Some 200 netbooks granted to secondary schools in Baku within Intel's innovative program
Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept.29 / Trend H. Valiyev /
Within the innovative program of Intel "One student - One computer" 200 netbooks were granted to the secondary schools in Baku, Ultra said Tuesday.
Netbooks were granted to schools No.132 and No.134 in the Sabail district of Baku.
The project "One student - One computer" is realized with the support of the Ministry of Education of Azerbaijan in within a global initiative Intel World Ahead, whose main goal is to develop innovative models of PC in primary and secondary schools.
Netbooks are provided for schoolchildren, both at home and at school in order to create conditions for effective use of ICT in the learning process.
Computers have been created based on Intel's requirements and refer to ClassMate PC (CMPC). CMPC is created on the basis of Intel Atom processor, equipped with 10.1-inch LCD-screen, large memory and storage, Wi-Fi, protection from mechanical damage. Classmate PC battery life is more than eight hours.
The Ultra has demonstrated a system of management of "e-lessons" allowing to connect schoolchildren's computers to e-lessons" on mathematics, history, algebra and chemistry for the schoolchildren of the second, fourth and fifth classes. "E- Lessons" on chemistry and history are visualized multimedia materials with the possibility of a full play in 3D electron format.