IFSU thanks Japanese organization for 100 tablets donation

LAMUT, Ifugao (PIA)–The Ifugao State University (IFSU) expressed gratitude to the Basic Human Needs (BHN) Association, a government-accredited non-profit organization based in Tokyo, Japan, for donating 100 tablets to help students in this age of digital learning.

“We are well aware of the substantial amount of work required to meet and maintain high standards in education. We will move closer to achieving our objective with the tablets you donated for educational purposes. We are thankful for your kindness and generosity that will make a difference in the lives of our students,” IFSU President Dr. Eva Marie Codamon-Dugyon stated.

The tablets were handed out to the six colleges of IFSU- Lamut campus namely the College of Health Sciences, College of Education, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Computing Sciences, College of Agriculture and Home Sciences, and the College of Criminal Justice Education.

The gadgets will be installed with electronic books for easier access to various knowledge, and will be placed in the college libraries for easy access to students por their research-related activities, stated Campus Executive Director of Lamut Campus Nathaniel F. Dimog.

The information and communication technology gadget donation are an offshoot of the partnership between IFSU and Kobe Gakuin University. (JDP/FBR- PIA CAR, Ifugao)

Campus Executive Director Nathaniel Dimog of IFSU Lamut Campus leads the turnover of the 100 tablets to the six Colleges of Lamut campus. Photo: IFSU

Online Ceremony for the turnover of the 100 ICT gadgets from the Basic Human Needs led by President Hideo Ino to Ifugao State University led by University President Dr. Eva Marie Codamon-Dugyon. Photo: IFSU

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