Luckily, technology exists to avail many of these resources in an offline fashion. Several groups around the world are working on projects such as Khan Academy on a (USB) Stick, KA-Lite (Offline Khan Academy), and Kiwix (Offline Wikipedia).
This Saturday, we will introduce and demonstrate the Rigsum Sherig Collection, a carefully-selected set of open-source, educational digital resources that do not require Internet access.
The Collection is available for free to all educational organization in Bhutan. Installing the collection on school, college, or library PCs will avail cutting-edge, safe and effective resources to teachers, students, and anyone interested in expanding their knowledge.
In the session, Prof. Galit Shmueli and Mr. Boaz Shmueli will demonstrate the Rigsum Sherig Collection, explain how it can be used and obtained, and share information about the next phase of this project.
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