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Quality assurance of e-content- Indian Perspectives

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29/11/2012- Quality Assurance of e-content- Indian Perspective, a presentation by Dr. Sanjaya Mishra in Workshop on Instructional Design for e content Development during the session on Benchmarking, standards and quality assurance of e-content: UK and Indian perspective and the workshop is organised by IGNOU and British Council.

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Quality assurance of e-content- Indian Perspectives

  1. 1. Commonwealth EducationalMedia Centre for AsiaQuality Assurance ofe-ContentIndian Perspectiveby Sanjaya Mishra
  2. 2. The Context Enabling Environment eLearning Scenario Quality Assurance Mechanisms Education and Training Opportunities
  3. 3. Enabling Environment National IT Task-Force Recommendation (1998) National Mission on Education through ICT (2009)
  4. 4. eLearning Scenario  NetVarsity, 1996  IGNOU, 1999  Tamil Virtual University, 2000  IIM, Bangalore 2002/3  NPTEL, 2007  NMEICT, 2009 NO specific data available on overall eLearning scenario, including nature of courses, students enrolment, gender profile of students, access issues, etc.
  5. 5. R & D for Online Learning Instructional design model for Web environment A generic model of ID – ERIC that can be applied to online learning
  6. 6. IGNOU as a Capacity Builder Online programme on eLearning Intensive with F2F component for skill training Covers instructional design theory and practice Total online course development experience, with mentoring OER-based content reviewed by experts
  7. 7. QA Agencies: Need for NCHER ODL – DEC? Teacher Education – NCTE? Engineering Education – AICTE Medical Education – IMC Agriculture Education – ICAR-NAB Higher Education – NAAC
  8. 8. eLearning Quality Who is responsible to monitor quality? Should quality measure be different for different modes of learning? Can learning quality be same irrespective of the mode? Should we prescribe presentation formats for eLearning?
  9. 9. Content Vs Engagement Content is King  Engagement is Key Content is only part  Designing of the ID process engagement within We can have and outside the guidelines for good content is important content design  Learning outcomes and process quality need focus
  10. 10. Guidelines for Content Quality  Quality as fitness for purpose and quality as continuous improvement  Follows the ADDIE process to identify criteria and descriptors to assess quality
  11. 11. QA of Online Programmes Follow standards: technical standards, quality standards Set Benchmarks, indicators and descriptors: for content, instructional design, student assessment, technology, learner support Assure Quality processes: Internal quality assurance through self-regulation and capacity building
  12. 12. THANK YOU

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