Jerry Liao to discuss impact of Web 2.0 in education with TechTutor seminar

Technological achievements in the modern world are not only the convenience for the people around the globe, but also an incentive for the younger generations to review and develop their own thinking and ideas to advance the technology even further.

It is very important that every education, may it be from the lower primary to the PhD level, should all include the trace of technology in the process according to the level most suitable.

Even in any general education class or activity, the use of technology is highly encouraged for a better understanding and wider approach of the students from their very initial learning years.

The implementation of slideshows, computer research, and the involvement of latest gadgets and devices in the science subjects prepares the students for their upcoming challenge of living up to the expectations of the modern world solely dependent on technology. Therefore, it is also a major benefit for the upcoming generations to continue with the hold of the most developed technological field going on these days.

In this light, Jerry Liao of Infochat would like to invite you to join “Tech Tutor”, a seminar designed for Learners, Educators, Experts and Parents.

The conference aims to explore the impact of Web 2.0 on Technology Enhanced Learning. The next generation of eLearning, eLearning 2.0, will involve computer-based communication, information sharing, inter-operability, and collaboration to support learning. Evolving technologies that impact on learning include web-based communities, hosted services, and applications such as social-networking sites, video-sharing sites, video and audio podcasting, wikis, blogs, social bookmarking, RSS, and social tagging. The conference aims to examine the impact and potential exploitation of these technologies in an educational setting.

The aim is to:
– facilitate collaboration between learners, educators, parents, and experts
– explore the potential impact of Web 2.0 on technology enhanced learning
– spread good practice in the use of Web 2.0 and learning technology
– consider evolving pedagogical approaches using Web 2.0
– raise the profile of research in learning technology

Techtutor will also be joined by more than 20 industry leaders showcasing their latest products, services and solutions.

So don’t be left behind – Discover the next generation of learning by joining Jerry Liao’s Techtutor seminar on September 16 and 17 at the SM Megatrade Hall 3. Tickets are available at all SM Ticketnet outlets.

For more information, call Ticketnet at 911-5555 or visit

4 comments so far

  1. Patrick on

    Hi! I found the Tech Tutor advertisement/announcement a little vague and I have some questions with regard to the schedule and programme. It is in the poster that the seminar will be from Sept 16-17, 10-1PM/2-5PM. Does it mean it is a 2-day seminar? Or a 1-day seminar with the same topics discussed per day on both the 16th and 17th? Also, will the 10-1PM have the same topics as 2-5PM? Or 2-5PM will be a continuation of 10-1PM? Thank you.

  2. Ben on

    Are you going to have the same content in both Sept. 16 and 17 TechTutor?

  3. xela.journalista on

    good day sir !

    i’m from PUP sta. mesa campus and behalf of our section, we would like to give our deepest gratitude to you ..

    even though , we’re not i.t students ..
    your seminar really helped us alot . maraming salamat po !!

    It is a success! congrats po ..
    we hope meeting you soon :))


  4. andrea on

    I want to commend the team who produced this seminar, I look forward to attend again. The seminar happened last Sept. 17, 2009 Thursday at the Megatrae Hall in SM Megamall. We really enjoyed it.

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