배움 자료와 더불어 노트북과 스쿨 서버, 그리고 수정없이 곧바로 사용할 수 있는 글로벌 컨텐트 인덱스를 배포함으로써, OLPC는 다양한 언어로 구성된 디지털 라이버러리와 컬렉션 네트워크를 개발하고 있습니다.
스쿨 및 지역 서버 미러를 위한 리포지토리들
- 완전한 페도라 리포지토리
- 빌드 구성에서 이용될 dev 툴들
- 위키피디아 [2-5GB], archive.org & gutenberg texts
- Wikimedia Commons, Flickr
- Jamendo, archive.org music
- 프리 미디어 콜렉션: Flickr, Wikimedia Commons
- 뮤직: Freesound, 프리 뮤직 프로젝트
- 텍스트: 프로젝트 구텐베르크, 구글 스칼라, 위키피디아;
- 스토리: ICDL, other 어린이용 pdfs
- 언어: WiktionaryZ / 오메가위키, Dicologos and 유니버셜 사전 시스템
- Reference collections: the 인성 개발 라이브러리, eGranary
Small subsets will need to be culled for pre-installation of choice material on the laptops themselves; larger subsets will need curating to pick out material suitable for the laptop's audiences; classification and categorization; and checks to avoid unbalance or repetition. Most content needs internationalization.
특정 프로젝트와 컬렉션
- 읽기 학습 Avallain
- 월드 디지털 라이브러리 포탈
- 위키주니어, WikiHow
- 우리들 이야기 프로젝트, with Story Corps, UNICEF, and Google - capturing local stories
- 북 스캐닝과 디지털화:
- 어린이 그림책, with support from ICDL
- Public domain materials, with archival support from the Internet Archive
- Other local cultural materials, with support from the World Digital Library
- 위키 에듀케이터 튜토리얼
- OER subcollections from Curriki and OER Commons
커리큘럼 또는 컨텐트의 헤드 페이지는 단지 HTML 페이지이며, 어떤 텍스트도 포함될 수 있습니다. 이 문서는 헤더에 <link rel="olpc.content_bundle" href="sitemap.xml">. 테그를 가집니다.
이 사이트 맵은 Google Sitemap XML file, a simple enumeration of a set of URLs. Unlike Google's restrictions, the URLs do not have to live "on" the site where the sitemap is located -- they may cross domains. Embedded content (like images) do not have to be enumerated, but any linked content should be enumerated (for instance, if you link to a movie file from one of the documents).
Note that this head document can be constructed by anyone, and need not be hosted where the original material is located. Multiple head documents can refer to the same content, representing multiple versions of the curriculum, different target audiences, etc.
A document may contain multiple <link> tags, representing an aggregation of curricula. For instance, a teacher version of a curriculum would include the student version (the sitemap from that version) plus another sitemap enumerating all the documents intended just for the teacher.
The head page represents the collection. It may contain any text, and no special restrictions or interpretation is made of that text. The browser will detect this link tag, and when the student visits the page will offer to pre-fetch the entirety of the content. The pre-fetched content will appear to be at the same URL as it was originally, but will be served from the local cache. Additionally the school server may use this to cache data.
The student may manage their pre-fetched content, which takes up local space and may need to be purged. The head page and the head page's title represents the content in these situations.
The content may link to other documents not enumerated in the sitemap. These may not be available, since they have not been prefetched. At that time the browser should offer to fetch the content when the laptop is able to find that content, and optionally notify the student of the availability of the content. The laptop may seek that content on other nearby laptops, the school server, or the wider internet. The content will be pre-fetched at that time. An option may be provided to do deeper pre-fetching (e.g., fetching down one line, or down two links into the content).
Conceptually, a content repository could be used in a variety of ways: to publish and share new material, to collaborate on material development over time (synchronizing online and offline contributions to a shared document or project), to search for and download material, to distribute and cache from large collections that can't be contained on one machine or at one school. For more, see the talk page.
Simple ratings can be done
- via a matrix of subject areas and reading levels,
- via a group rating system where anyone can affiliate with a rating group and apply their shared guidelines and ratings to materials