The e-Learning Centre, University of Hyderabad (UoH) and Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA), New Delhi have jointly conducted Advanced Workshop on “Moodle enabled e-Course Development” during 06-07 April, 2018 for 15-20 UoH faculty. It was conducted under COL-CEMCA-UoH project on “Designing Integrated Education Model for HEIs in India: An Action-Outcome Study of UoH (2017-2020)”.

This workshop is continuation to the four-day workshop on “e-Course Development using OER for Quality Learning” which was conducted during 06-09 Dec, 2017 for 30 faculty of our University which has enabled them to develop e-Content for some of the courses and encouraged some of the faculty to use technology in their pedagogy.The present workshop is advanced training programme (Workshop) conducted  for 20 faculty from different disciplines to equip the teachers of University Hyderabad with the skills required to develop and deliver eCourses with multimedia content; individual and collaborative learning activities; and assessments through Moodle.

It was conducted in hands-on training mode and learning by doing The faculty have actively participated in the workshop. The workshop dealt with the topics such as funding OER in multimedia, Question Bank and Question types, creating MCQs, creating and awarding badges and managing grade book

Prof. B.P.Sanjay, Pro Vice-Chancellor, University of Hyderabad at the inaugural session of the workshop

Inaugurating the workshop Prof. B. P. Sanjay, Pro Vice-Chancellor has mentioned on the conflict between traditional and technology enabled pedagogy. He also said that in view of the shift in paradigm of teaching and learning, there may be required to bring changes in the University system also.

Welcoming the participants Prof.J.Prabhakar Rao, Director, e-Learning Centre has narrated the latest initiatives and future activities of the Centre. Dr. Indira Koneru Faculty Member, e-Learning Department, IFCAI was the main resource person for the workshop

 

Resource Person Dr. Indira Koneru at the workshop

 

Participants  at the workshop

 

UoH faculty having hands-on training at the workshop

 

It was decided that each of these trainees will train the faculty in respective Schools/Departments/Centres  apart from designing Online Courses. Prof. J.Prabhakar Rao, Director, e-Learning Centre had distributed the certificates to the participants.

 

Prof.Rekha Pande, Head, Centre for History/Women’s Studies receiving participation certificate from Prof.J.Prabhakar Rao, Director, e-Learning Centre

 

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