PEAC Executive Director Visits University of Baguio to Formalize Partnership for Enhanced Online Learning Environment

The Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC) Executive Director, Ms. Rhodora Angela Ferrer, recently concluded her visit to the University of Baguio, where she met with the university’s president, Engr. Javier Herminio Bautista, and representatives from Inteligente Publishing, Inc. The purpose of the visit was to formalize an agreement through a Ceremonial Signing between the University of Baguio and PEAC.

The University of Baguio was one of the RECAST grantees selected to implement an approved project proposal on online learning with the project title “TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT.” This project aims to enhance the university’s online learning environment to ensure quality education delivery amid the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The agreement between the University of Baguio and PEAC is a significant milestone in the university’s journey towards enhancing its online learning environment. Through this partnership, the university can tap into PEAC’s expertise and resources to improve its online learning delivery and provide quality education to its students.

The visit of PEAC Executive Director, Ms. Rhodora Angela Ferrer, to the University of Baguio marks an important step towards ensuring that quality education remains accessible to all despite the challenges brought about by the pandemic. The partnership between the University of Baguio and PEAC highlights the importance of collaboration and innovation in addressing the evolving needs of the education sector.

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