Uruguay: Schools in OLPC Project

Escuelas Uruguayas [es] is a photoblog maintained by a member of the Ceibal Project, who is responsible for installing the internet connection for the schools taking part in the One Laptop Per Child project and writes about the rural schools “that have shown a reality very different than the city dwellers are used to.”


  • […] An English note pointing towards a photoblog in Spanish by someone from the Ceibal Project, a group that sets up the Internet connections for schools involved with the OLPC project, leads me to link it here. The photos are from Uruguay where there are almost 150,000 XO laptops deployed nationally. […]

  • Thanks for posting this. I like seeing the images but worry I miss out on so many due to the language barrier. Keep bridging the divide! I have linked your article here:


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