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Online Teaching & Learning

Date : 06.05.2020



Online teaching–learning for the benefit of the students of the university

The departments and colleges of the University of Delhi are conducting online teaching- learning from the third week of March onwards and there has been considerable enhancement of the quantum of students availing this facility over this period of time, across the departments and colleges, which is encouraging. However, it has been noticed that there is a need to further strengthen and augment this exercise in the greater benefit of the students.

The Covid-19 task force of the university appeals to the departments and colleges to carry out interactive, online teaching in all the courses in the ongoing semesters with heightened intensity. Some of the tools for this purpose are Google Hangout, Google Meet, Google Classroom, Microsoft teams, Zoom* and Discord. This will help students understand the course contents better and provide them an opportunity to clear their doubts. In addition, the basic teaching material as per the syllabus of the courses may please be provided on the College and Department websites so that the students can study, prepare well for their future endeavor and make the best of the loss of classroom activities.

DUCC may be contacted in case of any problems or queries with regard to online teaching-learning process.

Wish you all good health and pray you stay safe.

The Covid-19 Task Force Members, DU

*Note: Before use of ZOOM, please see the CyCord, MHA, GoI Advisory attached with this.

Online Platforms for Teaching

To provide learning support to students, Google Services are integrated with our DU domain, including our mails etc. Two of their major apps viz. Google Classes and Google Hangout have been integrated. All of us can use these services to teach the students.

Following are the inks of user guides for basic know how and to conduct classes online.

Google Classroom User Guide
Google Hangouts Tutorial

There are many video based collaboration services available e.g. webex, Zoom, Loom, Skype etc. Google has both the component and it is free for education.  
These services are now very well integrated with your DU email account, just login and click on the top right (multi dot icon) and you will get multiple apps and these two services are listed there. 
Please use following link to proceed:
Please use the following:
1. Google Classroom: It works like LMS (learning management system), you can share any type of document (doc, ppt, pdf etc.), create assignments, share links, conduct online test (assessment). You can create multiple classes as per your requirement.
2. Hangout: This service is for the live video interaction with your students. You can run this along with the google classroom or as per your requirement and convenience. Here also you can share multiple things (including your laptop/mobile screen) with your students along with your live video.
3. And of course you can use your DU emails here.

NMEICT Initiatives by MHRD

Please follow these links for Study (UG and PG) and Research