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US-based Pinoy prof says educ sector should embrace AI

Mojica recently held a talk on the risks and benefits of generative AI tools in teaching and research hosted by the Technological Institute of the Philippines (T.I.P.) last month, in a webinar entitled “Artificial Intelligence in Teaching and Research: Boon or Bane?”

Tech firms ink pact to provide IT tools to Catholic schools

Under the partnership, Lenovo will provide schools under RCAM-ES with cutting-edge computing equipment and infrastructure powered by AMD processors.

To mark 25th year in PH, SAP gives $25,000 grant to educ NGO

As part of its 25th anniversary in the Philippines, enterprise application software maker SAP has donated a $25,000 grant to support the Batang Bayani Life Skills Program of Teach for the Philippines (TFP), a non-profit organization working in the education sector.

DOST researchers find new insights in tech-driven science, math education

The researchers noted that “Will” is a more important factor for science teachers, whereas “Skill” is more important for mathematics teachers when it comes to integrating ICT into the classroom.

Ex-DOST chief identifies reforms to improve supply of S&T graduates in PH

Former DOST secretary William Padolina said one way to improve teachers’ education is to train good elementary and high school teachers “who will be inspiring students to become scientists”.

FEU Tech turns to open source-based system for remote learning setup

Far Eastern University’s Institute of Technology has rolled out a remote learning setup built on an open-source learning management system (LMS) called Canvas.

Cebu schools sweep top awards at Smart innovation competition

Two universities from Cebu bested schools from all over the Philippines, garnering top honors at the 14th Smart Wireless Engineering Education Program (SWEEP) Innovation and Excellence Awards.

Miriam College, CHED partner to host Asian entrepreneurship meet

The meeting, the 6th UNESCO-APEID meeting on Entrepreneurship Education 2017, will bring together selected participants from the ASEAN, East, South Asia, and the Pacific Region.

Microsoft cites role of technology in making PH education more inclusive

Microsoft has emphasized the importance of digital technology in the country, saying it will play a key role in strengthening access of children ? especially the differently-abled ? to education.

Free online Java course in PH gets Duke’s Award for 2014

A free Java course offered online using open source materials won this year?s Duke?s Choice Award, which is selected by a group of Oracle Java users and enthusiasts.
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