Add text, pictures, sound and video to areas of a page
  3. Export to the desktop or to the web

That’s it!

Getting started
Download the latest version of DocExplore and install it on your computer.
Check out our tutorial videos and you’ll be up and running in no time.
A bit of history
DocExplore is the result of an academic project of the same name, initiated by computer science laboratories LITIS (University of Rouen, France) and EDA (University of Kent, U.K.) in 2009, funded by the Interreg IVa program. To help define and test our software, the project involved historians and archivists, in particular: the GRHIS (University of Rouen), the Rouen Public Libraries, CMEMS (University of Kent) and the Archives of the Canterbury Cathedral.
Visit the project website for more information.