Carousel imageCarousel imageThe Covid-19 pandemic changed the landscape of learning for all of us. We have had to evolve meaningful ways of learning together in a context that at first glance seems ill suited to the educational endeavor. Now more than ever, we are being called upon to consider the important role that our students’ mental health plays in their ability, confidence, and willingness to learn. This webinar walks us through a simple approach to student learning and mental health that leverages a student advising process in which teachers and students have informative, useful, and affirming conversations about the student’s performance and mental health concerns. Part 1 presents guidelines for academic program units on establishing a simple Student Advising System and gives us an idea of how student advising via remote could be set up and executed. Meanwhile, Part 2 presents guidelines for individual faculty on how to navigate challenges that arise when we try to reach out and engage with our students in a different way from what we’re used to.The System Committee on Remote Teaching and Learning would like to invite you to our webinar on Using Applied Improv for Learner Engagement with Ms. Krupskaya M. Añonuevo and Atty. Tricia Cervantes-Poco of the Third World Improv. For more information, you may visit

Let's talk about remote learning

In remote learning, the student and the teacher are geographically or physically separated from each other, and teaching and learning are enabled by the use of information and communication technologies.

In preparation for AY2020-2021, the faculty are assisted to develop their course packs by the online course, Course Redesign 101.

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What is an open educational resource?

"Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching, learning and research materials in any medium – digital or otherwise – that reside in the public domain or have been released under an open license that permits no-cost access, use, adaptation and redistribution by others with no or limited restrictions." (UNESCO)

Calendar of activities for remote teaching and learning

This calendar gives information on various activities related to remote teaching and learning. This is updated from time to time and details of the activities will be provided.