Karnali and Sudurpaschim Provinces | December 2021:
Our team has completed the installation of E-Pustakalaya offline digital library servers in 22 Municipality and Rural Municipality offices of 4 districts in Sudurpaschim province. All local level offices in Achham (10), Dailekh (5), and Jajarkot (7), now have access to the offline version
Lalitpur | November - December 2021:
OLE Nepal launched ICT integrated teaching-learning program at three new schools in Lalitpur. Shree Mahalaxmi Secondary School in Nakhipot, Shree Shanti Vidhyashram Secondary School in Patan, and Shree Shramjeet Kishor Secondary School in Lakhusi are now equipped with an offline digital library network set up
August 6, 2015 | Bhaktapur
A free and open source digital library will now be accessed by thousands of students of Sainik Awashiya Maha Bidhyalaya, located in Sallaghari, Bhaktapur.
Located just few kilometers away from Kathmandu, the school consist of students from grades six to twelve. It was encouraging to know that
July 13, 2015 | Chitwan
OLE Nepal in collaboration with Shanti Griha established a digital library in Jana Jyoti Primary School of Chitwan district.
Shanti Griha, an organization working to improve the living standard of people, initiated a wonderful project for the school where five desktops loaded with OLE Nepal’s E-Pustakalaya and
March 23, 2015 | Gorkha
OLE Nepal in collaboration with Maitri Trust UK and Gorkha Foundation has been installing offline E-Pustakalaya servers in schools of Gorkha. Till date, such servers have been deployed in twenty three schools in the district. OLE Nepal team comprising of four members, Ganesh Ghimire, Sawal Acharya,
March 12, 2015 | Bhaktapur
OLE Nepal continues to expand the reach of E-Pustakalaya in various regions of the country, with Bhaktapur being the latest addition. A team comprising of three members, Mr. Ganesh Ghimire, E-Pustakalaya Coordinator, and two technical staffs Mr. Sawal Acharya and Mr. Prashant Shrestha from OLE Nepal
February 8, 2015 | Chitwan
Samunnat Nepal in cooperation with OLE Nepal integrated digital learning resources at two of their ‘Kheldai Sikne Kendra’ in Chitwan.
Samunnat Nepal, a non-profit organization working in the field of education, provided four XO laptops in each of their centers which were loaded with OLE Nepal’s E-Pustakalaya
December 25, 2014 | Nawalparasi
Open Learning Exchange (OLE) Nepal successfully organized a writer's workshop at Sahamati Learning Center, Gaindakot, Nawalparasi from December 25-27, 2014. The event was attended by about twenty writers from Chitwan and Nawalparasi. The major objectives of the workshop were to: create interesting children's picture books, train
June 28, 2014 | Biratnagar
OLE Nepal has been organizing writing workshops in various parts of Nepal to encourage the local authors to write children's books. We focused on Nepali literary writers outside of Kathmandu valley to participate and contribute in this event to produce fun and educational books for children's.
June 27, 2014 | Biratnagar
With the motive to provide information regarding the E-Pustakalaya outside the Kathmandu valley OLE Nepal has been organizing the E-Pustakalaya demonstration and interaction program in different parts of the country. This time it was organized in Kanchanjunga Seminar hall in Biratnagar from 27 June, 2014 after