Interactive Learning Center

In light of the revitalization of the General Education Program and the numerous pedagogical applications of new technologies and in keeping with the modernization thrust of then President Francisco Nemenzo, the Board of Regents approved the establishment of an Interactive Learning Center in each of the constituent universities during its 1175th meeting on September 25, 2003.

The Center’s main function is to produce multimedia materials, monitor and evaluate applications for and outcomes of instructional multimedia projects, ensure the accessibility of materials to students and faculty, organize training sessions on instructional technologies, maintain and upgrade equipment and facilities and enforce policies that ensure the quality of materials.

On February 11, 2004, Chancellor Ricardo M. de Ungria issued Administrative Order No. 01, S-2004 establishing the Interactive Learning Center in UP Mindanao. It was finally inaugurated on February 20, 2004 by then UP President Francisco Nemenzo.
The UPMIN-ILC building is located behind the Elias B. Lopez Hall within the UP Mindanao campus. It is headed by the LRC Director which also served as the concurrent ILC Coordinator. The merged offices of the ILC and LRC are under the Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

Initially, the ILC was merged with The Learning Resource Center (LRC). However, recognizing the discrete mandates of the ILC and the LRC, Chancellor de Ungria issued AO No. RMU-2006-02 June 5, 2006, which reorganized the ILC and LRC as two (2) distinct offices. The ILC is now headed by a Director while the LRC is headed by a Coordinator. The ILC and LRC share the same building behind the EBL Hall. The ILC is equipped with an audio visual room, conference room, computer room and a production room.

• to support the interactive learning process through the development and production of multimedia materials primarily for undergraduate programs, including General Education courses
• to develop faculty expertise in the production and development of multi-media learning materials
• to enforce the standard of quality in keeping with the academic practice of peer reviewl; and
• to implement policies and guidelines for the development and production of interactive learning materials, including the University’s policy on intellectual property rights.


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