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Integration of MOOCs Online Courses into Open and Distance Teacher Education in India

Mahesh Paswan
2020 Educational Quest- An International Journal of Education and Applied Social Sciences  
The students, coordinators and counsellors, however, appreciated that SAWAYM is making rapid inroads into the near future in the field of open and distance teacher education.  ...  Blended MOOCs Programme (2017-19), analysing its mechanism as well as studying the changes in the ODL D.El.Ed. programme due to integration of MOOCs online courses.  ...  The Open and Distance Learning (ODL) system is an education system in which the students are not required to be present in one place and at the same time and this system is flexible in relation to the  ... 
doi:10.30954/2230-7311.2.2020.9 fatcat:xno54gvj5jdqnhyj52noyywpti

Lifelong learning opportunities through MOOCs in India

Ritimoni Bordoloi, Prasenjit Das, Kandarpa Das
2020 AAOU Journal  
MOOCs particularly under SWAYAM, and it is a general study only.Practical implicationsIt is important to note that a new kind of transformation is currently being initiated across the world by encouraging  ...  However, in a country like India, the practical utility or the implementation of the online courses such as MOOCs is not so popular even at present, and it is only limited to a small section of the society  ...  It is important to take note of the fact that since 2016, through SWAYAM, the Indian Government intended to promote an internationalized system of education.  ... 
doi:10.1108/aaouj-09-2019-0042 fatcat:wivmljtj4nbt5bxbjsqdgblk5u

Content Based e-Learning and Mobile Application Platforms Through Information and Communication Technologies

Sunil Karamchandani
2019 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
Technology has to be integrated in the teaching learning process and thus be a part of Outcome Based Education.  ...  We propose three Content Based e-learning and Mobile Application platforms that have taken roots in the Indian Education system and spread its wings in both rural and urban institutes.  ...  NMEICT is a perfect example of how e-learning is integrated with classroom teaching.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/ermas2018/26978 fatcat:4biyprinirfr3i3uaij3lu5onu

MOOCs: Changing Trend Towards Open Distance Learning with Special Reference to India
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Faizul Nisha, V. Senthil
2015 DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology  
This study provides an overview about massive open online courses (MOOCs), about how technology has changed over the years the face of distance learning and how relevant and beneficial these courses might  ...  With little efforts by the government of India, online education can successfully reach every individual.  ...  It is expected that SWAYAM is going to use OpenEdx as its MOOCs platform.  ... 
doi:10.14429/djlit.35.2.8191 fatcat:jeldnfcg45cmrdrs5soauny5zm

As the Medium and Sub-culture: Rethink the MOOC's Explorations in the Liberal Arts in a University From the Perspectives of Social Epistemology

KAN Wei
2019 Journal of Literature and Art Studies  
For this reason the researcher suggests focusing attention on three features of MOOC phenomenology: MOOCs as a social epistemology-an active policy initiative to promote greater democratization of education  ...  It intends to define a research agenda into the social epistemology impact of MOOCs, in order to reflect on changes in academic sub-culture and on learning measurement among students in university.  ...  The Arabic-language platform, Edraak, backed by the Queen Rania Foundation of Jordan, is approaching one million users; India launched its official MOOC platform, Swayam, with six million users, while  ... 
doi:10.17265/2159-5836/2019.08.014 fatcat:c2nu7nunejglpokbqz4rx4k66i

Perception towards online/blended learning at the time of Covid-19 pandemic: an academic analytics in the Indian context

Ritimoni Bordoloi, Prasenjit Das, Kandarpa Das
2021 AAOU Journal  
of India, and it is a general study only.  ...  The paper is original because it explores the current state of online/blended learning in a developing country like India to provide a practical and realistic vision of a new way of learning in the post-Covid  ...  MOOCs provided by SWAYAM.  ... 
doi:10.1108/aaouj-09-2020-0079 fatcat:5paxy25adnezrnzzvesgbfx6hm

ROLE OF MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES IN INDIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM

Sonal Pathak, Associate Professor, Faculty of Computer Applications Manav Rachna Internatonal Institute of Research and Studies, Faridabad.
2019 International Journal of Advanced Research  
Some key issues related to MOOCs considering Higher Education system and its utilization by potential education market of India have been discussed.  ...  A MOOC, with its ability to enroll concurrently very large numbers of learners, has the potential to make available access to equitable learning experiences for participants across systems and locations  ... 
doi:10.21474/ijar01/9144 fatcat:3iaiporj6beqlatubotquh4ihe

Online Subjective Examination a Student Perspective [chapter]

Madhav A. Kankhar, Department of Computer Science & Information Technology, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad (MS), India, C. Namrata Mahender
2021 SCRS CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS ON INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS  
Online education has become an integral part today mostly due to theCOVID-19 scenario. Teaching, learning and evaluating are the main component of online education system.  ...  In examination online education also place very vital role.  ...  and learning outcomes in MOOCs SWAYAM (India) Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds abbreviated as SWAYAM, it is a programmed originated by Government of India and designed towards  ... 
doi:10.52458/978-93-91842-08-6-21 fatcat:pdouqwt75jexbhzcy2yq6t2nu4

MOOCs in India:Yet to Shine

Rupak Chakravarty, Jaspreet Kaur
2016 Zenodo  
India is in fact second largest user country of MOOCs, following US being at number one. Recognising the same, MOOCs gained momentum in India too.  ...  Education has undergone an unprecedented change since ancient times. As a latest development Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are emerging all over the globe.  ...  Considering how beneficial a MOOC can be, we still cannot claim it as a replacement to traditional system of education.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2533897 fatcat:oupm3bhk4rfhtanncfnxwrygki

Analyzing The Shifting Trends Of Education From Traditional Teaching To The Open Teaching- An Empirical Study With Special Reference To The Massive Open Online Course [Mooc]

Pawan Kalyani
2017 Zenodo  
It is an online content with certification and many course providers are there in India and internationally to fulfill the need.  ...  The author in this research paper is trying to analyze different aspects of teaching the shifting trends from "classroom teaching" to the "open courseware" in reference to the MOOC, to make the understanding  ...  The growth of tuition centers in a country like India where the tradition education style is deep rooted from the ancient times from the time of "Gurukul" education system does it reflects something, a  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.344947 fatcat:ahhr6bsbefdtjpljh6x5tyyqia

E-governance Framework to Measure Digital Competence of HEIs in India

Neera Chopra
2019 European Scientific Journal  
Information on how most Universities have integrated ICT and to what stage is lacking. Nevertheless, some studies indicate differences in the level of the use of ICT among HEIs.  ...  The expected result will be of interest to policymakers and academicians in the field of Higher Education in India.  ...  ICT in its various aspects and its efficacy as an integrated system.  ... 
doi:10.19044/esj.2019.v15n11p181 fatcat:coxeniofbra4vci57celhujaqu

Reaching Out to the World Via Campus Wide Implementation of Moocs in Indian Education System

2019 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
First part of paper, critically examine the education system and MOOCs in India. Next part of the paper throws light on campus wise implementation of MOOCs in India.  ...  In the last part, authors discuss about future prospects of MOOCs in India and how MOOCs can train the teachers and how teachers can effectively deliver the quality education.  ...  Integration of MOOCs with regular education will make it expensive. III.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.d9040.118419 fatcat:xhejqgr6qjf2jh5cubtmwwrfsm

A Systematic Review of Online Learning during COVID-19 Crisis: An Indian Experience

Rouf Ahmad Bhat, Sanjay Kumar, Arshad Ahmad Najar, Anita Deshpande
2021 Scholedge International Journal of Multidisciplinary & Allied Studies ISSN 2394-336X  
This situation challenged the education system across the world and forced educators to shift to an online mode of teaching overnight.  ...  In India educational institutions are currently grounded only on traditional methods of learning, they follow the traditional arrangements of face-to-face learning methods in a classroom.  ...  In India SWAYAM portal is an interesting educational platform that is initiated by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), the Government of India to achieve three important objectives of educational  ... 
doi:10.19085/sijmas080301 fatcat:uu6txeizvjeivdiwaj5z7if2dy

Adoption of Digital Technology in Education with special reference to Tamilnadu [article]

K. Natarajan
2020 Zenodo  
Article discuss about how various digital technologies are adopted in education in Tamilnadu  ...  The government runs a very large part of our education system. They must adopt digital education and make the platform, content and methods available to every school.  ...  Government of India Initiatives in e -learning system To ensure continuation of learning, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) in India is offering its digital platforms to education institutions  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6330805 fatcat:fp2d2grvpzcu5lacj6cp7pfbfy

"Teoria e ricerca nelle Scienze Sociali", volumen I de la "Antologia di Scienze Sociali"

Ada D'Aloja, Società Editrice Il Mulino, Societa Editrice Il Mulino
1963 Revista Mexicana de Sociología  
For this reason we suggest focusing attention on three features of MOOC phenomenology: MOOCs as a social movement -an active policy initiative to promote greater democratization of education; MOOCs as  ...  Questioning the MOOC phenomenon according only to pedagogies and learning theories means, however, underestimating their impact on the evolution of educational systems.  ...  The Arabic-language platform, Edraak, backed by the Queen Rania Foundation of Jordan is approaching 1 million users, India launched its official MOOC platform, Swayam, with 6 million users, while the Chinese  ... 
doi:10.2307/3538587 fatcat:drrnkq23zzbqbkxxouhmzo34ca
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