This article is about the development of information and communication technology utilization model for education on remote, rural and border areas in Indonesia. The model is named “PSB di Daerah 3T” or information and communication technology-based learning resource center at school on remote, rural, and border areas. The model was developed based on modern learning, empowering, bottom- up, and partnership approaches and also set a benchmark with experiences of other countries. Piloting was developed in five sub-districts, they are Naringgul in Cianjur (West Java), Cijaku in Lebak (Banten), Atambua in Belu (East Nusa Tenggara), Sebatik in Nunukan (East Kalimantan), and Marore in Sangihe Islands (North Sulawesi). An elementary and a secondary school without electricity and internet access were choosen within each sub-district. Then a pack of learning resource contained an electric generator solar cell, a parabolic antenna, a television set, 6 units of laptop, wi-fi apparatus, and a hard disc of digital open learning material was given to each school. To ensure the success of the program a series of activities were conducted such as training, assistance, monitoring, and evaluation. Hopefully, within the following three years the program could be fully adopted and run independently by the school itself. Then the model couldbe disseminated to another districts that have similar characteristics.