Mobile Learning for Farmers via LIVES: Learning through Interactive Voice Educational System
In this paper, we describe the technological aspects of LIVES and its impact on the marginalized communities. This system, based on Asterisk (Digium 2009), an open-source telephony software, can be used to distribute learning content using auditory means in communities with low literacy rates but with good penetration of mobile phones.
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