The ONE Foundation is implementing organization of ONE Mongolia national program, with the goal of supporting Mongolia’s emergence as a learning nation with a knowledge economy based on open development principles. Designed as an open educational national program, it has supported open education and knowledge, posited open educational research and innovation, socioeconomic impact.
The ONE Academy, a component of ONE Mongolia program, supports collaborations and partnerships for the development of open education and knowledge, and provide free access to Open Educational Resources (OER) to maximize multi-stakeholder investments in open education and Build capacity among faculty, instructors and education practitioners…
The ONE School, another component of ONE Mongolia, provides eLearning technology solutions for institutes, schools and training organizations.
ONE School provides classroom tools powered by Google Education to university and school campuses in Mongolia, without the costs and complexities that come with maintaining hardware and software. .
As a commencement of the ONE Language, newly published 8 volumes Mongolian language Wiktionary (MN Wiktionary), a collaborative project to produce a free and complete dictionary, developed on the http://mn.wiktionary.org.
MN Wiktionary has grown beyond a standard dictionary and now includes a Mongolian traditional script…
The DREAM IT ( Development Research to Empower All Mongolians Through Information Technology) – series of applied research projects that were conducted by ONE Mongolia team, between 2009-2013, have been significant to Mongolia for the opportunities availed to researchers and development workers from many universities, government and non- governmental organizations, to freely explore the potential of ICTs to contribute to the country’s socioeconomic development. This intensive action research program was timely, at the onset of the deployment of ICT infrastructure, including the Internet, to the wide expanses of Mongolia through wireless networks and mobile phones, and as the Government formulated information and communication technology (ICT) policies to bring universal access to people living in remote places.