Audio-visual information spans across diverse types of situated encounters by gathering data about issues and setting it into theme based processes for establishing different types of working partnerships. Highly innovative, electronic tool technologies have enabled people to enter global platforms of interaction through all kinds of interfaces for sharing ideas and experiences. Educators are now challenged to devise new ways of garnering knowledge as cohesive and equitable spreads to ensure harmonious growth for collectives of consumers.
The digital format can serve all kinds of life managing needs in impact making ways as it derives slots to format sets of multi-purpose task taking to enable the welfare of inhabitants. Many different skill sets are essential to prepare persons to enter into the flowing orders of personal creativity to enter into local to global ventures of life management.
This book highlights the clusters of holistic thinking that prepare scholars for spreading all round growth through the digital mode. Since our notions about caring for each other are our driving strengths the spiritual understanding of selfhood is discussed. Mind mapping to build applied strengths for cutting across multidisciplinary content development is the constant exercise for the digital mode of educating. Orienting teachers to cope with the new ways of shifting from the linear to the cyclically circular facilitative pattern for implementing joint ventures is focussed.
Dr Rajni Tandon, after a long and distinguished career spanning various positions of teaching and training in different regions of India, has innovatively participated in many educational institutions. Her wide ranging futuristic ideas have been researched and presented as many proposals to initiate radical holistic multi dimensional course patterns. Dr Tandon has started a charitable trust for developing teaching materials through the digital mode called 'Daya Prasar'. email@example.com
Chapter One Audio Visual Languages and Holistic Academics / 9
Chapter Two Mapping Selfhood to Express Dynamic Growth / 41
Chapter Three Applied Knowledge to Develop Digital Lessons / 63
Chapter Four Orientation Towards the Digital Mode of Teaching / 79
Chapter Five Meditating to Make Webs of Holistic Thinking / 91
Chapter Six Designing Inclusive Multi-Media Learning Modules / 101
Chapter Seven Courses and Practices for Digital Teaching / 123
Bibliography / 145