Hi @KSSP-01, Yes I am using Kolibri at our location. It seems to be an improvement over KA-lite. It allows you to create a bit more structure than KA-lite. I find, especially with math, that it is best to keep the students on a linear path, rather than having them jumping all over the place and getting into lessons that are way over their head. Makes it easier for the teacher to assess their progress. Kolibri is working on Android 4.1 (quite old tablets we have), but I had to install Chrome as the browser. The version installed on Rachel has a problem with the ‘Exams’ function, so you cannot create a new exam. However, I have found that I don’t need this to get plenty of functionality from the system. its a little tedious, but you can use the ‘Lesson’ function to create a linear series of khan materials (videos, exercises). There is also a button to allow the kids to wander around at will, and I wish they would provide the admin a switch to turn that off, but so be it. Most interestingly, there is some mention on the Kolibri forum that they are working on an ‘app’ that would run on android, and allow students to take home assignments etc. That will be quite exciting if they can get that working. Such a function already exists for Moodle, but there is almost no ‘pre-prepared’ lessons available for Moodle (that I can find).