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E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
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E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education
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National Seminar on Promoting E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education (March 20-21, 2013), Organized by …

National Seminar on Promoting E-governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education (March 20-21, 2013), Organized by
Department of B.Ed./M.Ed., Faculty of Education & Allied Sciences, MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly (U.P.)-243006 (India)

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  • 1. E- governance Culture in Institutions of Higher Education R C Sharma20 March 2013 By picture man [GPL (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html)], via Wikimedia Commons
  • 2. Abraham Lincoln, 1863 (Gettysburg speech) A government - of the people by the people and for the people
  • 3. Governance ESG Key Image - Creative Commons Flickr/Stacie Kefuoe
  • 4. E Governance E-Administration E-Service E-Democracy
  • 5. United Nations E-Government Survey 2012: E-Government for the People
  • 6. e-government development in countrieswith populations larger than 100 million Source: United Nations E-Government Survey 2012
  • 7. E-government in Asia Source: United Nations E-Government Survey 2012
  • 8. Service areas Source: United Nations E-Government Survey 2012
  • 9. Progress in online service delivery Source: United Nations E-Government Survey 2012
  • 10. Global Information Technology Scenario •ICT Bringing Innovation, Increasing Productivity Boosting Efficiency across Industries Improving life standards •Asia: Hub of Global IT Companies By Bill william compton (Own work, adapted from BlankAsia.png) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by- sa/3.0) or GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html)], via Wikimedia Commons
  • 11. Global Information Technology Report 2012
  • 12. The Networked Readiness Index 2012 Source: Global Information Technology Report 2012
  • 13. India… 69th ranking Source: Global Information Technology Report 2012
  • 14. Regulations… Source: Global Information Technology Report 2012
  • 15. Infrastructure and digital content Source: Global Information Technology Report 2012
  • 16. What does it mean? Source: Global Information Technology Report 2012
  • 17. Internet Usage in India
  • 18. A snapshot of digital India http://www.digitalstrategyconsulting.com/india/2012/05/a_snapshot_of_digital_india_12.php#more
  • 19. National Knowledge Commission
  • 20. English Language Lab ProjectTo equip the youth of Gujarat in soft skills,Office of the Commissioner, HigherEducation, Government of Gujarat hasinitiated Digital English Language Lab (DELL)Project. The University has already set up 198State of art LAN based labs across Gujarat.
  • 21. Are we lost in Ocean of data / information Photo illustration by Aurich Lawsonhttp://arstechnica.com/business/2011/09/information-explosion-how-rapidly-expanding-storage-spurs-innovation/
  • 22. Knowing What To Do Versus Doing It –How To Handle The Information Explosion You don’t have to let the information explosion leave you with a defeated feeling. http://freelancefolder.com/knowing-what-to-do-versus-doing-it-%E2%80%93-how-to-handle-the-information-explosion/
  • 23. Knowledge…• Creation• Transmission• Advancement
  • 24. 7 Major Communications Revolutions 1. Printing Press Invented by German goldsmith Johann Gutenberg in 1448 http://yesteryearsnews.wordpress.com/2009/03/26/printing-press-trivia/ http://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/the-growing-need-for
  • 25. 7 Major Communications Revolutions 2. Recorded Sound http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/edhtml/edhome.html
  • 26. 7 Major Communications Revolutions 3. Radio http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Fisher_500_radio.jpg
  • 27. 7 Major Communications Revolutions 4. Television http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Alhurra%27s_studio_-- _February_2011.jpg
  • 28. 7 Major Communications Revolutions 5. Personal Computer http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Personal_Computer_774.JPG
  • 29. 7 Major Communications Revolutions 6. Internet http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Internet1.jpg
  • 30. 7 Major Communications Revolutions 7. Mobile http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bluebell_on_the_phone.jpg http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:3G_speed_brussel_sept_2012_IMG_2888.JPG
  • 31. Source: http://ansonalex.com/technology/4-infographics-about-online-trends-internet-usage-and-social-media/
  • 32. Web 2.0
  • 33. Internet World Connection Density Source: http://www.chrisharrison.net/index.php/Visualizations/InternetMap
  • 34. Are you ready for it… http://www.empowernetwork.com/joeymc/files/2012/11/information_overload_hydrant.jpg
  • 35. NMC Horizon Report - 2012 K-12 Edition Identifies top emerging technologies, trends, and challenges that will have a major impact on teaching, learning, and creative inquiry in pre-college education over the next five years. Most important key driver is that the education paradigms are shifting to include online learning, hybrid learning and collaborative models.Source: http://www.nmc.org/publications/2012-horizon-report-k12
  • 36. Near FutureTime-to-Adoption Horizon: One Year or Less• Mobile Apps• Tablet Computing
  • 37. Mid FutureTime-to-Adoption Horizon: Two to Three Years• Game-Based Learning: from single-player or small-group card and board games all the way to massively multiplayer online games and alternate reality games• Learning Analytics: to study student engagement, performance, and progress in practice, with the goal of using what is learned to revise curricula, teaching, and assessment in real time.
  • 38. Game based Learning
  • 39. Copyright © 2004 - 2013 Upside Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd.http://www.upsidelearning.com/game-based-learning.asp
  • 40. {Not so} far futureTime-to-Adoption Horizon: Four to Five Years• Gesture-Based Computing: to study student engagement, performance, and progress in practice, with the goal of using what is learned to revise curricula, teaching, and assessment in real time ((Xbox Kinect and Nintendo Wii)• Internet of Things: a category of small devices or methods that enable an object to be assigned a unique identifier; contain small bits of information, such as the object’s age, shelf life, and environmental data such as temperature or humidity (and much more) attached to it; and then communicate the status of that information on demand, whether optically or via electromagnetic frequencies
  • 41. gesture based technology
  • 42. What is emerging… New Governance models
  • 43. Empowering studentsImprovedgovernance
  • 44. Road ahead…
  • 45. Game Changers: Education and Information TechnologiesToday’s knowledge revolution isn’t about how much information is available.It’s about how fast knowledge can travel through vast, connected networks of people—and how it can grow exponentially. Game Changers: Education and Information Technologies © 2012 EDUCAUSE
  • 46. Emerging Trends of Education vs e-Governance
  • 47. edXFree courses designedspecifically forinteractive study via theweb, provided by MIT,Harvard and Berkeley. Udacity was born out of a Stanford University experiment in which Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig offered their "Introduction to Artificial Intelligence" course online to anyone, for free. Over 160,000 students in more than 190 countries enrolled and not much later, Udacity Udacity was born.
  • 48. New Education Systems
  • 49. So what do we expect of you?• teacher competencies• learning materials• ICT equipment• student and teacher motivation
  • 50. e-Governance and Education
  • 51. Online Registration OnlineExamination e- Wiki based Open Courses Governance in Education Web Open Source Conferencing LMS (Moodle) (BigBlueButton)
  • 52. Course Development
  • 53. Learner paced learning support Terry Anderson, David Annand and Norine Wark - 2005 http://www.ascilite.org.au/ajet/ajet21/anderson.html
  • 54. Technologies:Instructional Delivery
  • 55. What e-Governance Support a student may demand http://www.mindlogicx.com/mindspace.html
  • 56. Pedagogy-Content-TechnologyReproduced by permission of the publisher, © 2012 by tpack.org
  • 57. New Opportunities
  • 58. 21st Century Indian Learners• Net Generation • Digital Natives• Millennials • Multi-taskers
  • 59. Aakash hopes to end the “digital divide” in education between the rich and poorhttp://www.springwise.com/education/india-internet-access-poorer-students-low-cost-tablet/
  • 60. Transforming Lives Shaping the future…

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