TEEAL has provided low-cost offline access to the agricultural research literature for scientists in the developing world since 1999. While Internet access is now ubiquitous in the developed world, users in many parts of the developing world still lack reliable and robust Internet connectivity and cannot get access to the research literature online. A survey of 31 institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa confirmed this as part of TEEAL's monitoring and evaluation process. As a result, instead of phasing out TEEAL, as was anticipated well before 2014, TEEAL is retooling its interface, as well as expanding the number of journals and the types of content available through TEEAL. This presentation will describe the redesign process, showcase the recently released TEEAL interface, discuss enhancements to the digital collection and describe the planned roll out of new TEEAL.