Knowledge Superpower: Education Technology Management and Information Technology Strategy DrR.C.Chhipa* and Prapti *Centre for Air & Water Modalling, Computer science and engg, School of Engineering Std Suresh Gyan Vihar University, Jaipur -302 025 Website: www.gyanvihar.org ; Email- firstname.lastname@example.org : email@example.com
ABSTRACT By increasing the access to information and augmenting the process of information exchange and thereby minimizing transaction cost, fast processing, information & communication technology (ICT) offers the potential to increase efficiency, productivity, competitiveness and growth in various business social life and education. The Education technology is so important and accompanying innovations technology and that therefore it has profound influence on human sustainability an economy. Comprehend the manifold ways in knowledge superpower ICT enabled education technology contribute more effectiveness in education technology. In the context of globalization, the ability to harness this technology can improves the capabilities as the new source of wealth is not harnessed the developing countries face the threat of further falling behind the developed countries, thereby accentuating the inequality across countries. In India there is an increasing awareness of the multiple roles of information technology in which ICT could play developmental role in empowering manpower of the country. Digital inclusion and Knowledge Management of education generates productivity through human resource mobilization.
Deliberately aim of information technology is to spread as widely privileged segments of society through which education Technology can be employed for effective teaching .E-education is more flexible, have need based academic programmes, learner group modular programmes and also flexible in term of place, pace & duration. Education technology bring a challenging task to make strong industrial base and successful commercialization of technologies and well socialization application because it have the qualities of self learning, face to face counseling and practical, Audio-video, teleconferencing and radio and interactive radiocounselling,assignment and feedback and projects as instrumental methods of education. In addition educational organizations are also convinced of the potential role of IT on the socio-economic transformation. A number of initiatives towards harnessing ICT for increase the literacy and increase the technical manpower Effective and integrated studies support service network, resource sharing, mobilizations and networking. Accordingly, technical manpower of many folds can be increased in varied professional courses and specifically of private institutions which are well equipped institutions. Education technology can organize training courses and provide technical assistance to administrators, managers and technical experts who can then fabricate and sustain the various professional programs.
Digital inclusion (DI) as e-Education to meet complexity and deliberate over the latest for policy developments for teaching techniques , have aimed at not only to deliver information and communication technology ( ICT ) but also access targeted groups and provide various types of support for learning and capacity building in India . For effective education technology IT Strategies must be employed to make participants aware and understand Value Creation through digital inclusion, to make participants understand the concept of DI based systems applications, to acquaint tools, techniques and information to conceptualize, to implement such innovative programmes in the area of digital inclusion and their management Training for trainers is also undertaken so that they can formulate projects, implement and manage them. Today's technological advancements have developed more efficient means of harnessing and using e-resources which judiciously gaining popularity. They offer us alternatives...
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