Bringing free content to Maltese students during the schools’ shut down period

Octavo NLA poster

The whole world is currently suffering an almost global shut down due the spread of the COVID-19. At Octavo, we want to add our two cents to ease the confinement time by providing content for free in Maltese.

Together with The Ministry for Education and Employment of Malta, we are making over a hundred oBooks, part of the Qari għal Qalbi collection, available for free in the Octavo Store as from today.

«L-Iljun Inkwetat», one of the titles available for free.
«L-Iljun Inkwetat», one of the oBooks made available for free in the Octavo Store

How to access this content

In order to access to this free content, head to Octavo App on any browser (Chrome, Firefox, Edge, etc) or download the Octavo Android app from the Google Play Store.

How to create my Octavo account

Users who do not use Octavo yet, need to create an account. Students which use already an iLearn account, should log in with this method, whereas anybody else should create an account using, preferably, their school email address.

After verifying your email, just click on Get on any title which you wish to add to your user library and read.

How long will this content be available

Content you acquire during the time this content is available for free, will remain always free. Just add it to your library and it will be there.

iLearn single sign on integration

Octavo login screen including iLearn Malta button

Providing our users the smoothest of the on-boarding processes out there has always been a crucial aspect for us creating Octavo. We know, as much as you do, how complicated and long some sign up forms can be. And let’s not include the terms and conditions, privacy policy and many other time consuming tasks to this list.

As part of our collaboration with the Ministry for Education and Employment of Malta to provide students and teachers a platform where to find educational and reading content, Octavo is now compatible with the current account systems they use: iLearn.

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