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Online learning as a disaster resilience response—A Lenovo perspective

Online learning as a disaster resilience response—A Lenovo perspective

Global tech innovator Lenovo has proven itself an ally of the education sector, offering assistance in the pivotal shift to online learning through its new EdVision program. Implementedin partnership with Microsoft, EdVisionwas designed to prepare the academe for the future of education through accelerated digital transformation whilesimultaneouslyreinforcing the resilience of the sector with its smarter education tech offerings that support remote learning.

While the local education sector has already begun digitally transforming a few years back, the health crisis has hastened the shift in a way that may have exposed vulnerabilities that are yet to be addressed. As preparation for the upcoming virtual academic year— and a blended learning system in the general sense, the EdVision program enables partner schools to head their digital transformation journeys with innovative end-to-end education solutions which include literacy training, device seeding, curriculum build up, and soft skills workshopsfacilitated by industry experts to help boost e-learning literacy.

Preparing students for a digitally ready future

Many of today’s students will enter into careers that have yet to be imagined. Lenovo collaborated with Microsoft to conduct training workshops and enablement webinars that aim to teach students time-saving productivity tools that will offer them a more convenient transition to online learning at present, as well as equip them with skills that will be needed to succeed in the workplace of the future.

The EdVision program provides specialized benefits for teachers, who have the enviable task of making sure students receive the same quality of education regardless of the classroom setup. Theywill beextended leadership skill training workshops, exclusive discounts on Lenovo products, and other perks should they qualify in the Teacher Ambassador Program. It can also help them set up a studio that enables them to create their own learning content by filming, including tool kits consisting of devices they need to be digitally well-equipped and enhance their remote teaching capabilities.

Pioneered in the Philippines, EdVisionwillthen be launched in Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia. More information about the program is available at <www.lenovo.com/ph/en/edvision>.Everyone is invited to join the discussion and learn more online learning how-tos through free webinars available in the EdVision Facebook page at <www.facebook.com/LenovoEdvision>.


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