Blended Learning in Libraries

Blended Learning is set up in Libraries in two different modes through 'e-Classrooms'.

(i). Individual learning mode (librarian guides a student on one-to-one basis)

(ii). Group mode (librarian guides a group of students, as a class)

Depending on the available infrastructure, the librarian asks each student to work separately on a computer or guides a group of students on a single computer system

Librarian’s role:

Librarian’s role includes:

● Selecting a topic for an individual learner or the group (class)

● Exposing learners to e-content (more visual and interactive) provided through the e-classroom to trigger interest and build concept clarity about the topic

● Encouraging learners to find and read books related to the topic and refer back to the e-content to clarify any doubts

● Ensuring students follow the instructions given in the Classwork (assignments within e-classroom)

● Checking the work done by students and attaching the Good, Average and Weak students’ work and Turning/Handing in their work (within the e-classroom)

● Interacting and facilitating the delivery of Classwork (within e-Classroom provided by IndiaEschool)