By 2030, MOOCs shall provide an effective ecosystem for meeting the online educational needs of over 20 million distance learners in the country.
To engineer a MOOC-based educational system that shall be democratic, equitable, scalably networked, dis-aggregated, decentralized and glocalized, with well defined linkages to the traditional education system, wider community and economy.
- Set up the necessary infrastructure and tools
- Nationwide community resources and connectivity including NMEICT and NKN
- Content Management Systems
- High quality digital content
- MOOC Platforms and Apps
- Shared services and LABs for physical support
- Services network (for paid service providers)
- Learning Analytics and Educational Data systems
- Set up internal systems, structures and policy
- National Learning Corporation
- Chief Learning Officer for India and states
- Research and Entrepreneurship Programs, specially rural entrepreneurs for Education
- 500 PhDs in Online Learning
- Focus on implementation (teacher/assessor kits and communities) – adoption tied to performance
- Policy that allows Government and NG/Commercial operations in this space
- Bridge to Degrees – allow credits transfer & recognition from MOOC to traditional and v.v.
- Employer incentives and Government recognition of MOOC credits/programs for government jobs
- Guidelines for grievance redressal, action against low quality and non-binding guidelines/standards
- Build internal capability for adoption and maximizing the potential of this medium through focused community building, strong audit programs and motivational incentives