Technology for Teaching & Learning

50 Inkscape

Sujata Krishna, Ph.D.

Inkscape is a free and open source vector graphics editor for GNU/Linux, Windows and MacOS X. It offers a rich set of features and is widely used for both artistic and technical illustrations. The program is suitable for all skill levels and can be utilized by instructors across multiple disciplines to create classroom materials. For help with using Inkscape, you can listen to the recordings below or view the Inkscape tutorials.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Inkscape Used for and Who Should Use It?

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What are SVG Files?

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Does Inkscape Take a Long Time to Learn?

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How Do I Export an EPS File From Inkscape?

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Should I Use Raster or Vector Images for Course Materials?

Limitations of Raster (Bitmap) Images

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Why Vector Images are a Better Option

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