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Aboitiz Foundation supports students with financial aid for e-learning amid the new normal

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About 860 secondary and tertiary students have been supported with cash aid thanks to the Aboitiz Group's social development arm through its scholarship program. Aboitiz Foundation continued to assist students lacking the...

Smart rolls out Back-to-School Gadget Sale for students, teachers amid e-learning

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Smart Communications, Inc. partnered with various device partner stores and distributors nationwide to offer discounted prices on devices for e-learning packed with Smart Bro LTE Pocket Wi-Fi and other freebies during...

HEROES2021: Pasig to host training webinar for teachers, administrators on e-learning

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In a bid to support the education sectors amid the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, Pasig City announced it would host an online training for teachers and school administrators this week, dubbed as...

Globe, DepEd join forces to empower more teachers via Wifi2Teach program

As the Philippines shifts to distance learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Globe Telecom has bolstered its efforts to contribute to the education sector through its WiFi2Teach program in partnership with the...

ACT urges gov’t to put Knowledge Channel back on air amid distance learning

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The Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) Philippines appealed to the government to put Knowledge Channel back on air to sustain people's right to education and information amid the shift to distance...

DLSU sets up e-learning with PLDT’s Smart Giga Study, Bizload services

PLDT Enterprise and De La Salle University (DLSU) joined forces to address the technical needs and reliable home-based setup for DLSU students and faculty in pursuing top-quality education amid the current...

Tips for parents to motivate their kids during online classes

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While the Department of Education (DepEd) pushed the resumption of classes from August 24 to October 5 for public schools, distance learning in the private sector has already began. Some kids...

Teachers’ group slams DepEd’s claim that most schools ready for e-learning

The Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) chided the Department of Education’s (DepEd) assertion that 93% of public schools nationwide are equipped with devices for e-learning. While the education department stated that a...

DICT Undersec Jacinto to head digitalization for govt’s broadcast entities and entertainment industry

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Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) announced that Undersecretary Ramon "RJ" Jacinto was appointed to lead the digitalization of the government’s broadcast entities and entertainment industry. DICT said Jacinto is assigned...

Learn how to write ‘Kulitan’ with this app

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In spreading awareness and appreciation for the Philippine culture in the digital era, a Kapampangan software engineer developed an app for learning the ancient Kapampangan writing system "Kulitan." Kulitan is an...

Globe, TM subscribers can access online Tesda online program for free

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Globe Telecom together with TESDA (Technical Education and Skills Development Authority) provides free access to Tesda's online skills training program for all its subscribers The training program is aimed to learn new...

Discord: harmonize your online classroom for e-learning

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Last March, Discord's free private streaming and screen sharing service, called Go Live, expanded amid the emergence of COVID-19, in which it can house 50 users simultaneously from the standard 10....

Google grants P12.5 million in the PH for distance learning

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As part of its efforts to help nations transition to remote learning, technology giant Google's philanthropic arm will provide $250,000, or around P12.5 million, in the Philippines. The Distance Learning Fund initiative...

Senate bill seeks to make PH laws accessible to all Filipinos

Senator Lito Lapid filed Senate Bill No. 1751 that establishes a National Legal Knowledge and Assistance System which will serve as an online repository of different Philippine laws, rules, and regulations...

Solon urges gov’t to remove taxes on gadgets amid COVID-19 crisis

Quezon City Representative Precious Hipolito Castelo appealed to the government to get rid of taxes imposed on gadgets so they remain affordable for students and teachers. Gadgets include computers, mobile phones, tablets,...

DOST, education sector in talks to use TV frequencies for distance learning

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In coordination with concerned government agencies, Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and higher education institutions (HEIs) are in talks with several stakeholders to find ways in using unused TV frequencies...
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