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Desktop Virtualisation in Schools (ph)
More than 3000 public schools in the Philippines are now enjoying the learning and teaching benefits derived from the “desktop virtualisation” technology applied in many e-Classrooms, as part of the Department of Education’s Computerisation Programme.
The Computerisation programme is an initiative by the Government that aims to have public elementary and secondary schools nationwide use Information Communication Technologies (ICT) in teaching, learning, school management, and governance.
This technology enables one host system to power six computers simultaneously. This is in contrast to an older practice where each desktop is connected to a Central Processing Unit (CPU).
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User's manual on ICT literacy for teachers (ph)
Philippines: User's manual on ICT literacy for teachers
As part of its continuous efforts to standardize guidelines that govern the conduct of its numerous ICT training activities, the iSchools Training Component will release a User's Manual to aid public high school teachers to conduct an orderly and systematic ICT Literacy training in the Philippines.
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The eSkwela Project (ph)
The eSkwela Project
The eSkwela Project, a word play on the Filipino equivalent of "school", is a flagship project of the Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT), through its Human Capital Development Group (HCDG).
It is envisioned to empower out-of-school youth and adults to be globally competitive through the effective use of ICT in alternative learning.
With eSkwela's ICT-enabled environment, Filipino out-of-school youths and adults can attain basic education competence and life skills.
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Strategy for use of open source software in education (ph)
Philippines to develop a strategy for use of open source software in education
The Commission on Information and Communications Technology recently presented a draft of a programme that seeks to assist teachers and students to utilize open source software, with the aim of enhancing educational quality in the Philippines.
Titled the ?ree and Open Source Software in Education?(FINE) strategy, it is aligned with similar CICT programmes, including iSchools and eSwela, which are aimed at raising the capacity public school teachers and students to utilize ICT.
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University of Asia and the Pacific (ph)
The University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) traces its beginnings to the Center for Research and Communication (CRC). CRC was established more than 30 years ago as a think-tank conducting research and offering graduate courses in economics and management. It gradually expanded its education activities and, in 1995, was awarded University status by the Department of Education, Culture, and Sports. Since then, CRC became known as the University of Asia and the Pacific.
In its institutional programs and activities, UA&P puts due emphasis on the individual; the family; the community; and the world. Each unit of the University thus strives to be a center of excellence, particularly in three areas: values formation, people development, and research and communication.
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Department of Education (ph)
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