The Teaching and Learning Resource Center is fully committed to the enhancement of the teaching and learning process, and the provision of effective services to students and faculty of the university.
The Interactive Learning Program supports the teaching and learning requirements of the university by giving assistance to the faculty in designing, developing, implementing, and evaluating instructional materials for students and by providing alternative venues for learning activities that utilize the latest advancements in electronic, multimedia and internet technologies.
A center fully committed to the enhancement of the teaching and learning process guided by education principles, rendering effective services to the students and faculty of the University.
To all UPV Faculty Members,
Please be informed that the downloadable Application Form for TLRC Interdisciplinary Course Module Development Grant is available at the "Archive-News" section of this website or copy the link (goo.gl/qTaW5V) if you are logged in with your UP email. Deadline for submission of proposal is on MARCH 15, 2017.
To help students in their academic requirements, TLRC offers easy access to computers and the internet. Students who have registered at the TLRC at the beginning of every semester have the privilege of free 30 hours of computer and internet use. Students who are doing their thesis or special problem are also given additional free 15 hours of computer use upon presenting certification from their respective advisers.
The TLRC computers are all connected to the internet and printer and operate in the Linux operating system and the OpenOffice.org applications. The TLRC is also a wifi zone and thus, students and faculty may access the internet provided that their computers are registered at the Data and Information Systems Program (DISP).
The TLRC has two audio-visual rooms fully equipped with mutlimedia projector, television set, projector screen and DVD player. The Interactive Learning Program audio-visual room can accommodate a maximum of 100 persons while the TLRC audio-visual room can accommodate a maximum of 50 persons. The audio-visual rooms are available for film showing, semniars and fora.
The TLRC has a collection of reading materials (e.g. Newsweek, Reader's Digest, National Daily newspapers, Time Magazine, pocketbooks, and modules) which the students can borrow and read at the TLRC. The pocketbooks may also be borrowed by Book Club members for two weeks.
The Movie Club has a collection of more than 600 films in different genre e.g. action, drama, love story, documentary, adventure, suspense, animated, and Filipino classic.
Faculty and staff can also borrow pocketbooks and films from TLRC after applying for membership.
The Nook addresses a vital need for additional study and rest areas for students and faculty. The establishment of this facility is in accordance with the Center's vision of enhancing the teaching and learning process by providing a nurturing environment for both the students and the faculty of the university. The area features cemented round tables and seats as well as outdoor bamboo tables and benches.
The Students' Lounge serves as a special nook for students to study, play, and engage in healthy and nurturing activities. Specifically, the Students' Lounge serves as
The lounge is furnished with bean bags, sofas, mats, tables, and chairs. Chess boards and other board games are also available for students' recreation.
The TLRC provides self-instructional learning modules for students who wish to do individual study supplement classroom learning. The available learning modules, which are published by the UP System, are in the areas of Communication, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, and Natural Sciences.
A review of basic teaching principles and values together with effective teaching models, methods, and strategies by UPV faculty members helps in improving and enhancing the teaching-learning environment in the university. The TLRC in collaboration with the Division of Professional Education and the College of Arts and Sciences offers the Teaching Act Program. This program provides teachers’ training for creative application of the basic principles of teaching.
The Summer Bridge Program (SBP) is an intensive course intended for incoming freshmen, which specifically aims to: 1) bridge the gap between high school exit skills and expected college entry skills; and 2) upgrade students’ capacity to meet the demands of UP education particularly in Mathematics.
The TLRC Big-Time Access card (T-BAC) serves as payment to all TLRC services. This card is in two denominations: 50 and 100 pesos. This card is transferrable, that is, students can share the card use as long as there is a remaining amount.
To use the card, the student will present it to the TLRC staff before availing a particular service. The TLRC staff will deduct the amount of a particular service and write the remaining balance for close monitoring.