Introducing Elevate by Library For All

Developed for pre-school to second-grade students (ages 3 to 10), Elevate tackles some of the major barriers preventing children in low-resource communities from accessing education. These include challenges with curriculum, teacher shortages – particularly of well-trained teachers, large class sizes, and limited access to literacy and numeracy resources in schools and at home.

Using Elevate, students are able to learn the equivalent of one full year of school on an average of one hour a day.

Elevate is a fully offline tablet-based system. It has been developed as a child-directed, personalised system that does not require instructor input.

Elevate engages children in a range of high-quality, interactive learning experiences through its 3 components:

the Elevate Learning App, its library of culturally relevant books, and creative play tools.

What does localisation mean to Library For All?

We know children learn best when they can relate to the content they’re seeing. Wherever we deploy Elevate, we work to both translate and adapt all the learning content so it is culturally relevant to the children learning with it.

Library For All’s Elevate puts learning in children’s hands, anywhere.

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Library For All operates across the world with our base operations in Australia. In the spirit of reconciliation, Library For All acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and the continuation of cultural, spiritual, and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We pay our respect to Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.