Issue 35 | E-Learning Exchange (July - September 2016)
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Laptop Program launched in a new district! 

Read More about Baitadi Laptop Program
Engaging College Students for E-Paath Enhancement Project 
OLE Nepal’s pursuit of digitizing educational material up to grade 10 recently reached a major milestone as we completed the development of content for grade-8. Although this is quite the achievement, computer technology is such an ever evolving field that the content developed for grade 2 to grade 6 -using flash- have become technologically outdated. Consequently OLE Nepal in our endeavor of improving education through computer science decided to make our code base for grade 7 8, developed using HTML5, JS and CSS, open source and involve the students, in various fields of computer science, into our project to re-develop the content for grade 2-6.
Watch our Baitadi Laptop Program Video! 
E-Paath & E-Pustakalaya at the Innovation in Education Fair

August 2016 | Kathmandu : OLE Nepal participated in the US Embassy’s Book Bus’ Innovation in Education Fair, which was held from August 5 to 7, 2016 at Tangalwood, Gairidhara. The Fair was jointly organized by Quixote’s Cove, Srijanalaya and Karkhana, and supported by the US Embassy and the Danish Centre for Culture and Development (CKU). READ MORE...

Pilot project using low-power Raspberry Pi devices

August 2016 | Lalitpur : At OLE Nepal, we are continuously working to incorporate innovative, low-power and low-cost technology solutions to promote easy and open access to quality learning materials to students and teachers. After weeks of meticulous planning and tests, we are happy to share that we have launched our very first deployment using low-power Raspberry-Pi devices! READ MORE...

Discussion at Martin Chautari on
Use ICT for learning in Nepali schools
July 26, 2016 | Kathmandu : Mr. Rabi Karmacharya, Executive Director of OLE Nepal participated in the Mangalbaarey Discussion at Martin Chautari on “Using ICT for learning in Nepali schools: Prospects and Challenges” on July 26, 2016.  Martin Chautari is a Kathmandu-based  research institute focusing on democracy, media and education, with

cross-cutting themes of gender and social inclusion. At the program, presentations were made by Mr. Narayan Krishna Shrestha, Deputy Director of Department of Education, Nepal, followed by Mr. Karmacharya of OLE Nepal, Mr. Sushil Upreti of Brush-Up Online and Mr. Chandan Mishra, a student at NYU. READ MORE...

Fundraising Campaign

On December 10, 2016, Sushma KC Manandhar will join 250 other runners at the Daytona 100 to complete a distance of 100 miles. She wants to dedicate her 100 mile run to raise awareness about a cause that is close to her heart — Quality education. As a mother of two and a former substitute teacher, she strongly believes that quality education is the key to a bright future for millions of children from low socio-economic backgrounds.

Join Sushma’s campaign to bring smiles to children from remote villages in Nepal.

Click here to Get Involved!
Grade 8 content is now available on E-Paath Online! 
SCIENCE: In this lesson, students are able to explore the 'Human Circulatory System'. Multiple graphics and animations are used to explain all the components in this important system of the human anatomy. 
MATH: 'Bearing and Scale Drawing' is an interesting chapter in math, however, some students struggle to understand the basic concept. We have used simple yet interesting animations to explain the concept of bearing and scale drawing in real life.
ENGLISH: This chapter is called 'Our Grandparents'. Illustrations and audio has been used to deliver a grammar lesson on reflexive pronouns. Characters from diverse cultural backgrounds speak about their grandparents.
Have you checked out the latest eBooks in E-Pustakalaya?
We have added over a 100 new eBooks to our collection in this quarter. This wonderful repository of thousands of books, educational videos, audio-books, reference materials and learning software can be installed in mini-servers and placed in schools and community centers so that users can access the content and download books free of charge!!

If you want to place E-Pustakalaya servers in schools or community centers, contact us at For a small investment of Rs. 33,000 (USD 310), you can provide limitless access to all the content for free.

Visit E-Pustakalaya!!!
Recent Blogs
Volunteer Spotlight
Namaste! This is Prajna, from Hong Kong. I would like to thank OLE Nepal for giving the chance to assist in the quality education through digital learning advocacy efforts.
Raspberry Pi in Classrooms
At OLE Nepal, we strive to bring the best new technology to our classrooms. It’s never easy to embrace a new piece of technology, for teachers are resistant to the change...
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