Marubeni Scholarship Foundation founded in 1989 is aimed to assist less-privileged young men and women to acquire technical education. They found a new kind of friendship through the help of Xepto and its provision for Xepto Digital Classroom (XDC). This February 12, 2019, MSF signed a contract with Xepto and the Department of Education for an XDC package and awarded this endowment to the Amadeo Elementary School in Cavite.
Part of the endowment is the capacity-building of the teachers who will develop ICT competency skills particularly in creating courses in a blended learning approach.●
In the last quarter of 2018, Xepto was engaged through another digital education partnership. This time, it was a very promising collaboration with the visionary leader of San Antonio, San Pedro, Laguna,
Barangay Captain Eugenio S. Ynion Jr. He was instrumental in using the funds for the barangay and sourcing other funds to support the creation of a digital classroom in the public high schools of the said locality.
By the end of 2018, there were two campuses of Barangay San Antonio, the Adelina 1 National High School and the Southville 3A National High School under the the principalship of Mr. Daniel Tec and Dr. Fe Pascual, were each equipped with the Xepto Digital Classrooms.
This Xepto Digital Classroom includes 41 thin clients connected to servers, with remote power management and server performance monitoring, a Xepto Learning Management System with carefully selected curated content for Math, Science and English bundled with a variety of productivity tools.
At present, the two campuses are active in using the XDC in their Math, MAPE, TLE and Filipino subjects delivery.●
In an article posted in DealStreet Asia, Xepto Computing was mentioned as one of the big projects in cloud-based e-learning that Narra Ventures is currently working on.
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Adopting a proposal from the private industry, the government, through the Department of Science and Technology, launched project CloudTop.
CloudTop aims to provide educational technology solutions for public schools which includes access to e-learning resources by remote schools. Xepto Computing, Inc. was awarded contracts for the development of some of the key components of the project namely, the thin clients. It was also tasked to assist in the integration of other components developed by teams headed by professors from the University of the Philippines.