Untying Knots and solving Mazes in KM Pedagogy
CSS is a package of advisory, training and support services offered by CCLFI (see diagram) to enable communication and journalism faculty members of your school to teach knowledge management (KM). CHED requires that all communication and journalism curricula should include a course in KM.
The training course under the Course Support Services (CSS) will start on September 8, 2021. To purchase a CSS package, download the Pro Forma Invoice (click on the link), fill it up and email it to email@example.com copy firstname.lastname@example.org. You may first refer this to your school/university president for his or her information and authorizatoin using CCLFI letter to your president (click on the link to download). For more information, contact: email@example.com.
CSS was designed by a team of experts in KM and communications who will also serve as the resource persons in the delivery of CSS:
- Prof. Dr. Ma. Gwenetha Pusta, Department of Communication and Media Studies, University of Santo Tomas
- Prof. Marco Polo, Communication and Journalism Department, De La Salle University-Dasmariñas
- Prof. Garry Jay Montemayor, College of Development Communication, UP Los Baños
- Prof. Dr. Hemmady Mora, Dean, College of Communication, Polytechnic University of the Philippines
- Prof. Dr. Serafin Talisayon, Professorial Lecturer in KM, UP Diliman Technology Management Center, and Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Information and Communication Studies, UP Open University.
The team is being led by Dr. Talisayon, CEO of CCLFI and a retired professor from UP Diliman where he has been teaching KM through blended learning from 2000 to the present.
Since 1999, CCLFI is the leading service provider in knowledge management in the Philippines. It has pioneered in online learning in 2006. It has developed proven techniques in online andragogy through its successful online KM Practitioner Certification Course. Since 2013, this course had produced nearly 300 successful graduates from 34 countries.