Aug. 28, 2014
-- Manila, Philippines
-- Global Online Association for Learning (GOAL), together with Philippine National IT Standards Foundation (PhilNITS) and INEX SYX INC. (INEX) consented to a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on August 12, 2014 held at Philippine AXA Life Centre in Makati City.
This collaboration between participating parties promotes the advantages of fostering online education in the country. PhilNETS and INEX will become partners of GOAL in creating various educational materials, learning sessions, workshops or symposia that will promote eLearning, Education and Learning and Development for future projects.
Signing on behalf of GOAL are Chairman and Board Member James Donovan and Treasurer and Board Member Lilian Reventar. Representing PhilNITS is its Founding President Ma. Corazon Akol and INEX’s representative is its President Ma. Higinia de Villa.
PhilNITS is a non-stock, non-profit, non-government organization that aims to transform the Philippines into a renowned leader in the IT industry globally as well as in its different services. Meanwhile, INEX is known for its business development services and technical solutions for multiple clients.
This new partnership is a testament to GOAL’s efforts and initiatives in making the Philippines as the quality top-of-mind choice for eLearning, online education and other educational solutions. GOAL continuously supports the development and practical application of industry standards and concepts of online learning through use of modern technology.
Global Online Association of Learning (GOAL) is a non-profit association that represents the interest of educational institutions, teachers, students, and organizations in promoting and improving online education globally. We strongly support the development and application of new concepts and technology geared towards online learning. We greatly encourage the setting of policies and standards as well as building and sustaining partnerships.
We know the power of online education.http://www.goalonlinelearning.org