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Laptop program launched in Rupandehi

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  • Posted on 24 Apr 2019
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OLE Nepal receives the MIT J-WEL grant!

April 4, 2019 | MIT Boston OLE Nepal has recently been announced as one of this year’s awardees of the MIT J-WEL grant in pK-12 Education Innovation. The grant will be used to develop advanced learning games for math and science through joint collaboration between OLE Nepal, MIT instructors and students
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New Partnership with ONGD-FNEL, a Luxembourg-based NGO

March 20, 2019 OLE Nepal has signed a five-year cooperation agreement with ONGD-FNEL for the project ‘Digitally Enhanced Early Grade Reading Programme’. The main objective of this proposed project is to design and develop interactive high-quality digital content to help children learn to read Nepali. This content development project aims
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EdTech Explores Digital Learning Potential

 November 11, 2017 10:43 AM Republica KATHMANDU, Nov 11: A three-day conference titled ‘OLE Nepal: EdTech Conference 2017’organized by Open Learning Exchange Nepal came to an end on Friday with discussions on digital teaching and learning techniques practiced in six of the participating countries. With ‘Shaping the Future of Learning’ as title, the event
  • Posted on 14 Nov 2017
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‘Integrate ICT into education system’

Published: November 09, 2017 Kathmandu, November 8 Stakeholders, government bodies and organisations working to enhance the quality of education have stressed the need for integrating Information Communication Technology into classrooms. Speaking at an interaction ‘Shaping the Future of Learning, Technology in Classrooms – Scaling Successful Practices’ organised by Open Learning Exchange Nepal here
  • Posted on 14 Nov 2017
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OLE Nepal helping schools connect through e-library

March 15, 2017 23:10 PM Republica KATHMANDU, March 15: A beautiful blend of curiosity and happiness radiates the faces of thousands of children when they turn on their mini laptops in the class. They carry their excitement all the way to school in order to learn new things through the laptops provided
  • Posted on 16 Mar 2017
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Effective learning using E-Paati (laptops)

(featured in Kantipur Daily on February 27, 2017)  Summary in English: There has been significant improvement in the teaching-learning quality at Janashakti Basic School in Balapur in Banke district after the introduction of interactive learning using laptops loaded with digital content aligned with the school curricula. Students use the laptops on a
  • Posted on 27 Feb 2017
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The quest to go virtual

My Repulica | The Week Bureau July 29, 2016 | Kathmandu At a time when computers have become indispensable and people have begun relying on the Internet to perform more than 90 percent of their tasks, it’s no surprise that libraries too have found their place in the digital world. This trend of
  • Posted on 29 Jul 2016
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Sajha Shikshya E-paati

June 13, 2015 | Kathmandu An article on OLE Nepal’s program activities was featured in the Annapurna Post on June 13, 2015. It talks about OLE Nepal's current programs and prospects in terms of content development and project implementation. This article has been retrieved from the Annapurna Post Also read our another featured
  • Posted on 16 Jun 2015
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Learning on laptops at Tundikhel

      June 6, 2015 | Kathmandu An article on OLE Nepal’s Earthquake Relief Effort was published in the Annapurna Post on June 06, 2015.  Mr. Surya Panday an education journalist at the publication visited Child Friendly Space in Tundikhel to observe children spending quality time in learning through interactive digital activities. This article
  • Posted on 12 Jun 2015
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