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The Agricultural Training Institute partners with the Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Improvement (ASSIST) to promote digital inclusion and empowerment through DigiBayanihan. DigiBayanihan is a national movement of various institutions to promote digital inclusion through literacy and accessibility across the country as a means to achieve human and economic development.
Aiming to contribute to the DigiBayanihan campaign, the ATI sill incorporate the cause with its ICT-based programs and services through its network of training centers and partner institutions.
This is to announce that today, August 19, 2015 has been declared as special non-working holiday in Quezon City. Since the Agricultural Training Institute Central Office is located in Diliman, Quezon City, the e-learning techsupport is not available today.
All requests for accessing our online courses and/or requesting for enrollment keys will be attended to tomorrow.
Thank you for your understanding.
Pamela Mappala, Assistant Division Chief of the Agricultural Training Institute – Information Services Division (ATI-ISD) and at the same time the lead implementer and administrator of the e-Extension Program for Agriculture and Fisheries successfully earned her Master’s Degree in Development Management with her re-entry project on “Knowledge-based Module Development for the ATI’s Training Services” last July 17, 2015 at the Development Academy of the Philippines’s Conference Center (DAPCC) in Tagaytay City.
She was among the 38 graduates of the 6th Batch of the Public Management Development Program – Middle Managers Class (PMDP-MMC).
SINGAPORE -- Dr. Merrian Piquero Soliva, e-Extension Coordinator of Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center in Central Visayas (ATI-RTC VII) was invited to present her dissertation on “Determinants of Learners’ Intention to continue using the e-Learning Program of the Agricultural Training Institute” during the parallel sessions at the 10th e-Learning Forum Asia (eLFA) held recently in Singapore.
With this year's theme "Innovations in education: Responding intelligently to diverse learning needs ", the Forum served as a venue to identify emerging technologies and innovative academic practices that will become the mainstay of the educational landscape in the next decade. Gathering more than 400 experts and practitioners from 22 countries, the delegates came from Singapore, Philippines, Hongkong, USA, United Kingdom, Taiwan, Macau, China, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Belgium, Czech Republic, Chile, Malaysia, Ghana and Thailand.
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – As the lead implementing agency for the e-Extension Program for Agriculture and Fisheries , the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) is looking at the Farmers’ Information and Technology Services (FITS) Center to be an e-Learning hub where clients can access its online courses.
With this in mind, ATI conducted a one-day training on e-Learning techsupport that will enable the FITS Center staff to be acquainted on the standard operating procedures of e-learning. They were also briefed on their key responsibilities in handling their walk-in clients who want to access e-Learning.
The training included discussion on the relevance of the FITS center in e-extension, review of e-Learning course structure, r oles of the FITS manager as e-learning TechSupport vis-à-vis the Farmers’ Contact Center and a detailed walkthrough of the e-Learning site.
FITS Center staff from the different municipalities of Northern Mindanao attended the training which was held last May 18, 2015 at the STI College, Cagayan de Oro City.
(Edited by JoseRey Alo - original submission Tuesday, 19 May 2015, 04:15 PM)
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