E-QUAL : An international project to enhance the links between India HE and King’s

E-QUAL is the name of a four-year long international collaborative project that members of the CTEL team have been engaged in over the last 12 months. Its full title is ‘Enhancing quality, access and governance of undergraduate education in India’ and it has been the outcome of the College delegation initiatives that visited India in 2012 and has been funded under the ‘Support to Indo – European Interactions on Higher Education’ European initiative. The project overall co-ordinator is the British Council of India and the partnership consists of key Indian higher education institutions and two European partners: King’s College London and the University of Bologna.

The overall objective of the project is to enhance the quality, access and governance of undergraduate education, through the promotion of Indo- EU Higher Education partnerships and collaborations. In the partnership, we are planning to do that by:

1) facilitating the exchange of best practice, experience and knowledge in undergraduate teaching and learning using technology enhanced learning approaches relevant to India’s context;

2) supporting the governance and management of student learning through strengthening student participation; and

3) promoting the use of open source and technology enhanced educational resources in Indian universities to enable wider access to high quality undergraduate education. Continue reading

My recent India trip

I was recently invited to present some of my thinking (about TEL) to the Indian National Conference on the use of Technology in Higher Education. The event was organised on behalf of the Government of India ‘Ministry of Human Resource Development’ and the ‘Planning Commission Government of India’. My invitation came from the British Council (India)

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