[Health] OLPC Health Content as (more than a) Game
aimoten at gmail.com
Sun Sep 19 15:08:17 EDT 2010
I am reviewing your proposal and will email you some feedback soon.
On Sun, Sep 19, 2010 at 11:24 AM, Holt <holt at laptop.org> wrote:
> Who can please help Nick (http://wiki.laptop.org/go/User:Ndoiron) shape
> his very thoughtful proposal!
> Subject: [Health] [olpc-health] Content and Health Reports Date: Sat,
> 18 Sep 2010 21:25:28 -0400 From: Nicholas Doiron <ndoiron at andrew.cmu.edu><ndoiron at andrew.cmu.edu> To:
> health at lists.laptop.org
> OLPC Health has great potential for expanding the OLPC curriculum. The
> Kasiisi Project in Uganda is interested in getting health content on their
> laptops. We have a potential partner, StraightTalk -http://www.straight-talk.or.ug/ - which has children's health information
> in PDF format. Hopefully this can be translated for Haiti and other
> In the HealthMap conference call, we also talked about collecting reports
> and diagnosing health problems. eToys and Scratch are great ways for
> students to discuss what they're learning, but we would need forms, mesh
> networking, and a database for teachers to collect students' reports.
> Those are best accomplished with a separate activity.
> Fortunately, I have a BookReport activity which already uses these
> methods. I'd like to make this into a HealthReport activity! The best
> way for this to move forward would be to have a clear picture of who the
> first users will be, and what information they want to collect. I've put
> a few ideas and details on the wiki athttp://wiki.laptop.org/go/HealthReport
> Nick Doiron
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