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New first-time XO users in Rwanda

While Intel may be convinced that netbooks aren't for first-time computer buyers, a new wave of first-time XO users are paying for part of their own XOs in Rwanda, under their scheme to allow private school students to take part in the government project.  Moses Gahigi interviewed Richard Niyonkuru about the Rwandan national program, and their shift towards a more learner-centered model. Elsewhere, near Australia, new blogger Air Sok writes about being introduced to Sugar, hosting a guest presenter who had recently been using the XO in East Timor, and using the Physics activity in class.  A lovely post; please stop by and leave a comment on the new blog!

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Bill Kerr (not verified) says: Thanks for drawing attention to air sok's blog. Unfortunately, it is not possible to leave a comment on his blog at the moment. I will ask him to change his template, which hopefully will fix the problem. August 1, 2009 at 8 pm

Bill Kerr (not verified) says: To see all the students blogs in this class look at the sidebar of:
http://xo-whs2009.blogspot.com/ August 1, 2009 at 8 pm

Bill Kerr (not verified) says: thanks August 1, 2009 at 8 pm

Bill Kerr (not verified) says: it is now possible to leave comments on air sok's blog August 7, 2009 at 8 pm