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{{Color-box|6|Welcome to the ICT Portal|Historically, human beings have used different ways of organizing and  presenting information, and for communication. Language, script, print, mass media such as radio and television have been important information and communication technologies (ICT).  Whenever a new ICT is introduced, we see significant changes not only to education and knowledge processes, but also to larger socio-cultural, political and economic structures and processes..  What makes the current ICT different is their digital nature.  With information creation, access, processing and sharing becoming quicker and simpler, society is now being shaped these processes, so much so that, the term Information Society (a term used by the sociologist Manuel Castells to describe our current society) is used to describe society today. Participating in this society requires the development of new skills as well as an understanding of how these processes are affecting society.  
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{{Color-box|6|Welcome to the ICT Portal|Historically, human beings have used different ways of organizing and  presenting information, and for communication. Language, script, print, mass media such as radio and television have been important information and communication technologies (ICT).  Whenever a new ICT is introduced, we see significant changes not only to education and knowledge processes, but also to larger socio-cultural, political and economic structures and processes..  What makes the current ICT different is their digital nature.  With information creation, access, processing and sharing becoming quicker and simpler, society is now being shaped these processes, so much so that, the term Information Society is used to describe society today.  
 
Development of digital literacy skills is required for all, to navigate this ‘information society’.  Teachers, student teachers and teacher educators need to be able to use ICTs for their professional development, through self learning, peer learning, in digital resources creation and in teaching-learning. They must develop a critical understanding of the larger positive and negative implications of the design and adoption of ICTs in society. This portal has resources for ICT learning.}}
 
Development of digital literacy skills is required for all, to navigate this ‘information society’.  Teachers, student teachers and teacher educators need to be able to use ICTs for their professional development, through self learning, peer learning, in digital resources creation and in teaching-learning. They must develop a critical understanding of the larger positive and negative implications of the design and adoption of ICTs in society. This portal has resources for ICT learning.}}
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The digital world is full of offerings, software applications, web tools, digital resources and is open to teachers and students to dive into it and learn. Such learning is not only becoming familiar and comfortable and competent in the use of different digital methods, but also strengthening ones own capabilities for self-learning and peer based learning. This section will give you an  organized representation of the different software applications categorized according to the type of applications.  Click here for [https://teacher-network.in/OER/index.php/Explore_an_application exploring different applications].
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The digital world is full of offerings, software applications, web tools, digital resources and is open to teachers and students to dive into it and learn. Such learning is not only becoming familiar and comfortable and competent in the use of different digital methods, but also strengthening ones own capabilities for self-learning and peer based learning. This section will give you an  organized representation of the different software applications categorized according to the type of applications.  Click here for [https://teacher-network.in/OER/index.php/Explore_an_application exploring different applications]. Click here for a[http://www.slideshare.net/KarnatakaOER/ict-integration-in-education-training-handout-maths-and-science handout] on technology integration for teaching learning.
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Participating in today's information society requires the development of new skills as well as an understanding of how these processes are affecting society. [http://www.ncert.nic.in/announcements/notices/pdf_files/ICT%20Curriculuma.pdf The National ICT Curriculum], developed by CIET, NCERT, is a response to this requirement.  An [http://troer.telangana.gov.in/OER/index.php/ICT_student_textbook ICT textbook] has been developed by the state of Telangana based on this curriculum. An accompanying [http://troer.telangana.gov.in/OER/index.php/ICT_teacher_handbook teacher handbook] is also available.  Resources for digital literacy are available [http://troer.telangana.gov.in/OER/index.php/Explore_an_application here].
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Participating in today's information society requires the development of new skills as well as an understanding of how these processes are affecting society.  
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#[http://www.ncert.nic.in/announcements/notices/pdf_files/ICT%20Curriculuma.pdf The National ICT Curriculum], developed by CIET, NCERT, is a response to this requirement.   
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#An [http://troer.telangana.gov.in/OER/index.php/ICT_student_textbook ICT textbook] has been developed by the state of Telangana based on this curriculum. An accompanying [http://troer.telangana.gov.in/OER/index.php/ICT_teacher_handbook teacher handbook] is also available.  
 
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