The information about the work of CRCS is published as papers and articles written by its members in national and international journals and conference proceedings.


Computer skills development by children using 'hole-in-the-wall' facilities in rural India
Inamdar, P. (2004). Computer skills development by children using 'hole in the wall' facilities in rural India. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 20(3), 337-350.

Mitra,S., Tooley,J., Inamdar,P., Dixon,P.
Improving English Pronunciation: An Automated Instructional Approach
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology information Technologies and International Development, Volume 1, Number 1, Fall 2003, 741–83

This paper describes an experiment in which groups of children attempted to improve their English pronunciation using an English language learning
software, some English ªlms, and a speech-to-text software engine. The experiment was designed to examine two hypotheses. The first is that speechto-
text software, trained in an appropriate voice, can act as an evaluator of accent and clarity of speech as well as help learners acquire a standard way of
speaking. The second is that groups of children can operate a computer and improve their pronunciation and clarity of speech, on their own, with no
intervention from teachers. The results of the experiment are positive and point to a possible new pedagogy.


Minimally Invasive Education for Mass Computer Literacy
CRIDILA 2000 Conference, Hong Kong, 21-25 June, 2000
Keywords: Minimally Invasive Education, Internet, incidental learning, constructivism, cooperative learning, kiosk, instructional design

Children and the Internet:
New Paradigms for Development in the 21st Century

Basis for the keynote speech at the Asian Science and Technology Conference in the Year 2000, Tokyo, Japan, June 6, 2000
Keywords: Internet, education, learning, cognition, constructivism, collaborative learning, cooperative learning, LEDA, MIE, Internet, remote presence, WAP, self-organising systems

Mitra,S. and Rana,V.
Children and the Internet:
Experiments with minimally invasive education in India

The British Journal of Educational Technology, volume 32, issue 2, pp 221-232.
Keywords: Internet, minimally invasive, LEDA, cognition, constructivism, kiosk

Datta, Meera S. & Gupta, Sanjay
Computer-based Training for Augmenting Science Education

Presented at the International Workshop on Advanced Learning Technologies IWALT 2000, 4-6 December 2000 Palmerston North, New Zealand
Keywords: Connected systems, Sensors, Computer-based training, Constructivism, Microcomputer-based Labs, Computer-based Training, Constructivism, Discovery Learning

Dangwal, R. and Mitra, S.
Learning Styles and Perceptions of Self
Journal of Research in Personality. International Educational Journal, Vol 1.
Keywords: learning style, cognitive, LSI, models, Kolb’s model, perception, 360 degree method, Mean Learning Style, Learning Style Vector

Dangwal, R.
Construction of Children’s Learning Styles Inventory
Indian Journal of Applied Psychology
Keywords: learning style, children, behavior, Kolb’s model, LSI, pictorial, CPQ,pedagogy

Dangwal, R. and Mitra, S.
Learning Styles Inventory - In the Asian Context
Indian Journal of Psychological Researches.
Keywords: learning styles, learning environment, LSI, Kolb’s model

Dangwal, R.
Adult education and training methodologies
Educational Growth and Development. Commonwealth Publishers, 1996

Constructivism and Instructional design
International Journal of Educational planning and administration,vol 1 no.1 October 2000,pg 1 to 16
Keywords: CUI-Cognitive User Interface, Interactivity, Constructivism, Instructional Design, NICT( New Information and Communication Technologies)

Research and Development issues in internet based education

Report on Virtual Institutions in the Indian Subcontinent
Including the countries of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka

Produced for the Commonwealth of Learning, December 1998
Final Revised Version: April 15, 1999

Proactive Automated Learning Systems -
A strategy for Adaptive Computer Based Teaching in the 21st Century

Presented at the parallel convention to the Meeting of Commonwealth Education Ministers, Gaborone, Botswana, 1996.

Multimedia Design for Internet based Training
Supporting text for invited talk at the Annual CSI Convention, Bangalore, October 31, 1996

Development of a Cognitive System for Automated Tutoring
Presented at the International Conference on Distance Education (ICDE), Vienna, 1999
Keywords: Cognitive Systems, bots, emotive systems, automated conversation

An Instructional Technology for Internet based Training
Supporting text for invited talk on “Multimedia, tool or toy?” by Sugata Mitra at the COMDEX, Singapore, September 25-27, 1996