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Tonga Peace Corps embraces the SolarSPELL digital library

A team of students and faculty from Arizona State University (ASU) traveled to Tonga the second week of December 2016 to deliver their portable ruggedized solar-powered digital library for use in schools and communities across Tonga. The SPELL, or Solar … Continue reading

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First Training with Peace Corps Volunteers in Samoa: Savai’i Island

The SolarSPELL team held the first of two trainings with Peace Corps volunteers in Samoa in early June, 2016, on Savai’i island. This training was particularly exciting for a few reasons: first, because all of the PC Volunteers in Samoa … Continue reading

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Two Videos on SolarSPELL from Cal Poly’s Mustang News

Mustang News, the award-winning on-campus source for media about California Polytechnic State University, has released two videos about the SolarSPELL project. The first video (above) gives an overview of the library and the project (up to now). The second video … Continue reading

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