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HyperStudio is a creativity tool software program distributed by Software MacKiev. It was originally created by Roger Wagner in 1989[1] as "HyperStudio 1.0 for the Apple IIGS",[2] later versions introduced support for Mac and Windows.[3]

It can be described as a multimedia authoring tool, and it provides relatively simple methods for combining varied media.[4] It has been available for purchase off and on over the years, and is now being marketed by Software MacKiev as "Version 5.1", which is aimed mostly at an educational market.[5]


  1. ^ Cable, Jeff (September 1989). "Does HyperStudio Stack Up?". InCider. Vol. 7, no. 9. CW Communications/Peterborough. pp. 44–48. ISSN 0740-0101.
  2. ^ "Roger Wagner Home".
  3. ^ Weston Solomon, Ana (1999). Using HyperStudio for Windows and Macintosh: A Complete Tutorial. Course Technology. ISBN 9780538722308.
  4. ^ Fleck, Tim (2001). HyperStudio 4 for Terrified Teachers. Teacher Created Resources. ISBN 9780743934565.
  5. ^ "Software MacKiev - HyperStudio".