OLE Nepal recently conducted a successful 5-day teacher training program aimed at integrating digital content into the teaching-learning process at Shree Shrijana Deaf Secondary School in Kaski. The program, supported by the KDDI Foundation in Japan, was attended by 23 teachers, seven of whom had hearing impairments. The training's objectives
Our team completed teachers’ training on our digital library, E-Pustakalaya in 4 remote districts. The districts covered were Dhanusha, Dhangadi, Sarlahi, and Okhaldhunga. We partnered with various organizations to carry out the training, namely, Relative Nepal, Janakpur, New Life Service Association, Kailali, Transformation Nepal, Bhaktapur, and Rescue Nepal, Lalitpur.
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
Over the last six months, OLE Nepal's training and technical team has conducted 13 teacher training programs in partnership with different organisations. Altogether, teachers from over 60 schools have been trained to use technology integrated learning approach in their daily teaching.
In the second half of 2018, OLE Nepal's technical