The Distance, Open, and Transnational University conducted its 1st CLSU Digital Learning Environment (CUDLE) training held for the Faculty members of DOT-Uni last June 10-14, 2019 at the DOT-Uni building, Central Luzon State University, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija. The training was participated by selected representatives from five (5) different colleges of the University: College of Education, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Business Administration and Accountancy, and from the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine.
CUDLE Participants and Trainers with VPAA Dr. Renato G. Reyes and DOTUni Dean Dr. Esmeraldo M. Cabana
The primary objective of the training program is to prepare faculty members in the deployment and management of on-line classes delivered through a virtual learning environment platform. This training is part of a training series that the DOTUni planning to conduct this 2019. The proposed second training sessions will be in the held at the third quarter of the year.
CUDLE is an open source learning management system based on Moodle which is a tool used for producing and delivering internet-based courses and e-Learning sites management. The training workshop focused on building skills and knowledge in developing courses in a digital format. The workshop is expected to provide in-depth training on CUDLE through discussions on the different tools, key resources and activities inside CUDLE to deliver a dynamic, effective and stimulating online environment. The training was followed by practical hands-on opportunities to explore and apply skills learned. The workshop prepared all participants to have an access to CUDLE platform deployed in the DOT-Uni Web Portal to enable them practice, and build their specific online course, deploy on-line resources and other activities.