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 ====== eLibrary Project Partnership ====== ====== eLibrary Project Partnership ======
 The eLibrary Project Partnership seeks to make a difference in education by introducing essential digital resources (encyclopedias,​ books, training videos, etc.) to schools in remote areas where the Internet is at best spotty if not altogether unavailable. (See [[why-an-elibrary-system|Why eLibrary?​]];​ some project locations: [[http://​library.ph/​locations|library.ph/​locations]])\\ The eLibrary Project Partnership seeks to make a difference in education by introducing essential digital resources (encyclopedias,​ books, training videos, etc.) to schools in remote areas where the Internet is at best spotty if not altogether unavailable. (See [[why-an-elibrary-system|Why eLibrary?​]];​ some project locations: [[http://​library.ph/​locations|library.ph/​locations]])\\
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 Every [[elibrary-system|eLibrary Project]] is a partnership between a school and the eLibrary Project champions. The hardware and technologies that make up the [[elibrary-system|Tambayayong eLibrary System]] (TeLS) or the [[library-box|Library In a Box]] //support// the partnership formed around the idea of technology-assisted holistic education. Every partner school has to take ownership of [[elibrary-system|the Project]] by incorporating the [[elibrary-system|eLibrary]] into its teaching and learning activities. Teachers have to demonstrate substantial use of the system by incorporating its materials in their lesson plans and instructional activities. Students need to reflect certain materials from the eLibrary in their learning portfolios, book reports, curricular and non-curricular activities. School administratrors also have to provide supporting infrastructure and to encourage greater utilization of the [[elibrary-system|eLibrary service]]. Every [[elibrary-system|eLibrary Project]] is a partnership between a school and the eLibrary Project champions. The hardware and technologies that make up the [[elibrary-system|Tambayayong eLibrary System]] (TeLS) or the [[library-box|Library In a Box]] //support// the partnership formed around the idea of technology-assisted holistic education. Every partner school has to take ownership of [[elibrary-system|the Project]] by incorporating the [[elibrary-system|eLibrary]] into its teaching and learning activities. Teachers have to demonstrate substantial use of the system by incorporating its materials in their lesson plans and instructional activities. Students need to reflect certain materials from the eLibrary in their learning portfolios, book reports, curricular and non-curricular activities. School administratrors also have to provide supporting infrastructure and to encourage greater utilization of the [[elibrary-system|eLibrary service]].
  
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 +The eLib Project in the media: [[https://​www.facebook.com/​dzup1602am/​videos/​2317693355133232/​ |DZUP "​Serbisyong Tatak UP" - February 4, 2019]]\\ \\
 =====How it works===== =====How it works=====
 The "​product"​ is a stand-alone,​ browser-accessible repository of digital resources: the eLibrary. Students and teachers will use a wifi access point ("​Tambayayong eLibrary"​),​ open the browser and point it to "​library.ph"​ (or 172.24.1.1) to access the repository. No internet required. The "​product"​ is a stand-alone,​ browser-accessible repository of digital resources: the eLibrary. Students and teachers will use a wifi access point ("​Tambayayong eLibrary"​),​ open the browser and point it to "​library.ph"​ (or 172.24.1.1) to access the repository. No internet required.
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   * Indirect Cost. Indirect costs (like accommodation and fare) are shouldered by project partners.   * Indirect Cost. Indirect costs (like accommodation and fare) are shouldered by project partners.
   * Sustainability. See [[Tambayayong eLibrary Project Sustainability]].   * Sustainability. See [[Tambayayong eLibrary Project Sustainability]].
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 +=====Opportunities to Help===== 
 +  * access devices. Used smart phones, tablets, laptops may be donated directly to partner schools. 
 +  * eLib Box components: Raspberry Pi 3 microcomputers,​ microSD cards, power supplies, heatsinks. Donate these through technology service providers in coordination with partner schools. 
 +  * digital materials. If you are in a position to legally share appropriate digital materials, they may be donated to eLib Project'​s curators or technology service providers who in turn will incorporate your materials to the repository. 
 +  * promotional materials. If you have the talent to help develop promotional materials, let us know. 
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 +Email contact@tambayayong.mainit.org if you wish to help or offer your time for the eLib Project. 
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