Meet Spark.

Spark is Library For All’s digital library kit designed to spark the imagination of children and deliver our unique digital library of culturally appropriate, age appropriate, original content to classrooms.

Delivered in a custom designed commercial grade lockable transport case, Spark provides 40 tablet computers pre-loaded with Library For All’s groundbreaking digital library application.

Spark provides a secure storage solution, in-built charging for the devices, and creates a secure local Wi-Fi network that can update the tablets with new content and gather useful usage data to drive classroom planning and the development of new features and new content.

More about Spark’s features.

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Each Spark tablet computer provides instant access to Library For All’s digital library application and expertly curated titles

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The colourful impact resistant case protects the tablets, putting students and teachers at ease in the classroom

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7 inch colour screen

Spark digital library kit
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40 tablet computers in protective cases

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Access to Library For All’s groundbreaking digital library

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A transportable, lockable, commercial grade storage case

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An in-built tablet charging system

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A server and Wi-Fi router

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A Mobile Device Management System

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Plug-and-play design that uses readily available components for easy replacement

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Additional options: Digital Library Dashboard to support monitoring and evaluation reporting.

Like to meet Spark?

Make contact with our digital library engagement team to arrange a demonstration or tailored quotation for your Spark Kits.

Call 1300 730 935, complete the form below or sayhello@libraryforall.org.au

Please complete the form and one of our Spark team will be in touch

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Library For All believes a library should be made up of ‘mirrors’ and ‘windows’ ; that is, opportunities for kids to see their own life experiences reflected in stories, as well as having the chance to look out and discover the rest of the world. But kids in developing communities tend to have far more windows handed to them; they get used to reading stories about ‘other kids’ (if, in fact, they have access to any books at all). That’s why we strive to help communities create more ‘mirrors’ for themselves.

Lara Cain GraySpecialist Librarian (Content & Strategy) Library For All

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