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News and upcoming Events

Progress

Status about project and how is doing what is here

Media

  • FOSDEM 2008 OLPC Europe 1th meeting Duitstalig artikel dat een aardig beeld geeft van de 1e OLPC Europe meeting tijdens FOSDEM 2008. Met foto's van enkele OLPC NL enthousiastelingen, waaronder Europa's jongste XO expert. 24 februari 2008 op Heise.de.
  • NRC next, 10 January 2008 - coverstory on OLPC, pro's and con's of the initiative and technical details on the XO. Bine 04:04, 10 January 2008 (EST)

Organisation

We are grassroots[1], thus no big organization. We are currently a group of people, interested in the OLPC project, trying to find like-minded people with diverse expertises (software development, pedagogics, international relations, etc.) and backgrounds, to interconnect and accomplish projects together. Everybody who wants to contribute with his or her input of ideas and workpower, is welcome. We neither operate memberships nor a budget as an organization.

OLPC-NL To Do List - These are tasks we'd like to accomplish, in order to get OLPC NL started up and keep it running. Please have a look and see if you can help with any of the to-do's or add any to-do's that you think are important.

The Educational landscape in the Netherlands

  1. www.ehumanities.knaw.nl - Research Institute - manage to get a lot of EU Grants.
    1. Coordination OLPC Community eHumanities
  2. OLPC Classes - University Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Centre for International Cooperation. Prof. Anna BON Senior Advisor ICT for Development. a.bon at vu.nl --SvenAERTS 14:39, 28 November 2013 (UTC)
    1. UA has deployed an olpc lab in Burkina Faso. Remember: 2012 Theme in the Second International Decade of the World’s Indigenous People: "Indigenous Media, Empowering Indigenous Voices" --SvenAERTS 01:05, 7 February 2014 (UTC)

Aruba

More: Aruba and http://openwijs.nl/search/node/olpc

Burkina Faso

  1. UA has deployed an olpc lab in Burkina Faso. Remember: 2012 Theme in the Second International Decade of the World’s Indigenous People: "Indigenous Media, Empowering Indigenous Voices" --SvenAERTS 01:05, 7 February 2014 (UTC)

More: Burkina Faso

Ethiopia

  1. University of Groningen, Netherlands, Department of Social and Organizational Psychology, Nina Hansen: (Dutch) research on the influence of social identity on emotions and behavior within and between groups.

Dr Nina Hansen and Prof. Tom Postmes from the University of Groningen are currently involved in research that systematically and longitudinally tracks individual children to study the educational, psychological, social and cultural impact of OLPC in their life.

One goal of OLPC is to improve the educational outcomes of students, so called primary (i.e., educational) consequences of ICTs. These educational outcomes are being assessed in this project. However, this research also examines secondary consequences: changes over time in self-concept (such as goals and expectations), social networks (also referred to as social capital), cultural values, beliefs and practices, as well as changes in social equality (e.g., with respect to gender). These ‘unintended’ changes in psychology, social networks, communities, and culture may occur when laptops open new communication opportunities.

More: Ethiopia

India

More: India and http://openwijs.nl/search/node/olpc

Nepal

More: Nepal and http://openwijs.nl/search/node/olpc

Nicaragua

http://wiki.laptop.org/go/OLPC_Nicaragua#eTwinning_between_Nicaragua_and_the_Netherlands and http://openwijs.nl/search/node/olpc Bankers family that bought the titles to the OLPC branding and owns OLPC is from Nicaragua. --SvenAERTS 01:00, 22 March 2014 (UTC)

More: Nicaragua

Senegal

Pilot project, “One Laptop Per Child” (OLPC) op CEM île de Mar. More: Senegal and http://openwijs.nl/search/node/olpc


Tanzania

More: Tanzania and http://openwijs.nl/search/node/olpc

Zuid-Afrika

... Doelen Als blijkt dat de scholen inderdaad iets met het OLPC concept willen doen zullen er in de zomer circa 200 XO 1.5 laptops ... More: South Africa and http://openwijs.nl/search/node/olpc

Communication

We aim to have all information available on this Wiki - please keep it up to date and use it as a platform to work with each other.
When writing something on the Wiki, please finish off with 4 times '~', which will leave a user/time-stamp.
In case you open a new project, add another important section or update to the page, please send out a quick messge via the OLPC-NL mailinglist and include a link to the updated Wikipage. Thanks.

Old Mailing List

The this are not functional anymore (coorect data under contact) :

Meetings

We aim to have monthly meetings - they usually take place on the third Saturday of the month, between 2 and 6 pm.
Please have a look at OLPC-NL meetings to see when and where the next one is taking place and subscribe to our mailinglist to receive the invitations on time. Active participation in setting up the agenda and spreading the word about our gatherings is highly appreciated. Also, if you know about locations free of charge, where we can spend a Saturday afternoon, please let us know (needs: gratis, a white wall for using a beamer, wireless internet, space for about 30 people, easy to reach with public transport; preferably, but not necessarily: horeca and a somewhat child-friendly setting). Bine 05:11, 20 January 2008 (EST)

Discussions

Follow our Discussions here.

Repairing/Recycling

I can update, recover and repair you XO. Look here for more information.

Please read [more ].

User:Marten 07:13, 30 June 2008 (UTC)

(Frequently) Asked Questions

Q: What is the OLPC? Is it real?
A: Anwsered by Nicholas Negroponte where he lays out the details of his nonprofit One Laptop Per Child project (bron TED.com, 18 minutes video). [2]

Q: How many kids are in primary school?
A: 1.549.460 in the year 2005/2006 (bron CBS.nl [3]).

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