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11-30-2021

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A Case Study on the National Digital Library of India and Exploring Learning Resources for School Education

Dr.M.Deivam

Assistant Professor

The Gandhigram Rural Institute (Deemed to be University)

Gandhigram, Dindigul District, Tamil Nadu, India – 624 302

Abstract

The National Digital Library of India (NDLI) was created by the Ministry of Education as a National Mission Project on Education to engage, support, and inspire all learners across the country, regardless of age, demographics, or ability. The National Digital Library of India is a knowledge and information melting pot with a diverse range of lectures, courses, and archives in a variety of media forms organised, collated, and created by India's leading institutions. It is a platform that aims to make electronic learning resources available to all citizens of the country in order to motivate, empower, and encourage them to learn. The purpose of this research is to know the current status of the National Digital Library of India and tried to figure out how it organises its learning resources for school education. It's also important to determine the scope of learning resources and material available in terms of educational level. In addition, examine the subject's coverage, as well as the types of material available to end users in learning resources. The data for this study was gathered from the National Digital Library of India's website as of October 4, 2021. The study explored the learning resources for school education such as Computer Science, Information & General Works (130 items), Philosophy &Psychology (135 items), Social Science (1080 items), Language (397 items), Natural Science and Mathematics (2358), Technology (634), The Arts, Fine & Decorative Arts (146 items), Literature & Rhetoric (1711 items), and History & Geography (632 items) are included in NDLI.

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