Recently, more than 50 faculty from the Association of Computing Education Deans & Programs Heads (ACED.PH) partnered institutions in the Philippines attended an Oracle Academy virtual event that introduced the wide range of Oracle Academy Java teaching resources. The event was a great opportunity for faculty to learn about the latest Java teaching resources and connect with other professionals in their field.
During the event, Oracle Academy country manager Michelle Gao highlighted the benefits of the program, emphasizing the many resources available to support faculty in delivering high-quality Java education. With a focus on practical, project-based learning, Oracle Academy's Java resources are designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in today's technology-driven workforce.
The event's main speaker was Oracle Academy principal instructor Jian Li, who provided a detailed overview of the Java teaching resources available to faculty. Li explained how these resources can be customized to meet the unique needs of individual institutions and students, and how Oracle Academy provides ongoing support to help ensure successful implementation.
Two faculty members from Angeles University Foundation sharing their positive experiences in teaching Java with Oracle Academy resources. And the attendees were highly engaged and asked many questions during the Q&A session, which was a testament to the interest and enthusiasm for the topic.
The event was also an opportunity for the ACED.PH and Oracle Academy to celebrate their ongoing partnership. The chair of ACED.PH, Lilibeth Cuison from Angeles University Foundation, provided a summary of the past two years of collaboration, highlighting the success of joint initiatives and the impact of Oracle Academy resources on student outcomes.
In summary, the Oracle Academy event was a huge success and a testament to the quality of the resources available to educators. With the support of Oracle Academy, faculty members have the tools and knowledge they need to deliver high-quality Java education and prepare students for success in the tech industry.
We look forward to seeing the impact of these resources on the next generation of technology leaders, and to continuing our partnership with ACED.PH to support faculty in delivering high-quality education.