Intel® Education Solutions
- Transforming education with technology, expertise, and a robust ecosystem
Transform Classrooms with Technology
- New Education Tablet
- Tablets for Education
- Bridging the Gap between Education and Technology
- Lebanon’s Education Transformation Program
- New Intel® Education Software Showcase
Intel announces a new 10” Intel® Education Tablet designed specifically for education and built to meet students' needs. The new tablet comes with innovative features such as a snap-on magnification lens, which supports inquiry-based learning with close-up views, and a plug-in thermal probe that expands the type of experimentation and exploration possible. Designed for fun, creative, and engaging 1:1 eLearning, the platforms include amazing Intel Processor performance and proven Intel® Education Software.Learn more >
Intel Technology is transforming education in the classroom and beyond.Learn more >
See a short video of a hypothetical student project featuring project-based learning and technology.Click to watch and share >
Open Your Tomorrow, Lebanon’s campaign to launch an innovative education transformation initiative is driven by the Minister of Telecommunications in collaboration with the Minister of Education. Students gain access to the quality education they deserve while all the citizens of Lebanon benefit from the economic opportunities generated by the effort. The local solution provider in Lebanon, Triple C, will implement the project.For more information >
The Intel® Developer Zone launches a new software showcase, featuring the latest interactive education content and tools running on Intel® architecture and technologies.Check out new education software >
Intel® Education Solutions
- What are Intel® Education Solutions?
- Global Case Studies
- Education Products
- Join the Intel® Education Alliance
Intel® Education Solutions brings together technology, expertise, and a robust ecosystem to help transform education.For more information >
At the heart of Intel® Education Solutions is the Intel® classmate PC, which is improving teaching and learning for more than 6 million students in over 70 countries around the world.Read more >
At the heart of Intel® Education Solutions is the Intel® classmate PC—an affordable purpose-built netbook with full PC functionality, designed especially for students. Based on years of ethnographic research in real classrooms around the world, the ruggedized, water-resistant design provides a collaborative, interactive, and fun learning experience. Since its launch in 2007, more than 6 million classmate PCs have been shipped.Learn more >
The Intel® Education Alliance brings vendors together to deliver locally relevant, integrated solutions to classrooms worldwide. More than 500 vendors of the Alliance are developing applications, peripherals, and services optimized for Intel® classmate PCs. As an Alliance member, you can be part of this extensive group of innovative software and hardware providers.Join the Alliance >
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