I work with traditional brick and mortar adult literacy programs (classrooms) that are looking for ways to provide access to learning opportunities for clients that now cannot gather and are not in one common location (e.g. housing project). The clients have the common North American digital divide internet access and device issues. The clients typically have very limited personal devices and very limited digital literacy skills.
The Kolibri product looks to match better to an organized group environment/infrastructure. From my limited investigation it looks like Kolibri would not easily deploy to individuals devices working in physical isolation.
Am it understanding the deployment model correctly - something like a Rachel? It would never be feasible to send each learner a Rachel device.