Examineer.in allows you to create educational micro-content and assemble them together in the form of online quizzes and learning modules. We support various kinds of micro-contents. Apart from the most popular multiple-choice questions, you can also create fill-in the blanks and arrange items questions. All of this you can assemble into a quiz and deliver it to your class as a homework assignment, or an in-class quiz or exam.
Examineer.in is available to all the faculty at IISER Bhopal. One can access examineer.in only by invitation. You may request for an invite here
Configurable Studio is a place to invent pedagogy and stray away from traditional style teaching. The style and design of the Configurable Studio inspires design and innovation. It also encourages learning by providing an informal set-up for both students and teachers, ensuring that the exchange of ideas happen naturally. The classroom is well suited for active-cooperative learning. Moreover, its flexible technology, movable furnishing and 360 degrees of writable walls provides motivation for pedagogy innovation. Teachers can mold the classroom the way they want by changing the layout of the room and the technical set-up.
Find the way you love to teach at CREATES’ Configurable Studio.
Location : CREATES, 2nd Floor, Main Building (room number assignment is pending)
Capacity : Up to 40 (Moldable seating arrangement)
Displays : 65'' UHD 4K Displays on two walls (total 2 TVs)
Boards: 9 Whiteboards (markers and erasers provided)
Facilities: Classroom features an array of square tables with castors that can be moved around to change the classroom set-up according to the intended meeting/lecture. It also has chairs with castors which allows users to change their direction when required in this 360 degree classroom. The classroom boasts a moldable design since all meetings don’t have the same requirements. There are two 65 inch Ultra High Definition Displays in the room, a video splitter and a 3-way video switch. The room features nine stunning glass boards of size 6’ X 4’ all around the walls so every table can reach to a writing space near them. For any assistance with equipments, seating arrangements and key access, please make a request to CREATES (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least 24 hours in advance (Monday to Friday).
The configurable studio is available for booking on first come first serve basis. You can book the classroom through the institute’s classroom booking system.
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Laboratory for Demonstrations, Media and Outreach (DEMO Lab) is a facility for pedagogical experiments and innovations. It provides basic infrastructure (hardware and software) for free-form innovation in education technology. The facility allows any member of the institute to explore their ideas for improving quality of education, create e-learning apps with faculty and student participation. It allows creative enthusiasts, either faculty or students, to get all facilities under one roof so that they can explore their ideas and implement them.
Student volunteers and interns are allotted space in the DEMO Lab for working on approved projects and ideas.
DEMO-Lab is shortly coming up with the following facilities:
Education Media Lab: a full suite of applications and a powerful workstation to create and process e-learning media
Poster printer (up to 42 inch wide) for creating static media with high quality graphics
In the modern world, with the amount of problems and their complexity increasing many fold, programming is a tool to get solutions to many problems. Thanks to computer programming we have a whole lot of things today that we can achieve with our computer. People who program can communicate with computers, which is becoming more and more important now that computers have a hand in almost everything. In an effort to educate more young people about computer programming, ProgAll: Programming for All initiative has been started by Prof. Kushal Kumar Shah.
ProgAll provides video tutorials for everyone who wants to learn computer programming. The videos explain programming in a way that is very easy to understand by anyone in college or even high school. The fact that the videos are made in Hindi language makes it available to more people in the country.
National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) is a project of MHRD initiated by seven Indian Institutes of Technology (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Guwahati and Roorkee) along with the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore in 2003, to provide quality education to anyone interested in learning from the IITs. The main goal was to create web and video courses in all major branches of engineering and physical sciences at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels and management courses at the postgraduate level.
This project is being coordinated by DR. Bharathwaj Sathyamoorthy., Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, IISERB