Wednesday, December 16, 2015

A National Consultation on "OER for Inclusive Development: Identifying Challenges, Addressing Opportunities A National Consultation on Open Educational Resources" was held at Convention Centre, Jawahar lal Nehru University, New Delhi on 1st and 2nd Dec. 2015. The consultation was jointly organized by UNESCO, JNU and CEMCA,

Dr. Jeetendra Pande, Assistant Professor- School of Computer Science & IT represented Uttarakhand Open University as a panelist and submitted recommendations and suggestive actions on the theme adapting existing Institutional OER policies.A total of 150 participants including OER experts, pracititioners and content developers from different parts of India participated in the consultation.

Faculty Members


Prof. Durgesh Pant
Director
School of Computer Science & IT



Dr. Jeetandra Pande
Assistant Professor


Balam Singh Dafouti
Academic Associate


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Computing & Information Technologies have brought about a tremendous metamorphosis in the world, we live in.  In fact, no other technology has had such an indelible impact on the human society.
Indeed, technology happens to be the biggest enabler in this webified world. The fusion of technologies provides solutions to address the issues of asymmetry, disparities, inequalities that exist in the world today.
The school is precisely working to address this asymmetry by reaching out to people with its academic programmes. The school functions on the premise of bridging the gap between digital haves and have-nots through its delivery of qualitative, cost-effective tech-education. The school works to ensure a level playing field to one and all through what we at the school call as ‘INCLUSIVE COMPUTING’. We know for certain that the time-ahead demands ‘inclusive computing’ and we are also empowering women, disadvantaged groups of people in the far flung hilly areas of this state.