Delhi University's Institute of Life Long Learning (ILLL), an initiative to take the processes of teaching and learning beyond classrooms, might have a presence at several more colleges.
Speaking to Hindustan Times, vice chancellor Dinesh Singh said, "We need to have smaller ILLLs to reach out to more students and increase the level of interaction between teachers and students."
He said increasing use of technology could help overcome problems of infrastructure such as lack of classrooms.
ILLL, which was started in 2007, has been involved in developing e-content for students. An e-portal launched in June this year hosts e-quizzes, e-lectures, e-labs and e-lessons, e-classes and more recently e-helper and e-paper.
All the content is designed to help students understand classes better, interact with teachers and help students prepare for examinations.