An application submitted by Mountain Province State Polytechnic College (MPSPC) was approved by the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd), for the electronic library (e-lib) connectivity which will allow students, faculty, and staff to have a wider avenue and greater access to the newest trends in the information and communication technology (ICT) industry. This project on e-library connection of the state-run higher education, is the first out of the eleven government funded projects that have been realised this year in connection with its pending application for accreditation of some of its courses.
Dr Nieves A Dacyon, MPSPC president, said the e-library connection is a collaborative project of the National Library of the Philippines, University of the Philippines system, CHEd, Department of Science and Technology (DoST), and the higher education institution based in the province to boost its chances of being the third university in the Cordillera. Provincial, municipal and school officials expressed their gratitude to CHEd Chairperson Patricia Licuanan for selecting MPSPC as a beneficiary of the e-library project, citing that the renewal of the project in the coming years will be beneficial in enhancing the downloading of information to the grassroots level which is one of the major thrusts of the Aquino administration.
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