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ASUS and Edukasyon.PH Partners to Accelerate Schools Distance Learning Initiatives

ASUS and Edukasyon.PH partners up to make any school’s IT transition to support the various distance learning modes through the ASUS Edukasyon School Partner Program with various benefits from the institution, the instructors, up until the learners. The goal oriented approach is definitely something that entities in the academe should be considering as the potential that the program carries with it scales quite considerably. If you know of anyone in the industry, do let them know about it as well. The microsite can be found here.

If you were wondering about the models within this program, a representative from Asus had the following to say about that:
“While we promote the BR1100C and BR1100F as our highlight product for our K-12 students, we also offer various products that encompasses not just students but at the same time teachers and school admins.

For higher education and educators, we have our ASUS Chromebook lineup that has access to Google Workspace that provides productivity apps to keep students and teachers connected. The ASUS Chromebook C436 and C434 offer flexible form factor with touch screen feature for a more collaborative experience. We also have the ASUS Chromebook C425 and C223 for a more traditional laptop experience.

For school admins and IT department, we have the ASUS ExpertBook series. The ExpertBook B9 offers 24 hours of battery life while weighing less than 1 kg. It also features AI noise cancelling for day-to-day video conferences and meetings. Both the ExpertBook B1 and Expertbook P2 are also great thin and light alternatives that features wide array of connectivity and long battery life. All ASUS ExpertBook laptops comes with TPM 2.0 which protects important data from hackers.”

It’s quite an amazing program to be honest. Something to look forward to especially for partner institutions.

PR follows.

Edukasyon.PH, ASUS targets school IT departments and educators for better learning outcomes

[Manila, Philippines – July 6, 2021] — Distance learning is proving to be challenging, as recent data shows that only 28% of Filipino students believe they are prepared for distance learning. But it isn’t only students who are being left behind by this digital shift. Teachers are also experiencing equal, if not greater, challenges compared to their students.

To support distance learning, Edukasyon.PH and ASUS are teaming up through the ASUS Edukasyon School Partner Program to provide Philippine educators with the technology and training materials they need to keep teaching and guiding students through the new online setup. Part of the program will provide school administrators and technicians up-to-date technology and all-around support. These include cloud-based applications to supply the need for collaborative learning and cybersecurity ware to keep important records and student data safe.

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“By working closely with the IT departments of each school, we can be sure that they are equipped with the resources needed to effectively assist teachers and students through the digital shift,” said Rafi Quisumbing, Chief Technology Officer for Edukasyon.PH.

In a media briefing on Tuesday, key speakers discussed the state of educators in distance learning and the vital role of IT departments in the digital transformation of schools in the Philippines. Quisumbing was joined by George Su, Country Manager for ASUS Philippines and Mon Ibrahim, former Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Undersecretary and current President of the UP System Information Technology Foundation (UPSITF), Trustee of the Analytics Association of the Philippines (AAP), and ASUS Philippines’ Ambassador for Education and Digital Transformation.

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken more than 1.2 billion students out of their classrooms all over the world. But even as campuses stay closed and face-to-face lessons remain suspended, more than 24 million elementary and high school students have returned to school as the Department of Education (DepEd) has shifted to distance learning.

“On top of juggling work with family duties, educators usually take on more administrative tasks and struggle with unfamiliar technology too,” described Ibrahim. “That’s why we turn to the ones trained to handle and troubleshoot tech problems—our schools’ IT departments.”

“ASUS has always been a go-to brand for reliable gadgets for learning, both for Filipino students and teachers. This year, we are extending our long-term support to the entire education ecosystem with technology that improves productivity and learning outcomes while keeping IT management costs low,” said Su.

The ASUS Edukasyon School Partner Program is set to bridge gaps in virtual learning through a holistic, tech-forward approach. Benefits for ASUS partner schools include an annual IT fund, learning seminars, internship opportunities, and exclusive discounts on ASUS products.

To kick off the initiative, and ASUS will host a free live webinar on hosting, growing, and maintaining learning management systems (LMS) this July 8 at 1:30 PM. It will be open to all IT personnel and teachers, plus give them a chance to win four brand new ASUS laptops which includes the ASUS BR1100, ASUS newest and best K-12 education laptop, and more freebies during the event.

Registration for the webinar is ongoing at

Additionally, ASUS and have launched an all-in-one-hub of helpful online learning resources for education partners. To access the hub, visit the microsite here.

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