OpenSourceEducation

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A Presentation I gave for a Business Plan competition with the B-idea on Knowledge as a Service for People with low income.

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OpenSourceEducation

  1. 1. Conneχions…<br />Opening the Doors of Education for All<br />
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES<br />To bring Education to the Masses rather than Masses going to Education.<br />To Spread the Message of <br /> “Education for Everyone”<br />
  3. 3. WAY TO GO<br />Less-Known Authors get chance to publish.<br />Education in Diverse Languages.<br />E-Education, the Way to Go!<br />MoUs with Major Universities and Colleges.<br />‘Below Poverty Line’ not a Barrier now.<br />
  4. 4. ON OFFER !!!<br />Video Lectures<br />Lecture Notes and Transcriptions<br />Presentations<br />Handouts<br />Audio books<br />Animated Representation and Pictures<br />Open Books<br />Website<br />Personal Mentor Program<br />Counseling Program<br />
  5. 5. TECHNOLOGY ASPECT <br />Dynamic Web Pages, XML<br />Language Translation<br />Multimedia Creation and Display Techniques<br />Lecture Recording and Transmission<br />INTERNET<br />Webcasts and Podcasts<br />Online Search for Requested Data.<br />
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  7. 7. COMPARISON<br />Some well known Open-Edu distributers<br />Massachusetts Institute of Technology<br />University of California, Berkeley<br />Stanford University<br />Yale University<br />Harvard University<br />Open-Edu distributers in India<br />?????????????<br />IITs charge Rs. 50,000/- per course.<br />
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  11. 11. APPROACH<br />K-10 Education for BPL students for free.<br />Undergrad Students get Sample Lectures and Seminars<br />Paid Lectures Downloadable from Internet.<br />Graduate and Doctorate Students to get Specialized study Materials as per their Requirements.<br />Free Seminar and Student Interaction sessions for Students in towns and villages.<br />
  12. 12. MARKET WATCH<br />Students searching for New Data about Subject<br />Students interested in Research<br />Aiding Students through A/V Sessions.<br />Clarification of Basic and Advanced Doubts through Open-Books and Mentor Forums.<br />Searching for Easy ways to Learn Difficult Concepts.<br />Student pursuing education through External Means <br />
  13. 13. HOW TO SELL<br />Presence on the Internet<br />Seminars and face to face Student Interaction<br />Free Distribution of Sample Data and Lectures<br />MoUs wilt Schools and Colleges<br />Usage of Print and Electronic Media<br />Initial Discounts and Complementary Lectures<br />Free Membership Schemes<br />Teaching Sessions at Towns and Village<br />
  14. 14. TYPES OF EDU-REPOSITORIES <br />K-12 Education:-<br />Basic School Education<br />Secondary Studies and its Preparation<br />Undergraduate Aids<br />Various Fields Covered<br />Engineering<br />Law<br />Medical<br />Arts<br />Commerce<br />Basic Sciences<br />Literature<br />Graduate and Doctoral Studies<br />
  15. 15. TRENDS<br />
  16. 16. ORGANISATION<br />
  17. 17. PERSONNEL REVIEW<br />Major Assets and Building Blocks<br />Esteemed Professors for Higher Education<br />Experienced Teachers for K-12 Education<br />Experienced Staff to Handle the Technology<br />New Research and Surveys put into Practice<br />Administrative Section to Handle the Non-Educational Section.<br />Video and Audio Recording Studios<br />Computer Experts for Creation of Aid Material<br />
  18. 18. MONEY MATTERS<br />

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