TABUK CITY, Kalinga – A team from Mapua University met with the staff of the Department of Education (DepEd) -Tabuk to discuss the possible adoption and utilization of their Dunong Lingkod website, which offers free online modules to Tabuk learners recently.
The Dunong Lingkod website is part of the university’s Social Orientation and Community Involvement Programs (SOCIP), which aim to bridge gaps in traditional education and supplement learning. It provides free online courses, e-books, videos, and other educational materials that cover a range of subjects, such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), business, and the arts.
These modules will be beneficial to students, especially those in the Alternate Learning System (ALS). They are accessible online and can help students prepare for the DepEd’s National Assessment.
Engr. Joyrence Mervin Agas, SOCIP Director, stated that they are offering the website to be used by DepEd-Tabuk as an additional tool for students to access online learning materials with ease, even through their mobile phones. He further explained that the website features comprehensive instructional videos, systematically arranged to facilitate easy learning for students.
The ALS team from DepEd Tabuk will further discuss the online platform with their Schools Division Superintendent (SDS) for possible adoption.
The online learning platform website is accessible at https://dunonglingkod.mapua.edu.ph.