We invite community members engaged with the LiDA103 Hindi translation initiative to introduce themselves. Let us know what you could possibly contribute to support the initiative.
In my capacity as New Zealand’s UNESCO - ICDE Chair in OER, I will promote liaison of this important initiative with UNESCO as part of the UNESCO OER Recommendation and look forward to working with you to support successful completion of the Hindi translation.
As the OER Foundation’s Open Source Technologist, I’m responsible for the systems used by the OERu to make our OER-based courses available to learners, and our collaboration systems (like this Discourse forum and our WikiEducator.org system) as well. I’m keen to assist in this process - I encourage anyone with questions about our technologies and support for “localisation” to ask me! I’m keen to learn more about how our ecosystem of open tools can better support Hindi-speaking learners!
I am a Learning and Teaching Specialist at Otago Polytechnic in New Zealand, working on a part-time secondment to the OERu. I am excited by the Hindi translation project and hope I can help contributors through my experience of using WikiEducator.
I am Anil Prasad from Kerala, India - a public servant and WikiEducator. Along with that I also write open fiction, poems and share thoughts on Management topics in public domain Hope to support this project using whatever I have learnt so far on wiki content generation.
It’s great to see one of our early WikiEducator India pioneers in the group. Your wiki experience and inspiring community skills will be a tremendous asset for this project.
Hello Friends, I am Ramesh Sharma. I teach at Ambedkar University Delhi, New Delhi, India where I am providing instructional design support to the faculty.
We are privileged to have an experienced online learning designer like yourself joining the team. I am also very appreciated of your leadership and support to work as convenor of the OERu Outreach Partners in this exciting project!
Dear Wayne, Thank you so much. I look forward to working on this exciting initiative. This has come at a very significant time when yesterday (29th July 2020) Govt of India released the New Education Policy 2020 wherein there is an important recommendation to create eContent in Regional Languages.
Hi Ramesh, That is an important endorsement for our efforts. The UNESCO OER recommendation also endorses the development of multilingual solutions as stated in the aims. Specifically:
"Fostering and facilitating international cooperation: supporting international cooperation between stakeholders to minimize unnecessary duplication in OER development investments and to develop a global pool of culturally diverse, locally relevant, gender-sensitive, accessible, educational materials in multiple languages and formats. "
Our efforts with the Hindi translation will provide valuable insights into developing processes we could replicate in the future to expand offerings in regional languages.
Thanks for sharing!
Hi everyone, I’m Savithri Singh. I’m keen on the Hindi translation project floated by Wayne. As CC Country Lead in India my first priority would be translate the CC licences/legal code. Rest will follow!
We are very pleased to have India’s Country Lead for Creative Commons joining this collaboration. Having Hindi versions of the licence deeds and legal code would add tremendous value for learners.
Your experience as one of the early WikiEducator community members will facilitate communication and collaboration among these community groups.
Hi… I am Parveen Sharma from India. I have been into Education and Teaching for more than 13 years and have learnt the innovative ways to impart learning to students. I am part of OERu and have been working, contributing to OERs by developing contents as well as MOOCs. I also train teachers into OERs and other ICT skills.
My LinkedIn profile is linkedin.com/in/parveenkumarsharma/
It is refreshing to see experienced colleagues in Education and Teaching from the OERu network joining this important initiative.
You skills and experience in OER, MOOCs and ICTs for teacher education will add tremendous value.
I am Nisha Singh from IGNOU, India. It is pleasure to join the group and work together. I am part of many faculty development programmes and work for building awareness of OER and encourage faculty members to contribute in regional languages.
It would be very good to work with experienced leaders and contributors in fields from India.
I am an instructional designe. I had ranslated & published padagogy wheel in Hindi, Gujrati and Tamil languages. It will be my pleasure if I get chance to contribute in Hindi translation for this initiative. Thank you very much
Hello from Rajasthan (India),
I am a Ph.D. Research Scholar of Distance Education at STRIDE (IGNOU, New Delhi). I have previously served as an Assistant Professor of Media Studies and Lecturer of Mass communication and Journalism; and Journalist at DD News (Public Broadcaster of India), Hindustan Times, and other organisations. I have more than 8 years of work experience of Print, Television and Web Journalism including Teaching Experience.
My mother tongue/native language is Hindi. One of my subjects in Bachelor degree is Hindi Literature along with Public Administration and Geography. I have done PG Diploma in Hindi Journalism from IIMC (Ministry of I & B); Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication (M.J.M.C.), M.Phil., e.t.c.
LiDA103 - micro course (OERu, NZ) has been completed successfully and got a certificate of competency on 20 May 2020; and I have a certificate of completion in ‘Understanding Open Educational Resources’ (COL, Canada). I have been invited by Creative Commons to visit Lisbon, Portugal to attend the Creative Commons Global Summit 2019.
I am Sushumna Rao from Hyderabad India. I am an OER enthusiast / trainer. I always try to create awareness among people about OER and encourage them to build. My dream is to create awareness about OER and CC licence among Telugu ( my regional Language) teachers to build Telugu language OER. (telugutrunk.com). I would like to contribute to translations too!
Myself Dr.Amol Ubale ,I am Working as a Assistant Professor at PVDT COE,SNDT Womens University,Mumbai.currently I have 10 year experience in teaching field. great pleasure to being a part of OERu Community.
It is really nice to see Anil, Ramesh, and Savithri all in the same place again!