Nephila Web recommendations for care and minimal disruption of learning during the COVID-19 outbreak

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At Nephila Web, we are closely following the development of the coronavirus pandemic, and remain attentive to health officials both local and international. The Philippines Department Of Health –a Nephila Web client and partner – is issuing a series of recommendations for institutions and individuals to prevent the local transmission of the virus. Following the advice of authorities can help our communities stay healthy and on alert, without unreasonable concern.

Schools, universities and training centers around the world have decided to close their facilities. But with online learning, this doesn’t mean the end of educational activities.

Many organizations are taking advantage of solutions like ours to continue their academic year with as little disruption as possible. In China, Japan, Korea and the U.S., Moodle has been instrumental in the transition to a fully virtual experience that can maintain the quality of the teaching and the educational outcomes, without the need to attend a physical classroom.

With Moodle and Nephila Web, your School Year is safe!

Please reach out to us if you would like to know more about Nephila Web’s Moodle learning solutions, including:

  • Live online conferencing integrated in Moodle through our partner BigBlueButton
  • Solution to keep students focused, engaged and participative through, Mobile and Social Learning, Gamification and Microlearning
  • Support and consulting services that allow you to create comprehensive, 100% online programs that leverage workshops, competencies, rubrics and other advanced features offered by Moodle

It would be our pleasure to guide you through the choices and opportunities of online learning.

In case you or someone around you is showing symptoms such as fever, cough and shortness of breath, please call the DOH designated hotline at (02)8-651-7800 loc 1149-1150 . Unless the situation is severe, the Department urges you not to crowd your city’s medical facilities, to guarantee a more effective response.