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E-Learning Initiatives At DLSU Are Backed By PLDT Enterprise

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With the growing global pandemic, academic institutions are faced with the challenging issue of developing a practical answer for educating today’s youth while also considering their safety and security. In the midst of the current crisis and move to e-Learning, De La Salle University (DLSU) is one of the institutions committed to offering high-quality education to students.

The university recently strengthened its cooperation with PLDT Enterprise to handle its technical requirements for online learning and give DLSU students and faculty with a stable home-based setup.

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DLSU is set to begin online learning in Term 1 of the Academic Year 2020-2021, thanks to PLDT Enterprise’s Smart Bizload service and Smart Giga Study plans. Bizload is a web-based credit platform that will allow DLSU to load their Smart prepaid services for students and faculty. Students will be able to access data for their online lessons thanks to their Smart Bizload 300-line subscription.

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The Smart Giga Study, on the other hand, contains daily data allotment that will allow students and teachers to communicate in virtual classrooms and use online learning tools.

“We prioritize our kids’ learning, and because we anticipate that DLSU’s Term 1 would be heavily directed toward online learning due to need, we are teaming with PLDT Enterprise to provide Internet connection to our students who do not have it, especially because Term 1 will be online intensive. Making PLDT Enterprise a member of our team is the best thing we can do right now to sustain our well-known standards of excellence,” said DLSU President Br. Raymundo B. Suplido FSC.

Canvas Learning Management Platform, which the DLSU community can utilize to conduct virtual classes, is included in the Smart Giga Study initiative. Additionally, Open Access Data will be distributed to DLSU students and teachers to facilitate online learning.


“The epidemic has put academic institutions to the test, and we at PLDT Enterprise are ready to help and support them as they face e-Learning issues. Jovy Hernandez, ePLDT President & CEO and SVP & Head for PLDT and Smart Enterprise Business Groups, stated, “We are committed to assisting our partners from DLSU in identifying solutions that would aid in the continuous learning of their students.”

Through constant collaborations with universities, colleges, schools, and learning institutions around the country, PLDT Enterprise seeks to reinvent the future of learning, ensuring that no student is left behind. Visit for more details.

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