Design and Demonstration of a Resilient Content Distribution and Remote Asynchronous Learning Platform
The study aims to provide a software and hardware platform for asynchronous content distribution and content management with the goal of augmenting and supporting remote learning workflows for both instructors and students in low-bandwidth situations; which is the prevailing condition in the country. The intent of the project is to enable individual school units the ability to prepare; store; and act upon educational materials for students where bandwidth is limited or non-existent without the need to install and maintain on-site traditional ICT infrastructure or rely on cloud-enabled services that require always-on connectivity. This comes at a time when the need to have a risk resilience and disaster mitigation plan for education amidst the COVID-19 pandemic-induced restrictions to human mobility leading to social isolation of educators and students alike.
Cruz, X. M. M., Honrado, J. L. E., Libatique, N. J. C., Tangonan, G. L., Oppus, C. M., Cabacungan, P. M., Mamaradlo, J. P. A., Mercado, N. A. M., Dela Cruz, J. A., Dela Cruz, J. A., & Cruz, J. G. (2021). Design and demonstration of a resilient content distribution and remote asynchronous learning platform. Adjunct Proceedings of the 2021 International Conference on Distributed Computing and Networking, 98–103. https://doi.org/10.1145/3427477.3428190