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Virtual Learning Environment at DU              - Creating Open Educational ResourcesSanjeev SinghUniversity of DelhiNovem...
Ideal “learning” setting                       Available at any time      Engaging                                 Customi...
A Different ApproachNetwork-based delivery needs to become a central modality for deliveringquality education.A blended pr...
ICT for Us To create more informed community requires new skills To enhance productivity A quest for quality learning To b...
Content Model                    Capture                              Report           Assess                             ...
Some Ways Forward Teaching community is building curriculum - based  content Collaborative, project-based lab modules T...
Content Creation Lab
Faculty Training Infrastructure
Faculty Development Programs
Issues   Methodology   Platform identification   Deployment Matrix   Adopting best practices   Pedagogical issues   ...
On-line Mode ? Access to virtual classroom for collaborative learning experience via a  host of interactive tools includi...
What we have ?                                           Statistics:                                           Courses: < ...
Virtual Learning        Virtual Knowledge Centers            Virtual Laboratories         Digital Libraries      Research ...
Content Delivery                                                                         Advantages:          College A   ...
What we get ?  - seamless access to all educational resources;  - easy inter-institutional and intra-institutional access ...
Where are we ?                                                Increased integration between                               ...
How Will the Learning Environment Change ? Strengthening existing learning Single access point to access quality content...
Possibilities To explore synergies between Open Educational Resources and other initiatives Content Creation and Sharing...
Implementing Opportunities NME-ICT Open Educational Resources – OCW: large pool of shared and open content for diverse nee...
Technology Trends in Higher Education • Technological devices are becoming more versatile and   ubiquitous. • There is a t...
Linking the Repository with End User                                Learning                                Object Reposit...
Making The Switch…Why do it?Is it feasible?What does it involve?How do we go about it?Who will help us?
The Story . . . . .      First they ignore you      Then they laugh at you      Then they fight you      Then you win ...
Instruction Designe for e-Content Development;UK-India Prospective
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Instruction Designe for e-Content Development;UK-India Prospective

  1. 1. Virtual Learning Environment at DU - Creating Open Educational ResourcesSanjeev SinghUniversity of DelhiNovember 29, 2012
  2. 2. Ideal “learning” setting Available at any time Engaging Customized/Personalized Modular 18
  3. 3. A Different ApproachNetwork-based delivery needs to become a central modality for deliveringquality education.A blended process – intelligent combinations of physical and virtual elements.Distributed Repositories, Domain-specific Grids and Portals, Interactionfacilities, Robust connectivity – key components of OKR.Open Educational Resources - content, applications and infrastructure can beproductively leveraged 18
  4. 4. ICT for Us To create more informed community requires new skills To enhance productivity A quest for quality learning To bridge the gap between developed and developing Institutions 24
  5. 5. Content Model Capture Report Assess Create Assist Prepare Deliver
  6. 6. Some Ways Forward Teaching community is building curriculum - based content Collaborative, project-based lab modules Training of Teachers for effective use of various Technologies, Content Design and providing guidance, help and usage for the students.
  7. 7. Content Creation Lab
  8. 8. Faculty Training Infrastructure
  9. 9. Faculty Development Programs
  10. 10. Issues  Methodology  Platform identification  Deployment Matrix  Adopting best practices  Pedagogical issues  Delivery
  11. 11. On-line Mode ? Access to virtual classroom for collaborative learning experience via a host of interactive tools including discussion forum, book marking system, electronic white board and chat. Semester wise interactive courseware on web (Intranet) Short duration skill enhancement program Access to infotainment section (edutainment), providing links to latest edu-channels, e-books etc. Podcasting
  12. 12. What we have ? Statistics: Courses: < 400 Users: ~8500 Teachers: 35 Active Posts: 5 Questions: < 46861 Resources: < 1152 Other Activities: Podcast, Results, Online Workshops, 133 forum posts http://vle.du.ac.in Think Connect and Share
  13. 13. Virtual Learning Virtual Knowledge Centers Virtual Laboratories Digital Libraries Research Educational Projects Projects Internet Web Content Management System E-Course Computer Full Screen SCORM format Testing Video E-Learning Platforms System Conferences Authoring Off-Line Tools Client
  14. 14. Content Delivery Advantages: College A e-Learning -Single Sign-On authentication for Virtual Labs every educational Virtual Knowledge Centers resource; Digital Libraries -a single login and password for user; Learning Network -easy inter- institutional access to resources; College B e-Learning -transparent Virtual Labs organization of Virtual Knowledge Centers e-learning using inter-institutional Digital Libraries links Authentication Authorization Educational Resource
  15. 15. What we get ? - seamless access to all educational resources; - easy inter-institutional and intra-institutional access to resources; - transparent organization of e-learning using inter- institutional links
  16. 16. Where are we ? Increased integration between applicationsFirst use of Introduction of Increased sophisticationtechnology Activity Based of core technologiesFor VLE Learning More applications Built on open standard Move to Live Server “Moodle” 1.9 “Moodle” 2.x Dokeos 1.8.x July 2002 Nov. 2005 2007 2010 2012 22
  17. 17. How Will the Learning Environment Change ? Strengthening existing learning Single access point to access quality content developed by the educators in collaborative mode Colleges may be involved to complete the cycle Students will be savvy consumers with increased level of student activism Automating the assessment system Learning would even be present off campus: to home or wherever the learner is- Mobile Learning
  18. 18. Possibilities To explore synergies between Open Educational Resources and other initiatives Content Creation and Sharing (NKN and NME) Learning flow exchanges (among institutions) Integrating effective tools
  19. 19. Implementing Opportunities NME-ICT Open Educational Resources – OCW: large pool of shared and open content for diverse needs – Merlot, GELC, OKI, OER, dSpace Labs and Simulations – NME-ICT Virtual Lab: Electronics & Communications, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology and Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Physical Sciences, Chemical Sciences – Order-of-magnitude higher number of educationally meaningful laboratory experiments through the Internet based on hardware dispersed around the world
  20. 20. Technology Trends in Higher Education • Technological devices are becoming more versatile and ubiquitous. • There is a tremendous growth in network based learning. • Technological fluency is becoming a graduation requirement. • Network has become the core learning platform
  21. 21. Linking the Repository with End User Learning Object Repository Linked to other global repositoriesGlobal Interactions Institutional serverInstitutionalApplications Reference Materials, Whole courses Processes to create Conversion to eBooks, journals, for classes, ODL learning materials mass media formats URLs, etc. learners, etc. using learning objects Classroom, Learning Centres, Independent Study, Broadcast Media Access for Learners Formal, informal, non-formal learners
  22. 22. Making The Switch…Why do it?Is it feasible?What does it involve?How do we go about it?Who will help us?
  23. 23. The Story . . . . . First they ignore you Then they laugh at you Then they fight you Then you win ………….. - Mahatma Gandhi

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