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The $10 TV Computer Project: Current Results International Development Design Summit 2008

@inproceedings{AustinBreneman2008TheT,
  title={The \$10 TV Computer Project: Current Results International Development Design Summit 2008},
  author={J. Austin-Breneman and M. D. Santos and D. Lomas and A. Nanavati and W. McIver},
  year={2008}
}
  • J. Austin-Breneman, M. D. Santos, +2 authors W. McIver
  • Published 2008
  • Engineering
  • This project was proposed to the International Development Design Summit (IDDS) 2008 by Derek Lomas. Low-quality public schools create a vast need for supplemental education for the roughly 135 million households in our target markets of India, Brazil, and Ghana. This need can be met through private schools and tutoring, but is expensive and varies greatly in quality. ComputerAided Learning has been shown to be an effective teaching mechanism, but the cost (>$250) has kept computers out of… CONTINUE READING
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