QuaverSEL content is web-based so it works with your classroom technology!
The interactive nature of our content allows teachers to remain the central source of instruction, while students can work at the interactive whiteboard or on mobile devices to learn by doing. Content is launched from any web browser, and is compatible with all interactive white boards, video display panels, or computer/projection screens.
QuaverSEL also includes extensions for student devices.
Whether you’re working with a classroom set of iPads or a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy, Quaver has developed content for student devices to make them easier to integrate in your classroom. Each activity in QuaverSEL includes an easy-to-launch QR Code to distribute content directly to individual devices with a simple scan.
Minimum System Requirements
QuaverMusic resources are designed to be compatible with all devices which meet our System Requirements. A cloud-based resource, content is delivered via the internet at QuaverMusic.com. Both teachers and students can connect to QuaverMusic.com via any computer with an internet connection. QuaverMusic.com is most compatible with tablet devices that run the most recent operating systems. For Apple users, this includes OSX 10.6 and higher and for Windows users, Windows 7+ and higher. See the table below for detailed specifications on compatible mobile devices.
|Compatible with QSEL||Series||Release||Model||CPU||RAM||Apple Upgrades||CPU (GHz)||RAM (MB)|
|Not Recommended||iPad||April 3, 2010||iPad (1st Gen)||1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8||256 MB||No||1||256|
|Not Recommended||iPad||March 11, 2011||iPad 2 (2nd Gen)||1 GHz Dual-Core ARM Cortex-A9||512 MB||No||1||512|
|Not Recommended||iPad||March 16, 2012||iPad (3rd Gen)||1 GHz Dual-Core ARM Cortex-A9||1 GB||No||1||1000|
|Not Recommended||iPad||November 2, 2012||iPad (4th Gen)||1.4 GHz Dual-Core Apple Swift||1 GB||Yes||1.4||1000|
|Not Recommended||iPad Mini||November 2, 2012||iPad Mini (1st Gen)||1 GHz Dual-Core ARM Cortex-A9||512 MB||No||1||512|
|Usable||iPad||November 1, 2013||iPad Air (5th Gen)||1.4 GHz Dual-Core Apple Cyclone||1 GB||Yes||1.4||1000|
|Usable||iPad Mini||October 16, 2014||iPad Mini 2 (2nd Gen Mini)||1.3 GHz Dual-Core Apple Cyclone||1 GB||Yes||1.3||1000|
|Usable||iPad||October 22, 2014||iPad Air 2 (6th Gen)||1.5 GHz Tri-Core Apple Typhoon||2 GB||Yes||1.5||2000|
|Usable||iPad Mini||September 9, 2015||iPad Mini 3 (3rd Gen Mini)||1.3 GHz Dual-Core Apple Cyclone||1 GB||Yes||1.3||1000|
|Recommended||iPad Pro||November 11, 2015||12.9 iPad Pro (1st Gen Pro)||2.26 GHz Dual-Core Apple Twister||4 GB||Yes||2.26||4000|
|Recommended||iPad Pro||March 31, 2016||9.7 iPad Pro (1st Gen Pro)||2.24 GHz Dual-Core Apple Twister||2 GB||Yes||2.24||2000|
|Recommended||iPad Mini||September 7, 2016||iPad Mini 4 (4th Gen Mini)||1.5 GHz Dual-Core Apple Typhoon||2 GB||Yes||1.5||2000|
|Recommended||iPad||March 24, 2017||iPad (2017)(7th Gen)||1.85 GHz Dual-Core Apple Twister||2 GB||Yes||1.85||2000|
|Recommended||iPad Pro||June 13, 2017||10.5 iPad Pro (2nd Gen Pro)||2.39 GHz 6-core 64-bit Apple A10X||4 GB||Yes||2.39||4000|
|Recommended||iPad Pro||June 13, 2017||12.9 iPad Pro (2nd Gen Pro)||2.39 GHz 6-core 64-bit Apple A10X||4 GB||Yes||2.39||4000|