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Leveraging technology key to learning amid crises: experts

Education experts reaffirmed that blended learning can be effective and can improve education delivery and learning continuity through targeted interventions that use available technology.

Pinoy tech firm rolls out latest tablets for young learners

In 2020, ABC Tech released its first line of educational tablets which were specifically made for a younger set of users. Three years later, the company is not only thriving, but has become a driving force and important technology partner in the education sector.  

UST, Dominican schools sign e-learning deal with Canvas

Over 56,000 students across eight institutions and nine campuses will benefit from the elevated edtech environment.

‘Balsa Aralan’ floating education center launched in MIMAROPA

The Balsa Aralan will feature free Wi-Fi and Internet access to enable beneficiaries to access digital content and other learning materials.

P47-M e-learning project from UP-based firm gets BOI approval

TAGPROS, which is based at the University of the Philippines Diliman campus in Quezon City, has invested P46.7 million for its Learning Management Systems (LMS) project. The company is now in operation, employing about 874 personnel, majority of which are teachers.

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Blended learning drove tablet market in PH in 2021, says IDC

According to research firm IDC, the Philippines tablet market grew by 60% quarter-on-quarter in the fourth quarter of 2021 as smartphone vendors Nokia, realme, and Xiaomi launched their products in the market. This was, however, still down 44.9% year-on-year.

Epson PH intros HyFlex Classroom for ‘new normal’ learning setup

Epson Philippines has introduced the HyFlex Classroom setup, a hybrid-flexible classroom designed to accommodate the simultaneous teaching of in-person and online learners by reflecting real-time changes directly on the screen.

Mapúa Malayan Digital College makes formal debut

Mapúa Malayan Digital College (MMDC), a new college focused on technology and business, is a digital-first offering that delivers an online curriculum and offline experiences.

Distance learning boosts demand for tablets in PH, says IDC

Tablet shipments continued to be driven by the education sector due to large tenders from several LGUs to provide tablets for public school students in preparation for the school year.
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