The presentation of One Laptop Per Child Project was made in Kyrgyzstan at the initiative of the State Registration Service.
What does OLTC stand for?
OLTC stands for One Laptop per Child (Cambridge, MA)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 15 other meanings of OLTC in our Acronym Attic
- Oak Lawn Tennis Association (Dallas, TX)
- Office of Landlord-Tenant Affairs (Maryland)
- Ohio Land Title Association
- Oklahoma Land Title Association (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Ontario Land Trust Alliance (Canada)
- Oxfordshire Lawn Tennis Association (UK)
- On-Line Tax Accounting System
- Off Line Tesla Coil
- On-Line Trace Compression
- On-Load Tap Changer (electrical generator transformers)
- Open-Loop Tracking Complex
- Options for Long Term Care
- Ontario Long Term Care Association (Canada)
- Ohio Long Term Care Brokers
- Organized Labor and Tobacco Control Network
- Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman
- On-Line Tuning Effect
- Optical Line Termination Equipment (fiber optics)
- Office of Learning and Teaching in Economics and Business (Australia)
- OnLine Test Executive Program
Samples in periodicals archive:
BOSTON: The founder of the One Laptop Per Child project claimed that Intel Corporation undermined his group's effort to sell $188 computers for schoolchildren in the developing world even after the chip company got a seat on the non-profit organisation's board.
The mayor signed an agreement to buy 15,000 laptops for $200 each from One Laptop Per Child, a nonprofit foundation whose goal is to give every child in the world access to a computer.
Today Kay continues to innovate and is on the board of directors for One Laptop Per Child, a nonprofit group dedicated to research for developing a $100 laptop--a technology that could revolutionize education.
This centralized distribution plan has plenty of critics, who point to design limitations that wouldn't fly if One Laptop per Child were dealing with individuals spending their own cash rather than governments spending other people's money.