BATAAN PENINSULA STATE U ASKS STUDENTS TO SIGN GOOGLE FORM TO RECEIVE ‘ODILO’
THE BATAAN Peninsula State University advised its students and faculty members to fill up a form if they want access to an intelligent digital library.
The school said that teachers and students have to list up before they can receive access to ‘ODILO’, an online platform considered as the ‘Netflix for Education’.
“Greetings Peninsulares! To our faculty and currently enrolled students, kindly fill out this form to signify your intention to receive an access to ODILO through Central Luzon Digital Library Consortia,” it said.
“ODILO offers a personalized content collections. Users can access e-books, audiobooks, e-learning materials, videos and other multimedia titles, all in one place. The BPSU Libraries are entitled to 5,000 user access and we need to receive your responses until December 29, 2020,” the school said.
It gave assurances that data provided by the students will be kept confidential.
“Rest assured that the data you will provide will be used in the ODILO system only and be held in strict confidentiality by following the Data Privacy Act of 2012,” it said.