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Digital Strategies for Offline Communities: Cases and Lessons from the Field - Shared screen with speaker view
John O'Bryan
31:30
Good morning, Ryan! Kate Dimsdale attending from Washington, DC! :D
DJ Koeman
31:32
greetings from a chilly Nairobi, Kenya. This is DJ from poa internet
Mulima Akapelwa
31:40
Good evening from Lusaka , Zambia.
Lawrence
31:41
Hello from Vienna,VA
Paola Elefante
31:50
Hello, I’m Paola from Finland
John O'Bryan
31:50
Also.... just realized it's afternoon on the east coast. Ha! :D
Oyudari Baatartsogt
31:54
Good afternoon Ryan! Oyudari attending from Washington DC
Juliet Matthews
31:55
Hello from Cambridge, UK
Lauren Fosbenner
31:58
Good afternoon from Easton, PA
Catherine Uwimana
32:01
Hello! Catherine Uwimana attending from Rwanda
Eusebio Scornavacca
32:05
Good morning from Howard County, Maryland
Natalia Galeano
32:05
Hello from Bogotá, Colombia
mary mckenna
32:07
Mary in Connecticut — no sound
Mulima Akapelwa
32:08
Lusaka
Olayinka Osuolale
32:17
Good evening from Nigeria
Dr. Alona Bachi
32:28
Good morning to colleagues in beautiful Sonoran Desert -- Dr. Alona Bachi - USAID/Middle East Bureau HQ in Washington, DC
mary mckenna
33:33
Is anyone else having a problem with sound?
Ryan Mores
35:40
Hi Mary, are you able to hear? Try toggling your speaker settings, or adjusting headphones.
Derek Caelin
38:27
yes
Mulima Akapelwa
44:23
My poll is working so not able to participate
Derek Caelin
46:31
This reminds me of Librarybox: http://jasongriffey.net/librarybox/
Derek Caelin
46:45
Although more ruggedized, solar…
DJ Koeman
48:05
yeah Derek, and this one too https://blu.network/
Ryan Johnson
49:03
thank you Derek and DJ for sharing those examples
Derek Caelin
49:06
Ooh, I hadn’t seen this, thanks for sharing.
Derek Caelin
50:56
Awesome! Raspberry Pi! I love this setup!
Derek Caelin
51:17
You could probably build this kit.
Victoria Neff
51:40
Love the Micro SD card and Raspberry Pi combo
Oyudari Baatartsogt
51:51
Is something being displayed? Only seeing the frozen screen
Derek Caelin
54:06
Oyudari, yes, they were showing the hardware behind the device.
Derek Caelin
54:32
Question: What about the software? What is the RaspberryPi running?
Victoria Neff
55:04
Can you share more about how you are updating the library -- does someone come with resources on a phone or laptop and update Micro SD card then and there OR do you have a different process?
Juliet Matthews
55:57
Are local users being set up to share the information with people who need the information but do not have a smart phone?
Paola Elefante
57:50
What are the differences between this product and the RACHEL offline server?
mary mckenna
58:29
Has the team worked with elementary level curriculum ? Reading literacy esp in English without which no one can actually use internet /content in English
Ryan Mores
01:01:13
Hello, a link with the recording will be provided afterwards
Judith Hellerstein
01:08:24
I guess also that women are not allowed to get anything in their names
Judith Hellerstein
01:08:37
so cannot gain access to financial inclusion
Mary Jane Parmentier
01:10:47
Thanks for sharing!
Derek Caelin
01:15:33
Can Dr. Hussain clarify - do people in these markets carry the data in SD cards? in USB drives?
Derek Caelin
01:17:33
Also repeat a quest for Dr Hosman: What software is the SolarSPELL/RaspberryPi running? Did ASU create a new operating system or leverage a pre-existing OS?
Derek Caelin
01:17:49
A question*
Judith Hellerstein
01:18:52
Thanks Dr. Hussein for the answer to the ID question
Faheem Hussain
01:19:17
@Farhad Ali: There is already a range of videos/content on education/healthcare available in that sytem
Derek Caelin
01:19:18
Woot: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/How+to+make+SolarSPELL/56443
Faheem Hussain
01:19:50
Hi Judith, please send other questions to Faheem.hussain@asu.edu
Derek Caelin
01:21:01
In your experience, how long does the SolarSPELL last? Does it run continuously, or does it need to be activated for use?
Faheem Hussain
01:22:39
Yes!
Faheem Hussain
01:23:11
Yes. Ppl are trying those. Not that effective, as per my research
Faheem Hussain
01:26:28
@David- we found that .. usually, based on demand, twice per month for a repair shop to refresh their hard drive
Mary Jane Parmentier
01:26:45
Thank you Susan, from Kenya.
Derek Caelin
01:27:06
Thank you. Very interesting.
Faheem Hussain
01:27:37
Hi Derek. If u hv any other qs, mail me at Faheem.hussain@asu.edu
Faheem Hussain
01:27:43
I can also share my work with u