by Central Philippine University | Sep 18, 2020
By Rusieljs G. Lunasco
The Phase 1 of the E- Classroom has 13 computer units in 13 cubicles to maintain social distancing.
To adapt to the challenges of learning in the new normal, Central Philippine College of Nursing recently announced the completion its newest project, the Nursing E-Classroom Phase 1.
A joint project of Central Philippine University and the Central Philippine University, Capiz Emmanuel Hospital and Iloilo Mission Hospital Nurses’ Alumni Association (CCINAA), the E-Classroom was conceptualized during the Grand Alumni Homecoming in February 2020.
The first phase of the E- Classroom has 13 computer units each set-up in a cubicle to maintain social distancing. The second phase which is currently underway will also have 13 computer units.
One of the instructors using one of the 13 computer units in holding her classes.
Mrs. Ann Catedrilla-Seisa (BSN 1977) through her non-profit Project ETC, gave an initial donation of 10,000 US dollars. It was through these funds that the first phase of the e-classroom was realized. Alumni from BSN Batch 1962, 1979, and 1980 have also donated for the second phase of the project.
Ann Catedrilla-Seisa女士(BSN 1977)通过她的非营利项目等，提供了10,000美元的初始捐款。正是通过这些资金，电子教室的第一阶段得以实现。来自BSN 1962、1979和1980届校友也为项目的第二阶段捐款。
“We are thankful to the alumni for helping the College of Nursing respond to the changing learning landscape of the new normal, especially during this pandemic where face to face classes are not possible,” said College of Nursing Dean Atty. Salex E. Alibogha.
The E-Classroom is used by the College of Nursing instructors in holding their online classes.
护理学院院长Atty. Salex E. Alibogha说:“我们感谢校友帮助护理学院应对新常态不断变化的学习环境，特别是在这种疫情期间，面对面的课程是不可能的。”