E-Library with Learning Resources, Tools and More Launched by East Delhi Civic Body – Edexlive

All about the e-library | (Photo: Edexlive)

To enhance and promote digital learning in schools, East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) has launched an e-library for both teachers and students. It is through the joint efforts of EDMC and the Tech Mahindra Foundation that the establishment of this electronic library has been made possible.

It was Vikas Anand, Commissioner, EDMC, who inaugurated the e-library on Monday, January 24, according to a report by Hindustan Times. These are faculty members from in-service teacher training institutes, teacher mentors from society and the Tech Mahindra Foundation who have come together as a team during the pandemic to gather resources for this e-library.

“We have launched an electronic library of learning resources for teachers and students. The e-library was developed by the Department of Education with the help of the Tech Mahindra Foundation,” said EDMC Commissioner Vikas Anand, according to a report by Hindustan Times. He went on to inform that the electronic library offers educational resources, worksheets and audio-visual learning tools for elementary school students.

Moreover, the e-library will also contain materials for students in the form of videos, audio files and worksheets in various subjects such as Hindi, English, Mathematics and Social Studies for Primary Grades, and Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE). Related Resources.

Login credentials for the e-library will be shared soon.

Also, the Department of Education developed separate websites for each school and this was done as part of the new Management Information System (MIS) lab. “The school website contains information related to online courses, student and employee data, and information related to the infrastructure of a particular school. Any citizen can view the details of any school at any time through the online services provided by EDMC. All websites are updated regularly. As part of the MIS Lab, online courses are delivered and recorded for future use. Departmental IDs allow us to monitor the duration and number of students joining online courses,” said EDMC spokesperson Rakesh Gupta.


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