Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, educational institutions are adopting systems that would help students continue their learning journey in the comfort and safety of home. With schools transitioning to online learning as part of the new normal, Japan Philippine Institute of Technology (JPI) partnered with Globe for the Brightspace Learning Management System (LMS).
JPI secured a total of 2,500 Brightspace LMS licenses for the online education needs of students, faculty, and staff for the school year 2020 to 2021. The platform enables a cost-effective and efficient means of creating, distributing, and managing the delivery of lessons.
“With numerous schools transitioning to the new normal, the partnership between Japan Philippine Institute of Technology and Globe comes at an opportune time. It is our first LMS which will be extremely helpful for the faculty as the load has been lessened, and will also beneficial for students as it is user-friendly and can provide both online and offline access to lessons,” shares Bernadeth Negrido, Human Resources Manager at Japan Philippine Institute of Technology.“Despite it being a huge adjustment, from traditional to online learning, we know that Globe will provide the much-needed support and training for our admin and staff on the technology to be used.”
Established in February 2008, Japan Philippine Institute of Technology (JPI) takes pride in the quality of educational programs that inspire excellence and build character. The school is committed to establishing an educational system that adapts to modern changes and generations so that students, even at a young age, are able to develop their leadership qualities and become globally competitive.
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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.