While most of these were written in English, some video materials were packaged in Filipino or Cebuano, said Alan Taule, chief of STII Information Resources and Analysis Division.
Richard Burgos, STII director, said the project supported the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's campaign for higher information literacy.
While STII has yet to assess the current number of Starbooks users, Taule said the case of Victoria Roman National High School in Bulacan province was one of the project's success stories.
After the turnover, representatives from the STII Hansi Dinumla and Ingemar Zarate III conducted an orientation on the administration of STARBOOKS to some 35 public elementary and high school teachers.
Based on the data of STII, this is now the 11 STARBOOKS server installed in the province.
Local government units, non-government organization, and educational institutions can make a formal request addressed to STII director to avail of the STARBOOKS as long as they comply with the requirements like computer unit with Core i3 processor, 1GB memory, 1TB hard disk, video card, monitor, accessories (headset and others); pod with sticker; space; tarpaulin; mandatory training; and focal persons (IT and librarian).