Benedict Natividad

Soliva Presents e-Learning Research Paper at eLFA2015 in Singapore

CLEMENTI ROAD, Singapore – Since its launching in 2007, the e-Learning for Agriculture and Fisheries is one of the initiatives that makes agricultural extension more inclusive by expanding its reach to under-served clientele thru Information and Communication Technology (ICT). As the Program continues to grow, the global ICT community have recognized these efforts through requests and invitations to share the experiences as well as learnings gained during the implementation.

ATI's e-Learning Courses Primed for the Next Level

MANDAUE CITY, Cebu – As the e-Learning for Agriculture and Fisheries embarks to new heights in terms of disseminating information for the agricultural sector, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI), the lead implementing agency for the Philippine e-Extension Program, sees the need for the online courses to be updated and refined.

FITS Centers Seen as e-Learning Hub in Region 10

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – As the lead implementing agency for the e-Extension Program for Agriculture and Fisheries, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) is looking at the Farmers’ Information and Technology Services (FITS) Center to be an e-Learning hub where clients can access its online courses.

Disseminating Agricultural Information through IEC Materials and Social Media Emphasized During ASEAN Training

DILIMAN, Quezon City – One of the foremost challenges that the agriculture and fisheries sector now is the delivery of needed knowledge to the countryside. From the Philippines to the majority of the Southeast Asian nations, bringing the needed knowledge to the grassroots have been proven to be a daunting task. Taking advantage of the technology breakthroughs and innovative practices to solve this problem is the primary focus of agricultural countries.

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