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Compte-rendus d'expériences de projets pilotes

Pays concernés par les déploiements de XO

  • Liste et le statut des déploiements dans le monde
  • Carte des écoles concernées par les déploiements dans le monde
  • May 2008 Country Workshop
Programme :
Présentations et vidéos :
  • April 2008 Technical Mini-conference








  • Ethiopia Implementation Report, September - December 2007
Bjorn Everts, Education Manager, Matthew Herren, CTO, David Hollow, Ph.D Student
February 2008




Guide de déploiement


Matériels pour OLPC

Voir Emulation

Matériels pour serveur

Autres ordinateurs portables compacts

L'offre des ordinateurs ultra-portables à bas-coût dans le monde


Are the New Millennium Learners Making the Grade?

Technology Use and Educational Performance in PISA 2006, OECD Publishing, avril 2010

One Laptop Per Child (OLPC): An Education Project or a Laptop Project?

Kenneth L. Kraemer, Jason Dedrick and Prakul Sharma - Personal Computing Industry Center, The Paul Merage School of Business, University of California, Irvine

Opening up education : the collective advancement of education through open technology, open content, and open knowledge

Opening up education : the collective advancement of education through open technology, open content, and open knowledge / edited by Toru Iiyoshi and M. S. Vijay Kumar. ISBN 978-0-262-03371-8. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, London, England, 2008.

OLPC Regional Case Studies: Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America

Mary Hooker (Education Specialist, GeSCI) and Roxana Bassi (ICT Specialist,GeSCI), Oct 7th 2008

1:1 Technologies/Computing in the Developing World: Challenging the Digital Divide

Mary Hooker, gesci (global e-schools and communities initiative), May 2008
Résumé !
This paper has been developed by the Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative (GeSCI), to spark a discussion on the issues and challenges related to introducing 1 to 1 devices (laptops, PDAs[1]) initiatives in educational systems in development contexts.

One Laptop per Child – from a Vision to a Global Effort

Christoph Derndorfer - bridges vol. 18, July 2008

Handbook on Monitoring and Evaluation of ICT in Education Projects - A Handbook for Developing Countries

Daniel A. Wagner, Bob Day, Tina James, Robert B. Kozma, Jonathan Miller, Tim Unwin - The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank, November 2005.
Résumé :
This handbook is written to provide guidance for policymakers struggling with two key issues: (1) What is the impact on student achievement of introducing ICTs in educational settings in developing countries? (2) How should this impact be measured, and what are the related issues, especially as they relate to "Education For All" and other Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)?
Information and communication technologies (ICT) are believed by many to be important potential levers to introduce and sustain education reform efforts. This document intends to provide guidance for policy makers and donor staff regarding ICT in education projects in countries contemplating the use of ICTs to meet the education-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

Steve Hamm, "The Race for Perfect: Inside the Quest to Design the Ultimate Portable Computer, chronicles the four-decade history of mobile computing"

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