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OLPCOne Laptop Per Child
OLPCOpen Loop Power Control
OLPCOne Love Peace Concert (1978 concert in Kingston, Jamaica)
OLPCOpen-Loop Power Control
OLPCOuter Loop Power Control
OLPCOntario Livestock and Poultry Council (Canada)
OLPCOhio Law Placement Consortium
OLPCOriginal London Pub Company
OLPCOrthogonal Linear Predictive Coding
OLPCOrchestra London Philharmonic Choir
OLPCOur Lady of Peace Centre
OLPCOutdoor Lighting Perspectives Canada
OLPCOne Low Price Cleaners
OLPCOllie's London Pub Choice (Canada)
OLPCOregon Local Program Committee
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Brief history of the "One Laptop Per Child Policy" in Ghana and its challenges
One of the elements of this stage is the One Laptop per Child programme an ambitious plan launched in 2008 to distribute laptops and electronic tablets in primary schools.
In 2009, he got the opportunity to apply some of his hypotheses as a consultant to the Ministry of Education of Niue, an island counA[degrees] try in the South Pacific Ocean, on a project called One Laptop Per Child. "I knew very soon the numA[degrees] ber of things that were going wrong, but couldn't really figure out what I could do to fix them all around the world.
What is the main purpose of One Laptop per Child's project in Wenchi?
The One Laptop per Child project and the problems of technology-led educational development.
These tablets are expected to start shipping in the second half of 2013, the company mentioned adding that this OEM and segment bellwether is its third licensee in the expanding children's tablet market, the other two being Oregon Scientific (MEEP!) and One Laptop Per Child (XO-4 Touch).
Yves Behar has leveraged his design ethos with a dedication to quality and a positive consumer-product relationship, and has led a number of diverse design projects like One Laptop Per Child and the NYC Condom, for that city's Department of Health.
One Laptop Per Child is back in the tablet race, announcing a new 7-inch tablet with the Android OS that will be sold commercially and include its learning software.
Negroponte's One Laptop Per Child Foundation, which focused on putting sub-$100 laptops in every child's hands failed because they could not get the cost of the laptops to go below $200.
He touches on the roles of international organizations and national policymaking, and offers a critical analysis of the "one laptop per child" policy.
Speaking more about the controller, Behar - who was also behind the One Laptop Per Child initiative - said: "The controller includes a touchpad that will enable many of the interactions we have become accustomed to on mobile.