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Monday, May 15 • 11:45 - 12:25
Digital inclusion of young aspirants LIMITED

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In the field of education, with convergence of web, entertainment, and mobile devices, the focus on learning content has shifted from text-based to multimedia content. Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, held that the web would be driven by fast and personalized applications, accessible from any fixed or mobile device.

At Anudip Foundation we believe in the power of multimedia content that is accessible from multiple devices from any location. We also believe that use of technology helps us to reach and impact the lives of marginalized communities.

Anudip’s technology platform, Digital Inclusion of Young Aspirants, DIYA, uses innovative technologies to resolve poor connectivity through offline server syncing, and capture student information including all documents, payments, course progression and assessment, acquisition of new skills, matched placement opportunities, interviews and job details. Large amounts of captured data are managed to offer analytics for management, process improvement, and courseware evolution.

To build DIYA, in addition to in-house platform development, Anudip has leveraged open source Moodle technology, customized its interactive multimedia Learning Management System, and integrated it with the DIYA student lifecycle management system. This approach addresses challenges of traditional teaching, keeping the best part (the human touch) in a blended learning model that allows cost-effective skill development at scale. This model has been found to be more effective than traditional MOOCS platforms, which face the challenge of high dropout rates.

This presentation will demonstrate how Anudip's blended learning model helps bring more engagement, curiosity, learning efficiency, and tracking abilities for its students. It shows Moodle-powered mobile apps keep students immersed in content, and allows them to self-learn from anywhere, anytime, through any device.

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avatar for Dr. PS Gohil

Dr. PS Gohil

Manager, Software Development, Anudip Foundation
Dr. PS has led Anudip's student management platform development since June 2015. Previously, he held teaching positions in Computer Science at the College for Advanced Computer & Information Technology, conducting undergraduate and post-graduate level university courses for stude... Read More →


Monday May 15, 2017 11:45 - 12:25
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