Implementation of e-Learning and associated Capacity Building for identified schools in Bhutan
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the schools and universities have to offer their courses online and e-Learning is felt as important more than ever. This project is a pilot project on improving ICT infrastructure and capacity building for supporting e-Learning in schools in Bhutan. This project will partly assist the Royal Government of Bhutan especially the Ministry of Education in implementing the government\'s project called \"Digital Schools\" which is a part of Digital Drukgyul Flagship programme.
This project has three components namely 1) building the campus network infrastructure in the schools, 2) the connecting schools to National Research & Education Network, and 3) capacity building of network/system administrators to manage the infrastructure, teachers to develop contents and use e-learning for their teaching/learning procedures, and training students to use e-learning to support their learning.
Tandin Wangchuk, Technology Management and Economics, 0
Software Defined Optical Networks Training and Research Lab for TEIN NRENs
*Establishment of SDON training and research lab for TEIN NRENs in NUST in collaboration with PERN
*Capacity building of NREN members for SDONs; “Train the trainers”, Training and workshop
*Operator specific collaborative research activities Techno-economics, migration strategies
* Direct beneficiary countries: PAK,MAL,SL; 20 trainees (10TEIN countries, 10 PERN members),5 Research students
Muhammad Imran, Software Defined Network, 0
LandSAGE- a project to provide decision support for monitoring and mitigation of natural disasters (landslides, mudflows, and floods) in Southeastern Asia using Cyber-enabled Collaboration, Analysis, Navigation and Observation Environments (CyberCANOEs) driven by the Scalable Amplified Group Environment (SAGE2). This project is jointly led by Jason Leigh & William Chang at the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization & Applications at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, and Jason Haga at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Japan, to provide training for researchers and decision makers in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos on the use of advanced cyber-infrastructure for disaster monitoring and mitigation. For more info visit: www.landsage.info
Jason Leigh, Technology Management and Economics, 0