"Technology is the Means, Not the Mission" Harvard....
"Everything we do in the SupEd Program is grounded in teaching and learning. we choose the medium or technology that delivers the most effective learning experience for our specific goal." No need for Internet, or Infrastructure such as Electric grid, telecommunication line...etc, we are working on school compound Intranet, offline Library systems and solar energy solution. Our solution is to everyone leaving anywhere in the Glob. This solution bridge the digital Gap with out information overload.
Course Based Electronic Library System (CBELS) , is designed and implemented based on course to year or module to year structure of a given curriculum. Each course or module entertains digital resources that are specific to a single course so that it reduce information overload.
Students can easily access selected material of their specific course need. CBELS is now used in 28 Public Medical Universities in Ethiopia.
Through a process of garnering permissions, copying Web sites, and delivering them to intranet Web servers INSIDE our partner institutions in developing countries and other places around the globe, we deliver millions of multimedia documents that can be instantly accessed by patrons over their local area networks at no cost. The eGranary Digital Library - also known as "The Internet in a Box" - provides millions of digital educational resources to institutions lacking adequate Internet access.
Curriculum based digital resources:- Our newly developed web based educational framework is currently implemented in general high school and higher education Preparatory School. This application comprises of textbooks, video lectures (called plasma video), reference and interactive resources. they are made available within school compound to be accessed using wired and wireless network (school Intranet) -No internet solution.
This project was inspired from working on a variety of educational programs in sub-Saharan Africa over the past decade where lack of access to educational resources and poor and/or expensive internet remain challenges. After working with a number of different platforms, we could not find one with flexibility to add local content (which in many cases is extensive and well developed) organized around local curriculum, programs and resources. More...