Describes student information privacy for Intel® Education Services and includes an example letter notifying parents about security safeguards.
Intel works to ensure student information privacy through Intel® Education Services and provides an example of a letter that can be used to notify parents about the program’s security safeguards and permission requirements.
Video demo: a hardware tour of the Intel-powered Classmate PC describing the features and software stack, with system apps and additional resources.
This video showcases the Intel-powered convertible classmate PC Guide Book. The menu provides a detailed hardware tour, a features section for interaction and collaboration, software stack with services and system apps, and additional resources.
Intel® Education Solutions establish e-learning benefits by preparing students with skills critical for national competitiveness and innovation.
Intel® Education Solutions create e-learning benefits by preparing students to be tech-savvy citizens with the skills to thrive in the current and future marketplace.
These e-learning examples from around the world demonstrate successful education transformations with the Intel® Education Solutions.
Watch e-learning examples showcasing education transformations, focusing students perceptions and kids building confidence to realize their dreams.
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.
Portugal has one of the most successful 1:1 technology integration programs for primary education.
Portugal has one of the most successful 1:1 technology integration programs for primary education. This effort, begun in 2008, has supplied more than 750,000 students with Magellan PCs, computers utilizing Intel-powered classmate PC reference design.
To ensure technology adoption, Portugal and the Intel World Ahead program developed an education program to train students for new skills.
The Intel World Ahead initiative supports global technology adoption in homes and classrooms. In Portugal, Intel helped develop a comprehensive program combining training, support, and connectivity for students to acquire latest skills.
A province in Turkey invested in a 1:1 eLearning technology integration program rolling out free Intel-powered classmate PCs to thousands of students.
The provincial government of Kocaeli, Turkey invested in a 1:1 technology integration program. With a rollout of 27,000 free Intel-powered classmate PCs, the plan is to continue distributing the same number to students each year through 2013.