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Adamson, Globe team up for learning management

Transitioning to online learning is part of the new normal due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Educational institutions are now adopting new and alternative ways of continuing education through the use of learning management systems and the internet.

In line with this, Adamson University partnered with Globe for continuous access to applications vital for learning through Load Up DigiStudy.

The university secured Load Up DigiStudy 300, which gives students up to 20GB to open access to learning applications and platforms to assist them in remote learning for the upcoming academic year.

DigiStudy300 allows students to access any app that can help in their studies such as messaging and productivity apps while it doesn’t allow access to any entertainment and social media apps.

“Our partnership with Globe will enable our university’s flexible learning program. It will aid students in accessing the school’s learning management system known as the Adamson Digital University powered by Blackboard (BB) Learn Ultra,” said Pamela Mantuhac, Director for Institutional Development and External Affairs (IDEA) office at Adamson University.

Founded in 1932 by Greek chemist, Dr. George Lucas Adamson, the University was first known as the  Adamson School of Industrial Chemistry. It gained its university status in 1941, and in 1964, the Congregation of Mission took over its administration.

This Catholic school based in the heart of Manila is ISO certified. All programs in the nine colleges are accredited, with Engineering as its flagship program.

By bridging teachers to information and technology that enable continuous learning, especially during times of crisis, Globe continues to prove itself an invaluable partner in promoting 21st Century Learning and in improving resilience in education.

Topics: COVID-19 pandemic , Adamson University , Globe , Load Up DigiStudy
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