[OLPC library] paradigm shift and OLPC
kalyan97 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 18 19:36:37 EST 2007
Dear Samuel Klein,
I have gone through the http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Content_bundles
Please do add it to the content bundle.
I request you or authorise any of the laptop administration/technical group
to kindly arrange to prepare the bundle of the lexicon and reach it to the
Thanking you for your consideration and with the best wishes,
On Nov 19, 2007 1:31 AM, Samuel Klein <sj at laptop.org> wrote:
> Dr. Kalyanaraman,
> I do have a copy of your lexicon.doc -- thank you. It is the sort of
> work that can be made available through our wiki's library grid
> as an individual file and as a library bundle. If it is packaged as
> a bundle, we can include it with our school digital libraries.
> See http://wiki.laptop.org/go/content_bundles
> On Sun, 18 Nov 2007, Samuel Klein wrote:
> > Is this the work at
> > http://kalyan97.googlepages.com/indicfamilyoflanguages ?
> > Can you explain how to download a copy of the lexicon?
> > I have nott been able to access it directly.
> > SJ
> > --
> > +1 617 529.4266 skype: metasj
> > One Laptop per Child sj at laptop.org
> > Give one, get one : Nov. 12, 2007
> > On Sun, 18 Nov 2007, kalyan97 wrote:
> >> I have already offered a comparative lexicon for 25 indian languages
> >> will add content to the laptop. I hope this will be plugged in.
> >> Dr. S. Kalyanaraman
> >> On Nov 18, 2007 7:39 PM, Nagarajan Vadivel <
> radius.consultancy at gmail.com>
> >> wrote:
> >>> Hello All,
> >>> I am an academician from INDIA. In anticipation that India will be
> >>> one of the beneficiaries of OLPC I did some research on the use of
> >>> OLPC for delivering content both syncronously and asynchronously. It
> >>> is unfortunate that India opted out of the OLPC project
> >>> One of the topics gained currency earlier was the creation of content
> >>> depositories as net library with ebboks and audio books. It was also
> >>> further emphasisde that there must be a cadre of paid and nonpaid net
> >>> librarians having their virtual presence to help the teachers and
> >>> learners to manage information.
> >>> I understand the OLPC as a paradigm shift deschholing learning as an
> >>> institution to create a virtual network of learning and teaching where
> >>> the students will be active learners and the teachers will be "guides
> >>> by the side"
> >>> I am aware that the paradigm shift requires the delivery of content
> >>> through internet and internet mainly in digital and multimedia form
> >>> The technology is another issue where the content creators and
> >>> developers provide the content in the web and in the flash drive
> >>> I did some work to port content mainly of creatice commons and open
> >>> source type in USB flash drive and UDisk for distribution to the
> >>> teachers to share the same with the learners in the meshed environmeny
> >>> in the class room context
> >>> When the learners are atomized and work individually they may use the
> >>> net librarians to get the guidance
> >>> It is an ecosystem of internet synergising the appliances (Flash
> >>> drives) and services (net librarian/net library) for
> >>> deinstitutionalising the school with meaningful virtual educational
> >>> service to millions
> >>> The challenge is already there and how we will challenge the
> >>> Nagarajan
> >>> --
> >>> visit : www.radiusconsultancy.com www.radius.in
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> >> "Rama, Lakshmana and Sita are truer to Indians than even their own
> >> members. ... If we can cherish and nurture the ideals of brotherly
> >> truthfulness, chastity and loyalty described in the Epic, then our
> >> and
> >> work-places would remain freshened by zephyrs from the great sea"
> >> --Rabindranath Tagore
> >> S. Kalyanaraman
> >> dharmo rakshati rakshitah (dharma protects the protectors).
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"Rama, Lakshmana and Sita are truer to Indians than even their own family
members. ... If we can cherish and nurture the ideals of brotherly love,
truthfulness, chastity and loyalty described in the Epic, then our homes and
work-places would remain freshened by zephyrs from the great sea"
dharmo rakshati rakshitah (dharma protects the protectors).
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