Faculty Development Program on Creating and Publishing Online Courses/Video Lectures and Interactive E-Content.

Online Course Demo
February 26 - March 7, 2021
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM

*Holiday on February 28 (Sunday)

Most Awaited Faculty Development Program

E-Content Creation

With the transition of teaching learning to online mode, E-content is gaining popularity among learners and educators and has become an essential skill for all faculties and educators for taking their teachings online and educate better with digital tools.


Students and Learners are more inclined to find the education and learning resources on internet and the recent acceleration in the online learning and teaching has given boost to the popularity of E-content development and MOOC’s have been the driving part of online learning content. With plethora of digital tools and services the education can be taken to a next level for making content that gives students an easy to grasp informative content. This FDP is designed with the objective to keep the educators and faculty with the pace of growing trends in education.

To Learn
From this FDP

  1. E-Content for Active learning in Classes
    – Making Engaging Presentations
    – Lessons with Student’s Interactivity for Active Learning and better retention
  2. Designing Structure for your MOOC
    – Planning out course structure for better understanding of learner
    – Gathering Resources required for course creation
    – Planning the courses Pedagogically
  3. Recording Course/Video Lecture
    – Different Methods of Course/Lecture Recording
    – Creating a setup for recording course
    – Recording your Course/Lecture
  4. Editing Video to Create the Course/MOOC
    – Making Required Editing in the Video using Open Source tools
    – Using Basic Animations in the MOOC
  5. Streaming Live and Publishing
    – Streaming and Publishing on different Platforms like Own Website, YouTube, Facebook etc.
  6. Using a Learning Management System (Moodle as LMS)
    – Using Moodle to Organize Classes and Teach Students

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