Monday, December 11, 2023
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online learning

‘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.

Coursera ramps up focus on Filipino learners amid rapid growth

Coursera’s increased focus on the country is directly related to the Philippines’ skyrocketing online learner growth rate during the pandemic.

PH startup awarded 2 patents for online learning tech

Local startup Apptitude has secured patents from the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) for two pioneering technologies – authentication and blockchain credential systems – for its homegrown online learning management system.

PH ranks 1st in highest increase in women enrollees on Coursera

The Philippines ranked number 1 out of 190 countries with 774% year-over-year increase in enrollments from women learners.

Landbank expands student loan to cover gadget purchase for e-learning

Under the enhanced I-STUDY Lending Program, Landbank is now offering a loan of up to P50,000 per student to finance the purchase of learning gadgets that can be included in the maximum loanable amount of P150,000 per student or P300,000 per parent-borrower to cover payment for tuition or enrolment-related fees.

Gov’t railway training center launches online learning platform

Existing railway personnel and maintenance staff can now access self-paced training courses through an online learning platform launched by the newly established Philippine Railways Institute (PRI) with a P307-million grant from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

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.

NPC to issue ‘Code of Conduct’ to guide schools on online learning

The NPC said it would continue to focus on the education sector as it makes up 17% of the breaches received in the first half of the year.

NEDA says online learning programs crucial in creating jobs

The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) has stressed the important role of online learning programs in providing opportunities and creating jobs for Filipinos amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Solon urges DepEd to tap BGANs, VSATs for online learning

The satellite-based wireless technologies were deployed in previous years by the Comelec in far-flung and mountainous areas to transmit poll results.
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