Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, University Councils across the UP System unanimously decided not to hold the UPCAT for the admission of First Year students in AY 2021-2022. Instead, the UP Office of Admissions is currently modifying the freshmen admissions system for the next intake year.
Are you preparing to write your thesis? Get helpful tips from UP Professor Emeritus Felix Librero in UP Open University’s “FICS Chat with Sir Lex”. This community service program by the Faculty of Information and Communication Studies is open to everyone.
In an online ceremony, the University of the Philippines officially welcomed its incoming new and continuing students to the first semester of AY 2020-2021.
To help iskolar ng bayan through “the new normal” by providing for their remote learning needs, the UP Open University (UPOU) launched its own UPOU-Kaagapay+ program on September 1, in consonance with the UP System’s Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral ng mga Iskolar ng Bayan Fundraising and Resource Generation Campaign (Kaagapay UP).
Prof. Eilene Antoinette G. Narvaez of the UP Diliman Department of Filipino and Philippine Literature, a member of the Filipinas Institute of Translation, recently worked with Google for the Filipino terms related to COVID-19.
Hey, teachers! Are you ready to create video lectures for your online classes? UP Open University (UPOU) offers three tutorials to help you out! Produce better quality materials by learning how to optimize the use of your smartphone as video recorder, make use of proper lighting and set design, and manage audio and noise in recording.
As with many things, the COVID-19 pandemic thas thrown into stark clarity the good, the bad and the ugly of social media usage. UP Visayas takes on “The Boon and Bane of Social Media” and how we can manage both in a webinar on Aug. 5, 8:30 a.m.
If you are parents or teachers of K-12 students who feel apprehensive about the planned shift in education delivery due to the pandemic, UP Open University’s (UPOU) webinar may help you cope with the upcoming changes in teaching and learning.
“Think of [it like] a marathon,” physiatrist Dr. Celso Bate described the recovery of critically ill patients—those who had prolonged ICU confinement and acute respiratory distress syndrome. The rehabilitation strategies for those patients are useful guides in the recovery of critical COVID-19 patients, as rehab protocols have yet to be established for this novel disease.
Visibility and availability. These are high up on Ma. Rita Villanueva-Tamse’s list of what our nurses need from their administrators and leaders especially in times of crisis like the present—to know that their superiors are ready to listen to their concerns, help them navigate the changes necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and address their needs.