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Online Education at Indiana Aerospace University Takes Flight with Globe
Online learning has been pushed as a means of continuing education despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Educational institutions are incorporating cloud-hosted systems to promote a safe and secure environment for teaching and learning. As such, Indiana Aerospace University in Cebu has partnered with Globe Telecom to provide continuous online education through an integrated Learning Management system (LMS).
Under the partnership, the institution acquired Brightspace LMS licenses for its students, which is named Alternative Instructional Method Electronic Resource (ALTIMETER). This cloud-based online LMS is specifically programmed for the curriculum of Indiana Aerospace University in the conduct of its remote educational setup which comprises both online and offline, synchronous, and asynchronous modes of instructional delivery.
“Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we cannot anymore deny that we are in the new normal, including the education sector,” shares Harold E. Toring, Chief Executive Officer of Indiana Aerospace University. “This is why Indiana Aerospace University is ready through the ALTIMETER program which enables students to continue studying at home, which is convenient, safer, and more secure.”
Through the ALTIMETER program, Indiana Aerospace University can continue providing a nurturing learning environment, which Mr. Toring quips as “we give you wings to fly.” Enrollment for the upcoming academic year at the institution is underway. Students and parents are advised to log on to the school’s official website for additional inquiries.
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Globe myBusiness is helping institutions integrate technology through mySchoolSURF, a lineup of internet promos designed to help students and instructors. mySchoolSURF plans start at P199, which comes with 34GB of data allocation valid for seven days, when paired with a Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi device.
All plans come with 4GB daily data allocations for pre-defined apps useful for learning. These include video conferencing tools like Zoom, and research and productivity platforms such as Office 365, Canva, Blackboard, and Course Hero. Plans also come with access to instant messaging apps like Viber, Whatsapp, and Facebook Messenger. Institutions can allot data for other platforms for exams, special projects, or other learning needs.
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.
Learn more about our offers at https://www.globe.com.ph/business/sme/education-offers.html.