One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) is an international non-profit organization that strives to bridge the digital divide for Aboriginal youth by providing them with laptops and tablets. OLPC Canada distributes laptops and tablets to Aboriginal youth through partner organizations, such as schools and community centres. The devices are distributed with programs and apps designed to enhance students’ knowledge, skills and interests in language, literacy, fitness, nutrition, safety and sound. To date, OLPC Canada has provided 4000+ Aboriginal youth with laptops and have 10000+ more requests within 80 Aboriginal communities and educational programs.
One Laptop Per Child Canada. (2014). Educational technology for Aboriginal youth. Retrieved from http://www.olpccanada.com/#!home/cm3n