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1 Uma Kanjilal Indira Gandhi National Open University

2 ICT Initiatives at eGyanKosh, IGNOU eGyanKosh: A National Digital Repository eGyanKosh: A National Digital Repository FlexiLearn FlexiLearn Webcasting facility for GyanDarshan I & II and GyanVani – Education Broadcast Webcasting facility for GyanDarshan I & II and GyanVani – Education Broadcast E-Learning Platform -Virtual Class E-Learning Platform -Virtual Class Sakshat: A One Stop Education Portal of Ministry of Human Resource Development Sakshat: A One Stop Education Portal of Ministry of Human Resource Development June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

3 Digital Learning Facilities June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

4 eGyanKosh initiated in October, 2005 with a mandate to store, index, preserve, distribute and share the digital learning resources public launch in June 9, 2008 (initiating open access) emerged as one of the worlds largest educational resource repositories over 95% of the self-instructional print material of the University have already been digitised and uploaded 1600 video programmes available on YouTube with the metadata link in the repository Webcasting of Broadcast channels Wiki for collaborative content generation June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

5 eGyanKosh (e=electronic, gyan= knowledge, kosh= repository)Main Page eGyanKosh (e=electronic, gyan= knowledge, kosh= repository) Main Page Collection of more than 40,000 SIMs and 2000 videos More than 2100 courses Visits per day day around 400 More than 1.5 lakh registered users June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

6 YouTube Video Streaming June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

7 Education Broadcast June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

8 Live Broadcasts Archive Management June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

9 IGNOU-YouTube Collaboration June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

10 IGNOU-YouTube Collaboration June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

11 Student Interaction Forum for Broadcast June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

12 IJOL Online June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

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14 A Move Towards Flexible Learning Environment Course wise registration and assessment Modular approach to earn course credits for obtaining a diploma or degree Academic Advisors for each course E-portfolio for a formal record of all formal and informal studies carried out by the registered learner On demand assessment June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

15 FlexiLearn Main Page June 5, 2014Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU 15

16 Virtual Class Rooms June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

17 Features of Online Programmes Walk in admission (Cohort based) Integrated multimedia courseware (personalized learning space ) Online counseling and mentoring (web conferencing, text based chatting) 24×7 learner support Assignment Management System E-tutor based practical Group based online seminar Online Project platform Online Term End Examination (proctored) June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

18 Learning Resources June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

19 Virtual Class in Progress June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

20 Student Seminar June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

21 Question Bank Development Tool June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

22 Content Uploading Tool June 5, Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU

23 IGNOU Adopts OER Policy June 5, 2014Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU 23

24 Open Educational Resources (OER) Online instructional materials that are provided under "open" licenses which give students, faculty, and all members of the public permission to copy, reuse, revise, adapt, and redistribute the materials, providing users meet specific conditions. June 5, 2014Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU 24

25 OER MOVEMENT Term first coined at UNESCO's 2002 Forum on the Impact of Open Courseware for Higher Education in Developing Countries Wayne Hodgins concept of reusable learning objects David concept of open content based on the underlying principles of the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement on open license policy 2001 The founding of Creative Commons and the announcement of MITs Open Courseware (OCW) initiative in gave further impetus to the OER movement. June 5, 2014Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU 25

26 Creative Commons License June 5, 2014Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU 26 Attribution (By) The standard condition for CC license in which usage requires citing, referencing of the creator/source. No Derivatives (ND) This condition mandates that no derivative works or adaptations may be made by users. Non-Commercial (NC) This condition mandates that users do not sell or make commercial usage of the licensed materials. Share-Alike (SA)Usage requires that any derivatives, remixes, or adaptations of the work be licensed under the same Creative Commons license.

27 Open Educational Resources MITs OpenCourseWare project and the OpenCourseWare Consortium Open Universitys Open Courses OpenLearn OER initiatives Hewlett, COL, UNESCO, OLI Creative Commons and CC materials in Flickr, Google, Wikipedia, Wikiversity, etc.

28 Open Collections and Repositories Wikipedia Wikiversity Connexions (Rice University) MERLOT Knowledge Hub Flicker CC UNESCO Internet Archive I Tunes You Tube

29 Major University based OER Collections MIT Open University Open Learning Initiative (OLI)- CMU Rice University Connexions (http://cnx.org/)http://cnx.org/ eGyanKosh- IGNOU

30 Barriers to OER Movement intellectual property rights and digital rights management- Creative Commons license Discoverability- OERCommons, Creative Commons search, and OCWC Course Finder June 5, 2014Uma Kanjilal, IGNOU 30

31 Major Issues of Concern OER vs. IPR Formats of learning resources Data compression vs. quality output Metadata Standards and interoperability Data security

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