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  • Done by :Amna(83133) & Asila(83485)
    • One Laptop per Child (OLPC) is a non-profit devoted to empowering the children of developing countries to learn by providing one connected laptop to every school-age child.
    • Is attempting to provide children in developing countries with inexpensive
    • OLPC was founded by Nicholas Negroponte with a core of Media Lab veterans( Nicholas Negroponte was born December 1, 1941 is a Greek American architect and computer scientist ) .
    • Peruvian family explores the XO.
    • It’s not a laptop project. It’s an education project…
    • Our mission is to provide educational opportunities for the world's poorest children by giving each child a rugged, low-cost, low-power, connected laptop; and content and software designed for collaborative, joyful, self-empowered learning.
    • One of OLPC's major goals is helping children feel comfortable customizing their laptop configurations and guiding their own learning
    • Features
      • • Water and sand protected keyboard. • world’s most advanced screen. • E-book mode. • Inbuilt camera, microphone and speakers; • Wireless aerials – extends wireless access to 2km. • Works most advanced laptop battery.
      • • Other XOs will automatically interact with neighbors'.
      • • Share activities; collaborate on the same document in real time.
    • attracts developers and contributes.
    • uses a custom graphical interface called Sugar…
    • the XO runs Linux as an operating system.
    • dramatically reduces cost.
    • The OLPC will serve as an inexpensive and effective communication
    • Hardened
    • Small
    • Multi-functional
    • Harmless
    • OLPC is human powered
    • Has two USB ports to which more storage could be attached
    • It is just $ 100
    • It can be lower than this in the future maybe $50
    • The examiners should evaluate:
      • Do students have an access to deal with the software?
      • Are the OXs equipped special skill to use?
      • Do student have an access to internet?
      • Is the Oxs easy to run and use?
      • Does the Oxs software design to access to students with disabilities?
      • Does Oxs provide guideline for using it ?
    • This aspect will be best evaluated using students’ survey.
    • The examiners should evaluate:
      • To what extent the software meet the learning objectives?
      • How successfully the OXs increase the students required skills and knowledge?
      • Do the software design properly to the students’ capabilities?
      • What the different between using Oxs and other laptops in education system
    •   This aspect should be evaluated by achievement test and observation.
    • The examiners should evaluate:
      • Does OXs support student-content interaction?
      • Does OXs support student-student interaction?
      • Does OXs support student-teacher interaction?
      • Does Oxs easy to navigate and use?
    • Is the Oxs software's instructionally designed?