OLE Nepal is developing an interactive digital platform to help early graders develop their basic reading and comprehension skills. We are creating and curating original stories for the platform, to help young learners through the use of familiar images and word references. These stories have features of both audio and
In 2021, OLE Nepal is expanding the work of providing free and open access to the digital library resources in Sudurpaschim and Karnali provinces in partnership with the World Food Programme (WFP). This initiative plans to equip 59 municipalities in the region with offline digital library servers, and also focuses
March 2021 | Lalitpur OLE Nepal is teaming up with Plan International and WiSTEM Nepal to bring quality learning experiences to the children from marginalized communities in Dolpa district through the “STEAM Ahead: Showing Talent, Equality & Ambition of Marginalised children in Karnali” project. This new partnership emerged during lockdown with
March 2021 | Lalitpur OLE Nepal has initiated a new project in partnership with UNICEF and KDDI Foundation to make our collection of free and open digital learning content accessible to students with hearing and speech impairments, as well as design and develop digital library space for learners with visual impairments.
OLE Nepal signed an MoU with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) to provide our entire collection of interactive digital content to be uploaded to the Center for Education and Human Resource Development (CEHRD) learning portal, as the schools were closed for much of the academic year in
February 2021 | Lalitpur OLE Nepal has launched a 15-month program for home-based learning using shared technology for children without access to technology at six public schools in Lalitpur. This innovative program was launched in partnership with Lalitpur Metropolitan City (LMC), the KDDI Foundation, and CityNet Yokohama (Japan). The Home-based learning
August 2020 | Kathmandu OLE Nepal's game development team members have completed a special course taught by Philip Tan, creative director at MIT Game Lab. Over a period of three months, Philip has helped the team enhance their knowledge and skills on the principles and practices of effective education game design.
July 2020 | Lalitpur: OLE Nepal is working together with the KDDI Foundation and CityNet Yokohama (Japan) to launch an innovative program for home-based learning using shared technology for children without access to technology in Lalitpur. Through this program, children will be able to check out devices containing digital learning activities
April 23, 2020 | Kathmandu OLE Nepal signs agreement to provide our complete collection of digital learning content to the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MOEST) for free and open access to all learners. Today, OLE Nepal signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Center for Education and Human Resource
March 2020 | Bajhang The program assessment visits to 43 schools in Bajhang was conducted by three teams from OLE Nepal from February 16 till March 7, 2020. Each team had a teacher trainer and a technical staff. The digital literacy program was introduced in these 43 schools in three phases