Vibal has partnered with global technology brand Lenovo to intensify the company's efforts in providing the education sector with the best technology solutions for a digital classroom. As the progenitor of mobile education technology in Philippine schools, Vibal continues to strengthen its reputation in the market by linking with other major global brands, thereby expanding its product portfolio.
Consortium members of the Asian Alliance for Technology and Education (ASIANATE) including content providers, regional cloud providers, systems integrators, and education technology companies once again gathered for the ASIANATE 2nd Quarterly Forum last March 19-20, 2015 in Cebu City, Philippines. IDPF Executive Director Bill McCoy served as moderator of the panel with the East-Asian triumvirate of digital education: Dr. Yong-Sang Cho of KERIS Korea, Prof. Yasuhisa Tamura of Sophia University…
Schools from as far north as Laoag in Ilocos to as far south as Cagayan de Oro are now updated about the latest innovations in education technology in the Philippines, with students and teachers alike eager to experience the cool advantages of their own school-of-the-future learning environment.
Under the K to 12 Enhanced Basic Education Curriculum, selected Philippine schools will be accredited by the Department of Education to offer senior high school (SHS) programs for incoming learners as early as 2016. This has created a huge opportunity for publishers because of teachers’ high demand for quality instructional materials that can address the curriculum requirements of Grades 11 to12 learners.
Chikiting Books launched its latest title Kaitlin at ang Game Machine last February at the Philippine Normal University’s Main Building Auditorium. The launch was sponsored by the Kapisanang Diwa at Panitik (KADIPAN) and the PNU Circulus Literati organization.