Center for Technology Enabled learning
NIT Meghalaya







Recording Room


Center for Technology Enabled learning

About

The fantastic growth of Information technology (IT) over the last few decades has changed almost every part of our daily life. In order to exploit the technology to benefit our society in a major way, it is necessary to devote time and attention to engineering, expansion, as well as spreading of quality education in related areas. As part of a national initiative from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, the present endeavor has been mainly towards providing the required infrastructure and connectivity to the institutions of higher education like IITs and NITs. The objective is to create and manage a rich pool of digital resources and utilize them to provide quality certification programmes and courses, which can be used by the universities as well as government and non-government organizations.

In its quest to make quality higher education accessible to the masses, the Government of India has been very keen to use the technological resources that are being developed to achieve the mission. As a major step in this direction, it had launched the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NMEICT) in 2009 to allow eminent teachers and experts in the country to pool their collective wisdom for the benefit of every Indian individual who is willing to learn. This will greatly help in reducing the digital divide, which has traditionally plagued our society. In addition to quality content generation, the mission also aims to promote research in critical areas relating to imparting education to the masses.

In the present context, it has been felt that there is a need to extend the reach of the mission to the north-eastern states of the country where reachability of quality higher education is severely hampered due to unfriendly terrains, societal orientations, etc. As the first step in this direction, the Centre for Technology Enabled Learning (TEL) has been set up in the NIT Meghalaya Campus, which will allow teachers to develop content, spread awareness in various regions of the north-east, and join the national initiative in a big way. The Centre strives to become the gateway of the north-east to achieve the goals of the national mission.

A state-of-the-art studio has been set up in the centre where facilities for both content creation and content distribution are being provided. Faculty members of the Institute as well eminent experts from other institutions and organizations are being approached to develop technically high-quality video contents, which will be made available to the students through on-line streaming technology. Through this studio, faculty members of NIT Meghalaya and also neighboring Institutes can participate in developing contents and directly assist in national initiatives like NPTEL and SWAYAM.


Center for Technology Enabled learning

Staff

Dr. Kamalika Datta

Professor-in-Charge

Email: kdatta@nitm.ac.in, Phone: +91-9485177056

Mr. Sanju Mizar

Technical Assistant

Email: sanjumizar7@gmail.com, Phone: 9774508728/7005421484












Center for Technology Enabled learning

Activities

During the short period of its existence, the Centre for Technology Enabled Learning (CTEL) has taken up initiatives towards fulfilling its short-term and long-term objectives. Some of the main activities that have been taken up include:

  • Develop in-house video contents by faculty members of NIT Meghalaya. The developed contents will be initially made available as streaming contents over the Institute Intranet.
  • Invite experts from other institutes and organizations to assist CTEL in developing high quality contents, which will also be made available over the Intranet.
  • Take initiative in integrating the academic ecosystem of NIT Meghalaya with national initiatives like NPTEL and SWAYAM. Since the last semester, all the Engineering Departments have been asked to allow undergraduate students in their third and fourth years of study to credit one of the courses offered by NPTEL, with suitable credit transfer as required. CTEL is in close touch with the NPTEL hub at IIT Kharagpur regarding this initiative.

Center for Technology Enabled learning

Equiptments

PANASONIC LED SCREEN DISPLAY (80”Inch)
BLACK WHITE BOARD

Description

Powerful User-Friendly Whiteboard
  • Built-in Quick-start Whiteboard Does Not Require a Connected PC
  • Colour Universal Design for Whiteboard Makes All Colours Clearly Distinguishable for People with Colour-Vision Defects
  • Convenient Floating Menu Bar Streamlines Operation
  • Draw Straight or Freehand Lines, Change Line Thickness, Colour, and Background with Simple Tool Palette
  • Intuitive Operation with Precision 12-point Touch Sensor
  • Write and Draw on Media Transmitted from External Devices, Including Video and Still Images
System Flexibility and Additional Features
  • Plays Full HD Video, Still Images, and Digital Documents from USB Storage Devices
  • DIGITAL LINK Transmits Uncompressed Full HD Video, Audio, and Control Commands Through a Single CAT 5e Cable for Up to 100 m (328 ft)
  • Compatible with Crestron Connected Automation and Control Software
  • Supports Connection of a Second Display or Projector via VGA Cable
  • Customizable Connectivity with Optional SLOT2.0 Terminal Boards
  • Anti-Glare Screen Surface for Clear Visibility in Bright Ambient Light
  • Picture-in-Picture Functions Display Images from Multiple Sources Simultaneously (Includes Picture-in-Whiteboard Mode)
MA240 AUDIO MIXING AMPLIFIER
Lumens™ VC-A50P Camera

Description

The revolutionary 19” MA240 mixing amplifier offers 240 watts in 70 or 100 volt mode and comes with 2 mic/line input and 4 stereo line, mono summed inputs. On the rear you can find smart left-to-right 4 level priority system for audio routing, an emergency input, paging mic with chime and a 24VDC override output. The MA240 has an unseen intuitive user friendly interface and ground breaking logical rear panel. Installing or operating this amplifier is a true pleasure for every installer and end-user worldwide.

The Lumens™ VC-A50P HD Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) IP camera is equipped with a professional 1/2.8 inch image sensor with Full HD 1080p output at 60 fps. It’s power supplied through the Power over Ethernet (PoE) providing an economical and easy solution. The superior 20x optical zoom lens, excellent white balance, and exposure mode delivers a clear image even in low light or the extreme contrast of brightness and darkness in a lecture hall. The VC-A50P has different interfaces like Ethernet, HDMI, and 3G-SDI. It supports live broadcasting with MJPEG, H.264 / SVC format and further more its low-latency is less than 120ms. These features not only allow for simultaneous image outputs, they also result in the best image quality and is compatible with all video equipment. The camera covers a wide shooting angle and achieves high-speed, quiet, and precise positioning with smooth PTZ operations. The VC-A50P is applicable for lecture recording, videoconferencing, and live broadcasting.
Wide Range Pan/Tilt/Zoom Action Multiple Signal Interface The VC-A50P has a wide shooting area (pan angle from -170° to +170° ; tilt angle from -30° to +90°), as well as quiet, fast, and precise positioning movements.


Center for Technology Enabled learning

Videos Lectures


Center for Technology Enabled learning

Computer Science and Engineering Department



Center for Technology Enabled learning

Memristor

Introduction of Memristor

The series of lectures covered the basics of memristor technology and its applications in logic design. The first part of the lectures introduced the concept of memristor, its operational characteristics, and fabrication in crossbar array. The second part discussed various ways of implementing logic functions using memristors, with emphasis on crossbar mapping issues.

Faculty : Dr. Indranil Sen Gupta

Department of Computer Science and Engineering IIT Kharagpur

Memristor Basics

Brief Recap of Logic Design (MRL, AND, OR)

Imply and Magic


Center for Technology Enabled learning NIT Meghalaya

Computer Organization & Architecture

This course covers various aspects of internal working of a computer system. This course is broadly divided into five modules viz. Introduction, processor design, arithmetic and logic design, Memory systems and Input/ Output organization. This course talks about how our modern day computer works and how we are achieving improvements in the design aspects.

Faculty :Dr. Kamalika Datta

Department of Computer Science and Engineering NIT Meghalaya

Module 1

Module 2: Processor Unit

 

Module 3: Arithmetic and Logic Unit

Module 4:

Module 5: