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Summer Internships working on KA Lite at UCSD

Join us in the offline learning revolution, and help to bridge the digital divide!

The Foundation for Learning Equality (FLE) is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating tools for sharing and authoring open-licensed educational content for use by anyone around the world, with a focus on reaching those with limited or no internet access. We're looking for software development  interns to volunteer with us this summer to help expand the KA Lite project, a lightweight web app for serving core Khan Academy content (videos and exercises) without needing internet connectivity, from a local server (even a Raspberry Pi!). The internship will take place around the UCSD campus, but can also be done remotely (we have developers around the world). Please read the application overview for more information, and feel free to email us at info@learningequality.org if you have any questions.

Read more at: http://kalitewiki.learningequality.org/development/internships