Mainstreaming Use and Adaptation of Open Educational Resources in Indian Higher Education: A Model
Open Educational Resources (OER) have emerged as one of the most innovative teaching and learning practices. In India, there have been several sporadic attempts to promote the use of OER, directly or indirectly, by launching policies such as Digital India and ICT in Education. Nevertheless, a culture of contributing to OER and integrating the use of OER in educational transactions in both face-to-face instruction and distance education remains at an initial stage. Teachers are key stakeholders in use and adaption of OER, and hence a need to understand how teachers’ predispositions and espoused views about pedagogical practices and innovations determine their OER practices. / Poster ID 105
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Mishra, Sanjaya (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2016-12-20)Presented by Dr. Sanjaya Mishra, Education Specialist - eLearning, Commonwealth of Learning, at the research dissemination workshop on open educational resources (organised by the Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for ...
Mishra, Sanjaya (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2014-11-06)Transcript from a Public Lecture at Krishna University, India, 6 November 2014. By Sanjaya Mishra, Ph.D., Director, CEMCA, Commonwealth of Learning.
Mishra, Sanjaya (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2013-02-20)Keynote Presentation: Sub-Theme 3: Research In Open and Flexible Distance Learning, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai, India, India-Canada International Conference on Open and Flexible Distance Learning, 20 - 22 February ...