Faculty and students are increasingly reliant on ICT enabled tools for effective teaching-learning process.
While these were earlier used to supplement classroom pedagogy, these became the dominant mode and tools for effective teaching learning process during
the lockdown necessitated by the pandemic Covid 19. ICT enabled technology includes hardware and software along with online platforms for video conferencing.
The online platforms used for classes, meetings, webinars and special talks etc were Zoom, Webex, Google meet and Google classrooms.
The well-equipped ICT Centre caters to the e-curriculum requirements of computer practical for various courses in the college. Alongside,
the centre also runs a dedicated general purpose computer lab where faculty, students and staff can utilize computing facilities at their convenience.
The general-purpose lab provides a heterogeneous environment with Windows 7, Mac OS X and Linux Operating System. The Centre also provides a secure Wi-Fi network to all the students,
staff and faculty members of the college. Besides providing hardware and software support, it also offers training and upgradation of ICT skills to the faculty.
The MAC E learning team launched the eLearning Platform Moodle in January 2019 on the college website in order to augment the conventional teaching-learning process
and promote blended learning in the college. Students and faculty members are encouraged to use the platform through various programs initiated by the e learning team.
In collaboration with MAC-IQAC, the MAC e-learning team comprising of Dr Arun Julka, Dr Maneesha, Dr Praveen Kant Pandey and Dr Soma Garg organized a one-week Faculty Development
Program on 'e learning and Digital Content Creation' for faculty members during January14-28, 2020. The FDP was an attempt to experience how
ICT enabled educational technologies can be used to enhance teaching and learning and hone teaching skills. The program enabled the faculty to share
useful resources (reading material, videos, articles etc.), create online quizzes, create online assignments, share teacher's own videos/notes, share online books,
create online question bank, create online Discussion Forum,
share previous year examination papers with marking scheme on VLE@MAC and to take attendance online, etc.
A 5-day Webinar was also organised by the MAC elearning team and MAC IQAC on 'eLearning Technologies' for faculty members of college in line with 'Bharat Padhe Online'
campaign started by UGC. The program was organized to ensure productive use of the lockdown period in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The webinar was conducted in collaboration with Guru Angad Dev Teaching and Learning Centre, MHRD to promote ICT for teaching learning process under PMMMNMTT
Scheme (Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching) from April 18 -22, 2020. 45 teachers participated in a series of workshops and 43 completed it successfully.
The program covered topics on Learning Management System, Moodle platform and Content Creation. During the webinar, the MAC elearning team provided hands-on sessions on
MAC eLearning Portal to faculty members so that they could fully utilise the robust learning management
system with an aim to change the way we teach and make a difference
The college also offers access to links to ICT enabled tools and platforms for effective teaching learning process. Given below are few of these sites: