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Sys and Net Admin @ PeLS

Mr. Erwin Exequiel P. Calata, System Administrator and Mr. Julius L. Aggasid, Network Administrator attended the 7th National e-Learning Conference of the Philippine eLearning Society (PeLS) with the theme: Collaborative E-Learning in the Global Arena: Linking the Academe, Government, Industry and the Development Agencies, last October 16-17, 2008 at the SGV Hall, Asian Institute of Management Conference Center Manila.
 
 Mr. Philip Karp, the Regional Coordinator, WBI, East Asia and Pacific Region-World Bank Group delivers the keynote address focusing on the Use of eLearning in Building Capacity for Development.
 
Along with the two (2) day conference, several plenary and parallel sessions were conducted:
 
The Philippine Cyber Corridor: The CICT’s Human Capital Development Initiatives
Commissioner Consuelo S. Perez
Legal Counsel, Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT)
 
 
E-Learning for the Environment: Options for Carbon Credits
Dr. Federico M. Macaranas
Professor, AIM and Executive Director,
AIM Policy Center

Technologies for Voice
Ms. Aimee Henson
Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist
PhD Candidate, Argosy University,
Honolulu, Hawaii
 
Making Learning Effective Though E-Learning: Partnership between the Academe and the Industry
Dr. Maria Ana Quimbo
University of the Philippines, Los Banos

Computer Mediated Collective Action
Mr. Marc Smith
Senior Researcher, Microsoft Corporation
(via videoconferencing from LA, California)

APEC and E-Learning: Way Forward for Institute of APEC Collaborative Education
Dr. Younghwan Kim
President,
IACE and Coordinator,
APEC-HRDWG Educ. Network
(via videoconferencing from Busan, South Korea)

Skoool.ph Interactive Learning and Teaching Technology
Mr. Carlo Subido
Business Development Manager
Intel Technology Philippines

Evaluation in an Online Learning Course: Start-of-Class and Summative Evaluation
Prof. Dennis L. Berino
RV Del Rosarion Sr. Graduate School of Business
DLSU Manila

Integrating mLearning in eLearning
Dr. Maria Estuar
Prof. Joseph Jongko
Prof. Gerald Vonn Abrencillo
Ateneo De Manila University

Later on the conference, a workshop session was also conducted among the participants with its focal point on the management, collaboration, quality assurance, and training and development of e-Learning.

The Philippine eLearning Society (PeLS) was founded on July 30, 2003 in Manila with the objective of promoting substantive content, appropriate pedagogy, and appropriate use of technology for eLearning, guided by ongoing research activities.

PeLS serves as a venue for:
  • Promoting research on the effective use of eLearning,
  • Sharing of eLearning experiences,
  • Developing standards of excellence,
  • Promoting interoperability of eLearning systems,
  • Encouraging collaboration in the development of substantive content,
  • Cooperating with international eLearning groups, and
  • Promoting public awareness and appreciation of the nature and uses of eLearning.

Hence, Saint Mary’s University is now an institutional member of PeLS represented by Dr. Nena Valdez, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mr. Edwin Gonzales, Director, CISO, Mr. Erwin Exequiel Calata, Systems/Database Administrator and Mr. Julius Aggasid, Network Administrator.
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