A three-day State-level workshop on ICT-enabled teaching was held in Mangalore, organised by St. Anns College of Education with financial assistance from the University Grants Commission.
The aim of the workshop was to help integrate ICT into the teaching and learning process at the college level. Dr. Lydia Fernandes, Secretary, The Apostolic Carmel Educational Society said that there is a need to make education globally competitive in this age of information. Speaking at the inauguration of the workshop, she stated that ICT could be a tool to revolutionise education. In the process of traditional systems of teaching giving way to more interactive and collaborative processes, technology could play a major role. Flosy D'Souza, workshop co-coordinator, said that the aim of the workshop was to familiarise college teachers with ICT and web-based teaching.