Quality Assurance expert speaks during the 4th International Conference on Health Sciences Pedagogy
January 22, 2021 | 1:41 pm
The 4th International Conference on Health Sciences Pedagogy with the theme “Quality Assurance: The ASEAN University Network Perspective” was held on January 13, 2021 via Zoom Webinar. Mr. Johnson Ong Chee Bin, AUN-QA Expert and Principal Consultant of Education Quality International, presented the benefits of quality assurance in the context of education and the AUN-QA Institutional and Programme Framework Version 4. Administrators, Deans, Directors, Academic Teaching and Service Faculty and Non-Teaching Personnel found the topic to be relevant and timely because DLSMHSI shall undergo the AUN-QA Programme Assessment for its several programs on August 2021.
Academics launches the Buildings of the Future thru Exhibition
Buildings of the Future Exhibition highlights the new structures to be constructed starting SY 2020-2021 in De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute. These buildings serve as concrete representations of DLSMHSI’s commitment to support the Lasallian mission of healing, learning and community.
Set to rise in the coming years are the New Academic Building, College of Dentistry Building, Senior High School Complex and the Romeo P. Ariniego, MD, AFSC Library Learning Commons Expansion. The buildings have provisions for classrooms, laboratories, clinical rooms, study areas, administrative and faculty spaces, student services areas and other facilities to support the growing population of students and faculty.
Br. Gus Boquer FSC, EdD, Vice Chancellor for Academics Juanito O. Cabanias, LPT, PhD, Deans, Directors, Administrators, Academic Teaching and Service Faculty, Non-Teaching Personnel and students attended the virtual exhibit launch on January 11, 2021 via Zoom Webinar. The physical exhibit is located at the Ground Floor Lobby of the RPAMDAFSC Library Learning Commons.
RPAMDAFSC Library expands Learning Commons
The Learning Commons of the Romeo P. Ariniego, MD, AFSC Library shall be expanded to provide a bigger and more enriched learning experience to students and faculty. The project involves a three-year construction of a four-storey structure beside the Library building. Each floor has 350 square meters with spaces for reading areas, collaboration spaces, meeting rooms, lounges, back garden, Research Commons, Media Commons and Auditorium.
Academics prepares for possible face to face learning
The Academics, through The Student Affairs, has laid out its preparations for the possible conduct of face to face learning in DLSMHSI, in compliance with CHED and IATF provisions. Guidelines have been drafted for the campus-wide health and safety protocols, collegiate protocols, protocols on the use of common areas and auxiliary areas, including cafeteria and conduct of student services, sports and performing arts and cash services. Physical facilities have also been prepared based on the guidelines.
March 30, 2021 | 4:08 pm