Graphics, images in electronic content to help develop student curiosity | Bhopal News

Bhopal: Electronic content will prove useful in developing students’ curiosity. To achieve this, e-content creators will need to pay particular attention to the use of royalty-free graphics and images in presenting their subject matter. Dr. Chandan Gupta, director of the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya Educational Multimedia Research Center, said this in an e-content online training.
Dr. Priyanka Onkar, Assistant Professor of Geology, Government Adarsh ​​Girls College, Sheopur, gave important insights regarding the use of 3D graphics, royalty free images, to create engaging video lectures. Dr. Ajit Singh, Assistant Professor of Botany, gave insights on how the subject can be made smooth using audio-video editing tools while Dr. Rashmi Mishra, Assistant Professor, NITTTR Bhopal, familiarized the trainees with the importance of the script in video recording.

As part of the National Education Policy-2020, more than 800 e-content modules related to first-year undergraduate courses were created last year.
In the 2022-23 academic session, a new course is also implemented in the second year of study, for which electronic content must be created.
As part of the faculty development program, lectures in electronic and video content are being prepared according to the new curriculum of 40 major subjects at the undergraduate level from May 23.
For this, online training is provided to selected subject matter experts from state government colleges. Within this framework, training is provided to approximately 1,300 professors in two phases and selected nodal officers at the divisional level to prepare electronic content, PPTs and video lectures.

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