"Library For All is trying to harness the power of technology and mobile phone networks found across the developing world in order to give low-cost access to a digital library of relevant content.
The library brings together content from Open Source providers and top global publishers. It is designed for low-bandwidth environments through the use of a local network topology. The platform is designed to be device agnostic. That means it can be accessed via mobile phones, e-readers or even low-cost tablets.
Rather than bringing traditional tablets that are reliant on wifi and are focused on apps and internet access, this style of platform promises to be much more useful in developing areas where access/wifi is not always reliable. Check out their video to learn a bit more, and don’t forget to take a look at their Kickstarter page to learn more about the scaling of their project and some more specifics!"
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