Teams from the Intel For Change summit share why they are going to Ecuador, India, and Kenya to learn about local barriers to education for girls.
At the Intel For Change summit, three teams and student ambassadors share why they are going to Ecuador, India, and Kenya to learn about local barriers that keep girls from getting an education, with the hope of improving learning conditions.
Intel interviews women in Africa, India, and Central America about the Internet gender gap in developing countries and benefits of Internet access.
Intel bridges the Internet gender gap in developing countries by interviewing women in Africa, India, and Central America about the benefits of accessing the Internet to become informed, connected, and educated.
Closing the Internet gender gap, Intel® She Will Connect commits to connect women to the Internet, each other, the world, and a world of opportunity.
Addressing the challenge of closing the Internet gender gap with literacy training, peer networks, and relevant content, Intel® She Will Connect commits to connecting women to the Internet, each other, the world, and a world of opportunity.
Smart girls create a smart world with healthier people, less child marriage, and a better economy for developing countries that educate girls.
Smart girls create a smart world; Intel presents some of the benefits communities and developing countries get when girls finish school, including healthier and safer people, less child marriage, and a better economy.
Case Study: Callao, Peru aims to create a “digital city” that uses technology and applications to create new public education, safety, and healthcare.
Case Study: Callao, Peru’s regional government embarks on an initiative to create a “digital city” that uses technology and applications to provide new services and facilities for public healthcare, education, and safety.
Case Study: In Argentina, a 1:1 technology integration program is transforming education in schools by distributing Intel-powered classmate PCs.
Case Study: a 1:1 technology integration program in Argentina, Conectar Igualdad, is distributing Intel-powered classmate PCs and other netbooks into schools to improve educational equality and reduce the digital literacy gap.
Research summary covers key outcomes and lessons, overview, government objectives, and program solutions from Portugal’s 1:1 eLearning Initiative.
Research summary covers key outcomes, overview, government objectives, program solutions, and key lessons from Portugal’s 1:1 eLearning Initiative (2008-2011), including the project’s vision, planning, implementation, and re-informing the vision.
Case Study: Facing the world’s toughest deserts, ultra-marathon runners needed a laptop that could keep up. They used the Intel-powered classmate PC.
Case Study: Built for heavy student usage, classmate PCs survived week-long races through the some of the world’s coldest, driest, hottest, and windiest deserts – as their light weight, durable design kept working despite harsh conditions.
Macedonia adopted Intel® Education Solutions to prepare the next generation for the challenges and opportunities of a technology-driven economy.
Governments, schools, and people all over the world must respond to both the challenges and the opportunities of the technology-driven global information economy. Learn how Macedonia adopted Intel® Education Solutions to prepare the next generation.