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2 Jennelle Thompson and Santiago Cueto, eds., “Experimental Assessment of the Program ‘One Laptop per Child’ in Peru,” Inter-American Development Bank, 2010.
3 Associated Press, “Kids’ Global Laptop Scheme Gets Mixed Grades After Its Rollout in Peru,” The Australian (online), July 4, 2012, http://www.theaustralian.com.au/australian-it/kids-global-laptop-scheme-gets-mixed-grades-after-its-massiverollout-in-peru/story-e6frgakx-1226416897708. (The Peruvian education official is Sandro Marcone.)
4 M. Warschauer, S. Cotton, and M. G. Ames, “One Laptop per Child Birmingham: Case Study of a Radical Experiment,” International Journal of Learning and Media, 3, 2011.
5 Nicholas Negroponte, “EmTech Preview: A Different Way to Think About Learning,”MIT Technology Review (online), September 13, 2012, http://www.technologyreview.com/view/429206/emtech-preview-another-way-to-think-about-learning. (The quotation by Negroponte appears in the comments section attached to this article.)
6 S. Howard and E. Rennie, “One Laptop per Child Australia: Interim Evaluation, September 2012,” One Laptop per Child Australia, 2012. (The study was prepared for OLPCA at the request of the Commonwealth Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Training.)