CE-Logic Inc.’s 2021 National Conference tackles the current situation and technology reshaping today’s library systems and practices
For more than a decade, CE-Logic, Inc. has been persistent in providing librarians and educators timely and relatable discussions by conducting the annual CE-Logic National Conference. With the outbreak of COVID-19 last year, the conference has adapted and transformed into a virtual event. Despite the challenges brought by the pandemic, the recently-concluded activity has been successful with the help of CE-Logic’s event partners, speakers, and more than a thousand participants.
With this year’s theme, “Envision Education Beyond the New Normal: Reinventing and Reengineering Research, Instruction, Education, and Librarianship,” experts on education and information science tackled the current situation and technology reshaping today’s library systems and practices.
On the first day of the conference, Dr. Edizon Fermin, VP for Academic Affairs of the National Teachers College, discussed “Free and Freed: Libraries as Flexible Learning Hubs.” The discussion was followed by Dr. Jonathan Macayan, Dean of the School of Languages of Mapua Institute of Technology, who addressed the “Implementation of Outcomes-Based Education in Distance Learning.” Lastly, Dr. Tirso Ronquillo, President of Batangas State University, shared his insights in “Building an Academic Continuity Plan,” topics highly relevant given the current disruptions experienced by the education sector.
The second day of the conference focused on research and librarianship. The discussion was opened by Ms. Maxie Doreen Cabaron, Director of Libraries of the University of San Carlos Cebu, who shared her insights on “Digital Education: A Roadmap for Educators and Librarians.” Dr. Elenita Que, Project Development Associate for Blended Learning and Teaching of the University of the Philippines, Diliman emphasized the “New Face of Academic Research” in her discussion. Capping off the conference was Mr. Alan C. Taule, Chief of the Information Resources and Analysis Division of DOST-STII, who explored the topic of “Improving Research Output: Methodology, Approaches, and the Library’s Role.”
Simulating a physical conference, CE-Logic representatives, event partners, and participants discussed matters related to education and librarianship by joining virtual lobbies between sessions with the help of the Floor Virtual Platform.
In concluding its 13th National Conference, CE-Logic, Inc. thanked its event partners: Taylor and Francis, Gale - a Cengage Company, and Ouriginal, for taking the time to participate in the two-day event.
CE-Logic, Inc. is committed to providing excellent products and services and academic webinar sessions with topics relevant and informative to its stakeholders. Looking forward to other virtual sessions hosted by CE-Logic, the company invites all conference participants to take part in CE-Logic’s upcoming events.