• Cebu Doctors’ University boosts digital learning efforts with Globe myBusiness

    As educational institutions across the country are preparing for the opening of classes in August, many are preparing for the implementation of online learning capabilities. Globe myBusiness has partnered with the Cebu Doctors’ University (CDU) to digitally transform learning, so students can attend classes while they stay safe at home.

    Globe myBusiness, Globe’s center of excellence in Education, has tapped some of the most recognized Learning Management System (LMS) providers in the world to help institutions transition to digital classes while maintaining social distancing guidelines. Through an LMS, educational institutions can create, administer, and document educational courses online.

    “The risk for physical classes is too high so it makes sense for us to use technology to foster learning among our students. Globe myBusiness has proven to be a total business solution provider with their suite of products and services that play a key role in education,” shares Dr. Philip S.D. Larrazabal, President of CDU. “Through our partnership, we hope to recreate the way students learn in the safety of their homes.”

    For CDU, Globe myBusiness designed the exclusively-owned CeLO+, also known as the CDU/Continuous Education/Electronic Learning Online and More. It is a custom-made system built from the Brightspace Learning Management System, which enhances teaching success and learning outcomes outside the four walls of a classroom. “We are now using it for full online summer classes starting June 22,2020”, he added.

    Brightspace offers an easy-to-use interface that allows educators to design courses, create engaging content using images or videos, and develop quizzes or surveys to measure progress. The system can also track attendance, present the class list, and send updates and announcements to students.

    CDU also availed of free, unli Internet connectivity via GoWiFi services that can be used by the faculty when conducting online classes at school; electronic access system through Managed Radio-frequency identification (RFID) that will monitor time and date of entry of skeletal force in the school; telephony system that allows the school to have multiple phone lines embedded in one system, and broadband services from Globe.

    Globe myBusiness is positioned to become the education sector’s most reliable and trusted partner for 21st century learning, Apart from Brightspace, the business solutions provider has partnered with Edmodo and Google Education to offer flexible learning options.

    Learn more about this story and other solutions for digital learning by Globe myBusiness, via globe.com.ph/business/sme/solutions/learning-management-system.html.
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    1. maxxz91's Avatar
      maxxz91 -
      There are hundreds of reasons why online learning is better than an actual one. Online learning is a multibillion-dollar industry that optimistically envisions a future wherein education is propelled to greater heights by technology. Now, with an estimated 54 million students currently out of school, these online learning tools are being put to the test — and it’s clear that they are not the equalizing force that some entrepreneurs have imagined they could be. Silicon Valley has long exported online education — or “ed tech” — to countries like Ghana, South Africa, and Brazil, where it is intended to democratize learning across the socioeconomic spectrum, parachuting personal learning into often poor communities. In the United States, such tools have supplemented classrooms for decades now — video lectures that let students learn at their own pace, and homework platforms for tracking assignments. Bill Gates claimed these tools would “revolutionize the classroom.” Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan made a similar bet, though it proved to be a regrettable one after a Facebook-connected school platform was accused of collecting students’ data. As with traditional education, though, these resources are not distributed equally. OneZero spoke to teachers worried about students being left behind. Some concerns have been widely publicized, like the absence of laptops and Wi-Fi removing a student’s ability to participate online. Even households without printers are faced with challenges.
    1. julie89's Avatar
      julie89 -
      When my brother-in-law started his career as online tutor, I thought it wouldn't be so successful, as regular career path of a teacher in any public school. But then I've realized how great those job vacancies are. Here is teaching and tutoring jobs page on Preply resource, where he has started his online tutoring career, and you know, I'm impressed how great this educational service is.
    1. MilkyFloor's Avatar
      MilkyFloor -
      I think that considering distance studying, it would be quite comfortable to use CRM services. I think that it would be cool to organize the work using such soft. You can try salesforce integration services, for example, I heard a lot good about this company, but to be honest, I've never tried it on my own.

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