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Guidelines on Webinar Sessions – DepEd

The Department of Education (DepEd) releases a guidelines on webinar sessions.

OUA MEMO 00-0520-0005
04 May 2020

For: Regional Directors, Schools Division Superintendents, Public Schools District Supervisors, and School Heads


The Office of the Undersecretary for Administration (OUA) through the Information and Communications Technology Service (ICTS) supports the initiatives of our partners and stakeholders in hosting different webinar sessions. As part of the new normal, training development and upskilling have become the trend in helping the teaching profession further.

With the great demand in attending different webinar sessions, the public is strongly reminded to make sure that they always validate the legitimacy of the companies or groups conducting the sessions. Likewise, the use of DepEd seal should be in accordance to DepEd Order No. 63, 2. 2011, and must not be used to misinterpret or mislead the public in any activity not sanctioned by the Department. Accordingly, webinar sessions must be first approved by the Regional Office or Schools Division Office prior to its conduct and posting in social media or the web.

The ICTS-Educational Technology Unit (ETU) provides free webinar session via Facebook Live at and YouTube Live Stream at covering topics about emerging technologies, Open Educational Resources, ICT skills development program and distance earning modalities. The webinar sessions are recorded to allow future reference and review. Teachers are highly encouraged to participate and learn new skills aligned with the DepEd Digital Rise Program.

For dissemination and appropriate action.




8 thoughts on “Guidelines on Webinar Sessions – DepEd”

  1. Summer time for me, after relaxing a bit is a time to review/reallign on emerging trends in education specially with developing student knowledge on technology. I am very grateful for the opportunity to learn these given by different providers and also its convenience to learn or relearn. Getting certificates after, validates learning and gives happiness amidst the problem all of us are facing.

  2. I believe webinar sessions provided by DepEd are all essential to improve teaching pedagogy in this Upgrading season. However, for a teacher like me who doesn’t have stable internet connection, I can’t catch up with the instructions and I keep on having a hard time to comply with the necessary outputs.

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