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Data
Visualization

Cloud Computing Internet of Things using Fog


Applications
Networks

Strategies for
Marketing
Digital Marketing Analytics: Digital
Strategy

Emerging Trends &


Technologies in
Classroom Teaching:
Virtual Enviornment

S.No.
Name of the course

Information System-Sh
About the course

This courses teaches about the fundamental concepts of newly introduced


Fog Networks, the network architecture, which comprises near-user
edge devices to carry out storage, communication, computation, and
control in a network. Pushing computation, control and storage into the
cloud has been a significant drift in networking in the past decade. The
course will explain about Fog Networks along with IoT.

The course will give illustration of "cloudonomics," the underlying


economic reasons for creating the cloud. The participants will learn the
basic concepts underlying cloud services and be able to use services like
AWS or OpenStack Dashboard to construct cloud services or
applications.

Learn how to transform information from a format efficient for


computation into a format efficient for human perception, cognition, and
communication.

The course aims to deliver the participants about the theory and strategy
behind marketing analytics that provides marketers with the substance
desirable to relate data analytics to real-world challenges they meet daily
in their professional lives.

The course teaches about the role of digital channels in an integrated


marketing campaign and why all organizations need a digital strategy.
The course will provide an insight that how digital strategies can be a
part of a cohesive marketing communications plan and what part it can
play in any organization.

MDP
The course will guide school teachers to explore the latest trends in the
use of technology for student learning and engagement. What innovative
learning spaces and tools are available to instructors? How can
instructors best utilize free and open resources to more deeply engage
students in their learning? What impact can the use of emerging
technologies have on student retention and performance?

Information System-Short Courses-Prepared by Dr Riktesh Srivas


Details of the course

From Cloud to Fog, Security and privacy in Fog, Consumer and


wearable IoT, Industrial and building IoT, Connected cars in IoT,
Smart grids in IoT and Healthcare monitoring in IoT

Scheduling, Resource Allocation, Security and Monitoring, Data


Center Networks and Cloud Computing pricing model

Visualization Infrastructure (graphics programming and human


perception), Basic Visualization (charts, graphs, animation,
interactivity), Visualizing Relationships (hierarchies, networks) and
Visualizing Information (text, databases)

Digital Influence on Marketing, Basics of Web Analytics; The


Consumer, Introduction to Web Analytics Tools; Collecting and
Analyzing Qualitative Data and How and Why Data is Collected in
Digital Search, Display, and Video Channels; Framework for
Measuring Digital Campaigns

What it Means to Go Digital; Why You Need a Digital Strategy,


Digital as Part of IMC Plan; Converging Media, Pitching Your
Digital Strategy; Research in the Digital Space,
Whats Next in Digital?

MDP Program for School Teachers


Role of technology in school teaching, evaluating technologies for
use, and implementing technologies
Collaborative and social learning technologies
Game-based learning, badging and augmented reality
Open educational content

tem-Short Courses-Prepared by Dr Riktesh Srivastava


Mode of Conduct
Project-style homework
Slides
Videos
Learning Materials

Slides
hands-on laboratory experiments (Load Balancing and Web Services, MapReduce, Hive, Storm, and Mahout)
Case Studies will be drawn from Yahoo, Google, Twitter and Facebook

Slides, Case Studies, Examples (Real-time examples)

Slides, Quizzes

Slides, Digital Marketing Case Studies

MDP Program for School Teachers

Slides, Open source educational tools

Duration of Course

Expected Date to Start

40 hrs

May 2015 onwards

32 hrs

December 2015 onwards

50 hrs

September 2015 onwards

120

October 2015 onwards

45 hrs

November 2015 onwards

30 hrs

December 2015 onwards