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					     National Seminar on
Governance of Higher Education


    ICT Integration
           in
   Higher Education

                  Prof. Vasudha Kamat
                  Vice Chancellor

                  SNDT Women’s
                  University
                                                   Agenda




 ICT and Twenty-first Century Skills

 Impact of ICT in Higher Education

 National Initiatives

 Institutional level e-Governance



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ICT and Twenty-first Century Skills




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                                                              ICTs

                                                     Information &
                                                     Communication
                                                     Technologies
                                                     (ICTs) comprise
                                                     many
                                                     technologies for
                                                     capturing,
                                                     interpreting,
                                                     storing and
                                                     transmitting
                                                     information

            ICT Transforming Education : Regional Guide
            http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0018/001892/189216e.pdf

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                                           21st Century Skills




     ICT Transforming Education : Regional Guide
     http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0018/001892/189216e.pdf

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                                     21st Century Skills


                  Learning and Innovation Skills


Students need to be prepared for increasingly
complex life and work environments in the
21st century.

   Creativity and Innovation
   Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
   Communication and Collaboration


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                                 21st Century Skills

                            Life and Career Skills



   Flexibility and Adaptability

   Initiative and Self-Direction

   Social and Cross-Cultural Skills

   Productivity and Accountability

   Leadership and Responsibility


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                                         21st Century Skills


               Information, Media & Technology Skills



To be effective in the 21st century, citizens
must be able to exhibit functional & critical
thinking skills:


 Information Literacy
 Media Literacy
 ICT Literacy

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                                                            Digital literacy


Clusters of skills that students (& teachers)
need in the digital age of the 21st century

   e-literacy
   Screen literacy
   Multimedia literacy
   ICT literacies
   Information literacy

       Nallaya, S. 2010. The Impact of Multi-modal Texts on the Development of
          English Language Proficiency. The University of Adelaide, Australia.

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                                      Digital literacy




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Impact of ICTs in Higher Education




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                ICT Impact Attributes in Education




 Brings positive changes in the social

   organization of the classroom; achieves

   higher student-centric focus and delivery

 Enhances teaching and learning through

   dynamic, interactive, and engaging content

 Develops, enriches, accelerates, and

   deepens student skills


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                ICT Impact Attributes in Education



 Relates classroom experience to work

  place, provide opportunity for connection

  between classroom and world

 Enhances learning opportunities and

  resources to the students and teachers

 Stimulates, motivates and sparks students’

  appetite for learning and helps to create a

  culture of success
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                                          Impact of ICT




    What is learned and how much

    How it is learned

    When it is learned

    From whom it is learned

    Who is learning

    What it costs


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              Impact of ICT on what is learned



 Conventional teaching has emphasised
  content.


 Teachers teach through lectures and
  presentations interspersed with tutorials


 Learning activities are designed to
  consolidate and rehearse the content.


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                 Impact of ICT on what is learned



 Contemporary settings encourage curricula

  that promote competency and performance.


 Curricula are now emphasising capabilities



 More concerned with how the information will

  be used than with what the information is


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                 Impact of ICT on how is learned


      Competency & performance-based curricula


 access to a variety of information sources;

 access to a variety of information forms and

  types;

 student-centred learning settings based on

  information access and inquiry;


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                 Impact of ICT on how is learned


      Competency & performance-based curricula



 learning environments centred on problem-

  centred and inquiry-based activities;


 authentic settings and examples;


 teachers as mentors rather than content expert


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                                      Framework for ICT Use




Categories for ICT in teacher training (adapted from Collis & Jung, 2003, p.176)

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                                                     Learning




There is no such thing as second person
learning, only first person learning!



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            ICTs in Learning & Teaching


                      Today’s Net Generation




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                        Processes of Teaching & Learning




Reflection                                                         Community Building
                E-portfolio
                                             Communication
                                                                 Blog
                              Assessment
                                                                               Service
                Clickers                   LMS                                learning
                                                                  Wiki
                                 Class             Content


                              Management
                                               Podcasting
    Group Projects                                                  Collaboration

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                         ICT Stages in Learning & Teaching




                                    Majumdar (2005).
http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/resources/online-materials/publications/unesdoc-database/


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            National Initiatives




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                                 National Initiatives




1. National Knowledge Network

2. National Mission on Education

   through ICT (NMEICT)




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                      National Knowledge Network


To connect all the knowledge and research institutions
(1500+) in the country. March 2010: Rs. 5990 Cr


 1. Countrywide Virtual Classroom
 2. Collaborative Research
 3. Virtual Library
 4. Sharing of Computing Resources
 5. Grid Computing
 6. Network Technology Test-bed
 7. e-Governance
                                                  http://nkn.in/index.php

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                                                              NMEICT


XI Plan: Rs. 4600 Cr



  1. E-Content generation

  2. Research in critical areas relating to

     imparting of education

  3. Connectivity for integrating our knowledge

     with the advancements in other countries

                       http://www.sakshat.ac.in/PDF/Missiondocument.pdf

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                Institutional level e-Governance




1. Digital Library

2. Data Centre

3. Mobile Technology (for Admin & Academic)

4. Learning Management System (e.g. Moodle)

5. Virtual Classroom




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                 Institutional level e-Governance




6.   Learning Resources Development Centre

7.   Intranet Portal

8.   Integrated Language Laboratory

9.   Open Educational resources Repository

10. Faculty Training Centre in ICT



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     vc@sndt.ac.in

vasudhak2000@gmail.com

				
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