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National Educational Grid-Best courseware to be

    delivered through IGNOU channels(Teachers &
    Students)Collaborati...
To make learning and Knowledge

                                                                Delivering
     -a social...
Learners        Type of INFRASTRUCTURE
    Diverse group                     NEEDS

    Separated by - space Flexible

...
Creation of Technologies (~IPR Divide)

 Diffusion of Recent Innovations (~Digital
  Divide)
 Diffusion of Old Innovati...
Multi-Pronged Approach for Quality Education for ALL
                            CONNECTIVITY
           Satellite, Broadb...
Virtual University - Through Universal Tele-Education

                                                  Central HUB of al...
Communication
           solving
Problem
Working together
Self learning
                                              ...
Impact of social changes

 Rigorous, attractive and enabling to retain
  student interest in learning
 Rigorous in its ...
Globalising Educational delivery

 Removing self-serving interest, domination,
  superiority and control
 Cost reductio...
Need for more teachers

    Reskilling and retraining the teachers for new

    needs and new tools, new technologies fo...
Technology is an enabler, but it is not a substitute for

    teachers-remove the fear of unknown
    Interaction and Del...
Learner centered-Flexible-Technology driven
system-Need for Alliances
Cost Sharing Economy
   -Learning resources developm...
Need of the Hour
Mix of all the three functions
Facilitating a Learning Environment

Support to Learners as a Broker

Coor...
21st Century-Learning Systems
  will witness more Private Participation
COMPLIMENTARITY:
  Partnership based on mutual res...
Global Successful Alliances
                                                                      Successful Alliances
   ...
THANK YOU
                                    For Interaction:
                                 Prof. K. Subramanian
     ...
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Empowering The Educators India R & D 2009 Jan 2009

  1. 1. National Educational Grid-Best courseware to be  delivered through IGNOU channels(Teachers & Students)Collaboration with MPTEL and hosting of National Educational Portal Government Informatics  Security Informatics  Spatial Informatics  eKissan Bharat in collaboration with ICAER for  sustainable agriculture development Computational sciences Portal  National Digital Repository of Educational Resources  2 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  2. 2. To make learning and Knowledge  Delivering -a social and economic activity  education-demand Acquisition of Knowledge  supply perspective -a life long activity Technology-a solution to demand  for learning & create new possibilities to make it happen Re-skilling and  Demand of diverse learners retraining Diversity of goals employees arising Diversity of contexts due to economic Demand for higher education Renewal of employee skills in service structural changes creating a new sector social demand 3 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  3. 3. Learners Type of INFRASTRUCTURE Diverse group NEEDS  Separated by - space Flexible  Separated by-time  Possess different-prior Global in  reach learning skills New educational  Interactive training needs Affordable 4 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  4. 4. Creation of Technologies (~IPR Divide)   Diffusion of Recent Innovations (~Digital Divide)  Diffusion of Old Innovations (~Extension Divide) Diffusion of Human Skills (~Educational  Divide) 5 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  5. 5. Multi-Pronged Approach for Quality Education for ALL CONNECTIVITY Satellite, Broadband, Wireless Communication Provides a highway for reaching Quality Education to all Tele-Education Delivery System • Digital Library integration Multi-Class Environment • Seamless – two way connectivity • Content management • • Internet Resource availability Synchronized multi-media • • Remote Virtual Classroom delivery Universal Tele-education System • Cost effective Connectivity • Collaborative environment A teacher can teach many remote classrooms from anywhere Unique, Innovative and Creative Content and assimilation through animation Lectures Laboratory Library Books Internet Quality Content Generation 6 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  6. 6. Virtual University - Through Universal Tele-Education Central HUB of all Remote Class rooms CORE COMPETENCE Universities • IISc Online Tele-Education • Coordinate • Universities • Virtual Interaction • IITs • Organize • Live sessions • • NITs Schedule • Effective Two way • Broadcast • Other Institutions • communication Manage • International • • Synchronized Maintain institutions • Infrastructure - Storage Multimedia • Delivery through • Collaboration •E-learning •Tele-education • Identification of Experts • Content Development VSAT for Remote Beneficiaries • Content Generation Access • Affiliated Colleges • Content Workflow BROADBAND • • Content Deployment Study Centres FIBRE OPTICS to • • Delivery through Learning centres to connect major cities • e-Learning • Individual Students • Tele-Education WIRELESS for Last mile • Village Panchayat •Digital Library Knowledge Centres 7 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  7. 7. Communication solving Problem Working together Self learning 8 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  8. 8. Impact of social changes   Rigorous, attractive and enabling to retain student interest in learning  Rigorous in its demands of intellectual and skills challenges  Appropriate balance of subject skills and knowledge,skills,and team learning and value respect  Give added value and fitness of purpose 9 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  9. 9. Globalising Educational delivery   Removing self-serving interest, domination, superiority and control  Cost reduction in course media preparation  Higher quality assurance and experts involvement  Distributed decentralization of subject expertise 10 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  10. 10. Need for more teachers  Reskilling and retraining the teachers for new  needs and new tools, new technologies for teaching & Learning Retention of teachers  New educational delivery systems(Multi Model)  Interactive & Integrated Learning systems  Continuous improvement of Communication  and presentation skills Change in evaluation & Assessment  Keep the interest in Learning  11 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  11. 11. Technology is an enabler, but it is not a substitute for  teachers-remove the fear of unknown Interaction and Delivery system can change  It is not one way delivery of lectures, but it is a  integrated interaction between learners & Teachers Multi-media exposures makes teaching made easier-  at the same time, it empowers the teachers & Learners Teachers & Learners use the same medium of  Internet & Web. Best course notes on any subject made available for  knowledge enrichment 12 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  12. 12. Learner centered-Flexible-Technology driven system-Need for Alliances Cost Sharing Economy -Learning resources development, establishment of learner support centers,infrastructure for course delivery Changing Enrolment patterns -flexible and modular learning to fulfill learner demands Cross sharing courses -Cost&Risk reduction & Funding patterns change Curricula demands -variety of academic talents for short period of time-Sharing staff resources 13 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  13. 13. Need of the Hour Mix of all the three functions Facilitating a Learning Environment Support to Learners as a Broker Coordinating the Process and Development of Materials 14 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  14. 14. 21st Century-Learning Systems will witness more Private Participation COMPLIMENTARITY: Partnership based on mutual respect, trust, benefit MISSION CLARITY AND ARTICULATION: Clear sense of direction in fulfilling the mission. INSTITUTIONAL COMMITMENT: Ownership of entire community GOVT.& COMMUNIITY SUPPORT : Total support to delivery of educational products and Services ORGANISATION STRUCTURE: To support partnership activity with faith,trust and belief in educational delivery and support to learning environment. LEADERSHIP: Should have a vision of global development and to meet international community needs 15 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  15. 15. Global Successful Alliances Successful Alliances The Open Learning Successful Experiments-Partnership Alliances Foundation Group-U.K.(OLF) The National Technological University (NTU-USA) Federation of British Acts as a bridge between learners and   participating institutions (FACULTY) Universities One-way transmission of lectures  Designs curriculum and (synncand async mode) with two or  multiple ways of Teacher-learner- develop learning learner-learner computer-based materials for distribution communication to off-campus students Enables movement of credits and also  awards credits Doesn't support the  Successful Alliances of Resource Sharing learning environment Open Learning Australia (OLA) Doesn't assess or award Acts as an educational   broker with multiplicity of credits functions to bring courses of Facilitates Staff  Australian tertiary institutions Development activities  Doesn't have Credit or Credential granting authority 16 Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & Innovations 4/7/2009
  16. 16. THANK YOU For Interaction: Prof. K. Subramanian ksdir@nic.in ksmanian@ignou.ac.in ksmanian48@gmail.com ksmanian20032004@yahoo.com Prof.KS@2009 India R & D 2009: Ict & 17 4/7/2009 Innovations

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