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Ring Back Tones to Livelihood Changing face of MPlatform Services: Indian Experience
Bollywood more often then not, is the fulcrum of change in the Indian sub continent. It remains a trend setter, be it for personal likes and dislikes or the ambition of being the Super hero in real life. It has had an ...
OERScout: Widening Access to OER through Faceted Search
In recent years, the Open Educational Resources (OER) movement has achieved considerable success within the academic community with respect to advocacy of the concept. As a result, many organisations such as the Commonwealth ...
OERScout: Autonomous Clustering of Open Educational Resources
(Asian Association of Open Universities, 2012)
The Open Educational Resources (OER) movement has gained momentum in the past few years. With this new drive towards making knowledge open and accessible, a large number of OER repositories have been established and made ...
Open Course Creation by Learners: A Way Forward in Agriculture Education
Reaching out to the potential learners in agriculture with quality content is a great challenge and thereby requires innovations and technology in content development, management, and delivery. Use of innovations and ...
MOOC in developing countries: a case study from India
There is a growing interest in MOOCs in many developing countries. Let me take one example from India. Earlier this year, a MOOC on software architecture and cloud computing was conceptualized and offered for six weeks ...
Fostering Community Preparedness to Cope with Drought: new initiatives and results from a study involving ODL and ICT from South Central India
Drought has emerged as a key concern in the context of climate variability induced by Climate Change processes and over a billion people are vulnerable, according to UN estimates. Drought preparedness is recognized as the ...