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E-content Generation and Delivery Management for Student Centric Learning . CONTROL NUMBER : DE- 07080910226 Dr DVLN Somayajulu Professor , PI and Institute Coordinator for NMEICT National Institute of Technology Warangal Email: somadvlns@gmail.com. Outline . Project Objectives

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E-content Generation and Delivery Management for Student Centric Learning

CONTROL NUMBER : DE- 07080910226

Dr DVLN Somayajulu

Professor , PI and Institute Coordinator for NMEICT

National Institute of Technology

Warangal

Email: somadvlns@gmail.com

outline
Outline
  • Project Objectives
  • Action Taken Report
  • Current Status and milestones achieved
  • Academic Reviewer’s reports
  • What is learned from the Pilot project
  • Budget Details
  • DPR and plan for completion
project goal
Project Goal:
  • “The development of knowledge having the right content to take care of the aspirations and to address the personalized needs of the learners”.

-NMEICT Mission document

  • Objective is to develop e-content for subject of learners and teachers
project objectives
Project Objectives
  • E-content (video) development for 24 courses in 8 disciplines.
  • Training of identified students and faculty
  • Creation of necessary facilities for generating content.
last sc meeting minutes action taken report
Last SC meeting minutes – Action Taken Report
  • Course details for main phase were not given

- Developers gave lecture plans for 24 courses ( Report submitted to NMEICT)

  • Budget is more than NMEICT norms

- Modified budget details to meet the norms of NMEICT and total cost for 24 courses is restricted to Rs 168 lakhs ( submitted to NMEICT).

last sc meeting minutes action taken report contd
Last SC meeting minutes – Action Taken Report ( contd..)
  • Improvement of Audio and video quality and other issues handled related to pilot phase courses
    • Modified the video lectures of pilot courses .
    • Conducted Academic reviews.
    • Suggestions and issues raised by academic experts were consolidated for each course and instructed all the developers to incorporate the changes during main phase activity without any additional grant.
    • Software was redesigned to show all the lectures planned in pilot phase in four quadrant format.
    • Status report of project was sent for uploading into Sakshat portal by Email in June, 2011.
current status and plan for completion contd
Current Status and Plan for completion ( contd..)
  • Pilot is completed and ready to initiate the main project.
  • Plan for Completion (18 months from approval date for main phase)
    • E-content design and development for 24 engineering courses and customization of online content delivery platform for flexible learning in four quadrant model.
    • Setting up of the environment (studio) for e-Content generation.
    • Hand-held Training students and faculty using this e-content in the form of workshops.
what is learned from the pilot project
What is learned from the Pilot project
  • Issues for student centric learning
    • How to make students participate actively and interactively
    • How to make students own and be responsible for learning
    • How to reach students with differing abilities
    • How to promote self-evaluation by students
    • How to stimulate and sustain student interest in the subject
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Students from rural background normally have:
    • Poor basic skills esp. Comprehension
    • Slow absorption of concepts
    • Inability to get doubts clarified in a class room
    • Absence of competitive spirit
    • Minimal understanding of evaluation rubrics
proof of concept 4q approach
Proof of Concept - 4Q Approach
  • First Quadrant: Video lecture, multiple entry points, lecture notes,
  • Second Quadrant: Slides, Gist of lecture, name Concepts, quality, Five doubts, questions.
  • Third Quadrant: Graded self assessment test, assignments (minimum 3 for each lecture), Discussion thread,
  • Fourth Quadrant: web links, list of references, case studies, Historical development
feedback used in continual development
Feedback used in Continual Development
  • One salient point in this project is continual feedback from our campus students and others in the preparation of student centric e-content.
  • Apart from this we recorded feedback from :
    • Students
    • Faculty
    • Academic reviewers
  • Monitoring committees

- Internal

- External

approach followed
Approach followed
  • (Content Development ) – used Four Quadrant approach
    • Class room tested e-content
    • Graded Questions
    • Assignments
  • (Delivery Mechanism)
    • Updatable content on the web
    • Web interaction for learners and peers
    • Also available in CD form
    • User manual version 1 is ready
budget details pilot phase
Budget Details ( pilot phase)
  • Total money received as 1st installment is spent and balance of Rs 4,500/- is remaining in this project
lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • Recording is done after incorporating the student feedback, which improved the content qualitatively and quantitatively
  • The very process enthused the students to ask deeper questions and help generate quality oriented questions
  • It influenced the three developers in a way that changed their established way of teaching the subject
parameters suggested
Parameters Suggested
  • Admin. Support – internal and external
  • Timelines and adherence to – mostly followed
  • Clarity on deliverables – provided
  • Transparency and openness – followed
  • Quality parameters adopted – Academic reviews completed
  • Dynamics of peer group – students and faculty
  • Difficulties faced so far – lack of infrastructure initially and place is ready for set up the environment, equipment still to procure, etc.
  • Progress made so far – almost completed and review is in progress
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