When women are connected to the Internet, they gain economic and educational opportunities, confidence, and personal connections.
Through our collaboration with governments, nonprofits, and other organizations, we seek to put technology to work for the greater social good.
Video demo: describes how Intel classmate PCs were chosen to use in a racing competition as a durable solution for remote communications.
India International School uses a technology-based learning system to deliver lessons, improving the school environment and accelerating learning.
India International School in Bangalore, India, uses a technology-based learning system to deliver lessons, improving the instructional environment, increasing student engagement, and accelerating learning.Full View >
Students and teachers from Indus International School discuss the Intel® Education Solutions partnership to promote 21st century skills.
Hear from students and teachers from Indus International School in Bangalore, India as they talk about partnering with the Intel® Education Solutions to provide 1:1 eLearning, promoting life-long self-learning with 21st century skills and technology.Full View >
Students engage in 21st century learning in middle school science using a lab camera for real-time data and ArtRage* to explore abstract concepts.
The Maker Movement has the potential to change the future of computing for girls and women.
Our world needs more female innovators to tackle its toughest challenges. The Maker Movement has the potential to engage more girls and women in creating technology: Learn how Making can inspire more women to be technology innovators.Full View >
Intel® She Will Connect My Digital Journey gives women the skills to connect to opportunities.