RACHEL Pi

WHAT IS RACHEL PI

RACHEL “Remote Area Community Hotspots for Education and Learning,” (“R.A.C.H.E.L.”)  is an offline server, running on a Raspberry Pi, full of educational content from teaching curriculum, Khan Academy materials, Wikipedia, classic literature, reference material and textbooks; alongside vital community materials like medical and first aid textbooks? This system is a locally cached web server accessed through any connected web browser (with no need for internet connectivity)

What browsers can be used with this version?

This lightweight version requires an HTML 5 compatible modern browser that support the mp4 format (H.264 video and AAC audio). These are examples of supported browsers for this version: Internet Explorer 9+ (on Windows, Windows Phone and Windows RT), Google Chrome 3+ (for Windows or Mac), Safari (for Mac or iOS 3.5+), and Android 3+. Firefox 22+ (for Windows, MacOS, Linux), Firefox for Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and Samsung phones and tablets with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).

HOW TO CONNECT TO RACHEL PI

RACHEL PI can be accessed via wireless connection or cable.

Below are the steps to follow:

 

1) On your Computer or mobile phone Navigate to wireless connection settings

2) Connect

 

 

 

3) Go to your web browser and type in the following ip address 10.10.10

Now you are connected feel free to access all the Educational materials at no cost…

1) On your Computer or mobile phone Navigate to wireless connection settings