Resolving current UVLê issues ( August 12 maintenance)

 

You may have experienced errors and/or issues in logging-in and accessing your UVLê course pages after the scheduled maintenance last August 12, 2017.  The page loading error is due to security certificates related to the use of HTTPS to access UVLê.  To avoid such issue and thus the page loading errors, clear your browser’s memory and/or cache.  You may follow the steps below.  (Note: Please save your online work before clearing the browsing data. You may be logged out in your current session after following the steps below.)

 

In Google Chrome:

  1. In Google Chrome toolbar, find and click the  icon. Hover or move the cursor to More tools and click Clear browsing data.

  1. In the Clear browsing data check “Cached images and files” and optionally the “Cookies and other site data”.

  1. Then click the button Clear browsing data .
  2. Restart Google Chrome and access UVLê again.

 

In Firefox:

  1. In Firefox’s toolbar, find and click the   icon. Look for the Preferences icon and then click.
  2. In the Preferences, navigate to the Privacy.

  1. In the Privacy settings, clickclear your recent history.

  1. In the Clear All History, set Time range to clear to “Everything“ and check “Cookies”, “Cache”, and “Offline Website Data”.

  1. Then click Clear Now button .
  2. Restart Firefox and access UVLê again.

 

In Apple Safari:

  1. In Mac, navigate to the left corner beside the apple icon to click Safari. Find and click Preferences.

  1. In the Preferences, navigate to Privacy  section and click Manage Website Data.

  1. Search uvle.upd.edu.ph in the search box and select uvle.upd.edu.ph in the list. Click Remove  button.

  1. Then click Done .

 

In Internet Explorer / Microsoft Edge:

  1. Navigate to the right corner and look for the More icon  . Click this icon and select Settings.
  2. Scroll down to Clear browsing data option and click the “Choose what to clear” button.

  1. In the Clear browsing data check “Cached data and files” and the “Cookies and saved website data”.

  1. Click the “Clear” button.
  2. Restart your browser and access UVLê.

 

Basics of Teaching with UVLê for CSSP Department of Psychology July 10, 2017

ILC Diliman and Department of Psychology had a training/workshop of Basics of Teaching with UVLê on July 10 - 12, 2017, at ILC Diliman Laboratory lead by Joseph Ryan Lansangan current director of ILC Diliman.

      

The training was started last July 10, 2017, 8-5pm and finished July 12, 2017, at ILC Diliman Office for a one on one training to those who aren't finished the training/workshop. The training/workshop covered the basic features and how to’s of UVLê. The training/workshop highlighted the role of technology particularly the why’s and advantages of using an LMS to engage student participation and enhance learning, teaching strategies using EdTech Tools and so on.

The training/workshop had a hands-on training that focuses on how to use UVLê such as Navigating the UVLê Homepage and these are My Dashboard, My Messages, and My Private Files. The hands-on training also includes Managing the Course Page, Putting Content such as uploading files, sharing online links or webpages and working with pages/labels for images/videos for embedding and adding resource links.

 

 

The training/workshop was partly delivered online with training materials readily available to participants via a newly developed training course (in UVLê), and online consultations and follow-throughs were provided/encouraged even after the end of the training.

Basics of Teaching with UVLê for TEC June 09, 2017

ILC Diliman conducted a short training / seminar-workshop on “Basics of Teaching with UVLê” for TEC last June 09, 2017 at the Institute for Small Scale Industries (ISSI).

The short training / seminar-workshop covered the basic features and how-to’s of UVLê (short for University Virtual Learning Environment), the university’s learning management system (LMS).  The seminar-workshop also highlighted the role of technology in student learning, particularly the why’s and advantages of using an LMS to engage student participation and enhance learning. The teacher was Mr. Joseph Ryan Lansangan, the current director of ILC Diliman and the assistants are Melody Briola, Rowena Moralejo, Tristan Jake Alcantara and John Mark Roco.

The seminar-workshop had a different format compared to the previous UVLê training runs.  It was partly delivered online, with training materials readily available to participants via a newly developed training course (in UVLê), and online consultations and follow-throughs were provided/encouraged even after the end of the training.