Dito sa Laguna is a weekly cable TV program that serves as venue for discussion of development-oriented topics. It has aired 133 episodes on various topics on CCVC Channel 8.
Category: Arts, Letter and Communication
The College of Development Communication (CDC) adopted a school in Los Baños to provide education-support and conduct communication activities
CDC’s adopted public elementary school—Bernardo N. Calara Elementary School—has been helped through the educational communication materials and other interventions developed and implemented by CDC faculty and students.
The Sentro ng Wikang Filipino-UP Manila, a regular office under the Office of the Chancellor, University of the Philippines in Manila, conducts and encourages researches and undertakes the translation, writing and publication of materials concerned with the development, enrichment and propagation of Filipino pursuant to Article XIV Section of the 1987 Constitution.
Through the conduct of trainings on development journalism, the department aims to share with students and teachers alike the basic principles of development journalism and help them apply these principles in their storytelling. Participants are encouraged to write stories of local relevance and to promote the practice of development journalism among their peers.
These workshops are intended to disseminate and popularize research studies of the students and faculty of the College of Architecture.
This program helped in providing and formulating planning, architectural and engineering design guidelines for disaster-resilient communities, sites and buildings. Specifically, it provided technical assistance through design and research services, in order to formulate research-based planning, architectural and engineering guidelines for areas and buildings of different scales—houses, schools, evacuation centers, communities, cities and municipalities.
This program helped in the formulating and planning of architectural and engineering design guidelines for foreign service post buildings (e.g. embassies) of the Republic of the Philippines in other countries. Specifically, it provided technical assistance through design and research services, in order to formulate research-based architectural and engineering guidelines for Philippine embassies.
Asian Performance Literacy: An Introduction to Asian Performance Practice through Experiential Learning for Teachers of Traditional Asian Theater Forms for the K to 12 Grade 8 Music and Arts of Asia Curriculum
This project seeks to address the need for a performance-based approach to teaching of the Grade 8 Asian Music and Arts curriculum in the K to 12 program by facilitating the understanding of the salient features of Asian music and art. It seeks to do this by providing music and arts teachers the necessary skills needed for performance-based approach to teaching Traditional Asian Theatre practice—from training-rehearsal to performance by systematically learning their performance process, practice and principles.
This seminar series aims to provide a venue for the discussion of relevant issues in the context of journalism in particular and communication in general. Launched in 2007, the series focused on topics ranging from the challenges of journalism practice in the Philippines, investigative journalism, data journalism, visual storytelling, to the culture of impunity.
Since 1996, the UPLB CAS LITE Program, through the IEIGS, has been helping UPLB international graduate students attain the required linguistic competency to hurdle academic life in the university, Participants learn through the modules Pronunciation Improvement and Oral Presentation (40 hours), Reading and Vocabulary Enrichment (40 hours), Grammar (30 hours), and Academic Writing (40 hours) in this intensive course.