UST Educational Technology Center Director Asst. Prof. Anna
Cherylle M. Ramos and College of Education faculty member, has been
named one of the 12 university scholars for the Audiovisual Learning Materials – Management, Production and Activities (AVLM) International Training Programme (ITP) by the Flemish Interuniversity Council for University Development Cooperation (VLIR-UOS).
Ramos was chosen among over 150 applications. She will study in KU Leuven, Belgium, which is recognized as Europe’s most innovative university and the only nonAmerican University that ranks fifth in the world.
The AVLM training course will run from February 5 until March 30, 2018. It is an intensive program held at the KU Leuven’s Institute for Media and Learning /Instituut voor Media en Leren (LIMEL) intended to enhance the skills and competencies of educational support units of universities
under the field of new educational technologies and the production and
integration of interactive learning materials.
It also aims to place competent leaders at different universities that have the following qualities: a clear vision on policy development, with competencies to manage and create interactive learning materials,
and has the ability to organize and develop new learning activities by skillfully using appropriate technological tools.
The scholarship was awarded by VLIRUOS, a public institution that was founded by the Flemish Interuniversity Council which supports partnerships between universities and university colleges, in Flanders and in the South, looking for innovative responses
to global and local challenges