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Major Milestones of CEMCA (1994-2014)

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CEMCA completed 20 years on 1 July 2014.

CEMCA completed 20 years on 1 July 2014.

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  • 1. MAJOR MILESTONES OF CEMCA (1994-2014) Mr. K. Narayanan joined as first employee Establishment of CEMCA First workshop on production of audio-video programme held at Pune 19951995 19981998 20002000 CEMCA started publishing a newsletter entitled EduComAsia Educational video database project initiated Achievements  Thought leadership in educational technology innovations and practices  Over 110 Community Radio stations in India supported  Over 6500 individuals received capacity building opportunities  Learning materials released as Open Educational Resources (OER) in timely appropriate and emerging areas  Institutional partnership fostered in Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Malaysia, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka  Developed Models and Frameworks for quality assurance of educational multimedia, OER, Community Radio station, and promoted innovative use of low-cost technologies (eg. MedLib, EasyNow, Web Radio, Virtual Open Schooling (VOS))  Provided policy support to Government ministries and public institutions in Commonwealth Asia  Collaborated with UNESCO, UNICEF, FAO, Ford Foundation, British Council, IDRC, etc. Host country agreement signed between COL and Govt. of India for recognizing CEMCA Govt. of India notified CEMCA as an international agency with privileges and immunities applicable to UN agencies 200120012001 20072007 20022002 International Symposium on Collaboration on ODL organized at IGNOU Teleconferencing toolkit released Quality assurance of educational multimedia started Series of interviews on “Civil Paths to Peace”with Prof. Amartya Sen released Multimedia resource for special needs education released in Hindi and Bangla CEMCA started promoting Open Educational Resources ICT Leadership in Higher Education workshop organized at Hyderabad Quality assurance of Open Educational Resources initiated National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) launched Virtual Open Schooling with the support of CEMCA IDRC supported research project on OER started 1st Regional Consultation on Community Radio awareness organized at Lucknow 1st exploratory workshop on Science for Women organized at New Delhi Workshop on Multimedia Courseware for Distance Education organized at Open University of Sri Lanka CEMCA organized workshop on“Internet and Education”at IGNOU July 1, 19941994 19991999 Regional workshop on Instructional Design organised at Open University of Sri Lanka Workshop on e-Learning organized at Calicut CEMCA started serving as South Asia node for Global Distance Education Network (GDENET) Workshop on Multimedia Courseware for Distance Education organized at Bangladesh Open University 1st ISBN publication of CEMCA entitled Educational Multimedia released ICT and media training programme for women journalist in South Asia held at IIMC under ”Education Makes News” project of UNESCO 20032003 2008200820092009 20102010 20112011 20132013 20052005 World Radio Day 2014 celebrated and Community Radio Video Challenge organized 20142014 CEMCA organized the 1st National CR Sammelan on behalf of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India CEMCA Community Radio Facilitation Centre received support from Ford Foundation Community Radio Continuous Improvement Toolkit (CR-CIT) version 1 released

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