ALLS participated in The Philippine eLearning Society’s 4th International Congress on eLearning last September 12-14, 2019. The Philippine eLearning Society (PeLS) is the country’s leading organization in promoting and advancing eLearning in corporate, academic, government and non-profit institutions. This community serves as an avenue for sharing eLearning experiences and best practices among stakeholders, and promoting public awareness and appreciation of the nature and uses of eLearning.
Through the International Congress on eLearning (ICE), PeLS aims to actively promote eLearning among educators, school administrators, practitioners, and lifelong learners in the ASEAN region and beyond. With this year’s theme, “Empowering the future workforce in the era of disruption”, the congress focused on the discourse on preparing learners as the digital workforce of tomorrow. ALLS participated in the parallel presentations for this year’s ICE. The presentations include: Augmented Reality Applications for Museum Learning, Ibigkas! Mobile Game, and Learning Likha: Music for the Fiesta.
During the awarding ceremony, the Augmented Reality Applications for Museum Learning was awarded with the Best Paper Presentation award. The presenter, Kevin Arnel C. Mora, was then awarded with the Best Presenter award.
ALLS would like to thank The Philippine eLearning Society for this opportunity and we look forward to participating in more events to share further insights and discoveries in the near future.