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Public Forum with the Nominees for the Dean Position PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 08 December 2009
A public forum with the Nominees for the Dean position was held last October 29 at the UP College of Dentistry Auditorium.  The UPM Administration officers led by Chancellor Arcadio organized this event as part of the Dean Selection process.  The nominees (Dr. Angie Atienza, Dr. Danny Magtanong, Dr. Vic Medina and Dr. Heherson Tumang) were all given a few minutes to present their goals, programs, projects and their vision for the college if they would be appointed to serve as Dean for the next 3 years.  They were also asked to answer some questions prepared by the Chancellor's office on key issues facing the College of Dentistry.  Also present in the event were the faculty members, representatives of the UP Dental Alumni Association, students, non-academic personnel and the incumbent dean, Dr. Elizabeth De Castro. (view photos below)
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Facebook As a Communication Tool For Community Organizations PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 15 October 2009

Here's a good topic discussing how organizations can employ free online social networking tools as a communication tool for their community and professional organizations. News updates and announcements can be posted and easily be disseminated to members of their group/s in any part of the world as long as there is internet access. Social networking tools has become very popular worldwide and maybe it's high time that we take advantage of its practical uses.
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Facebook As a Communication Tool For Community Organizations
By Crystal Coleman


Small community organizations, such as parent committees, book clubs, sports associations, or service groups struggle to communicate effectively with their members and the communities surrounding them.
  • Limited resources make newspaper or other form of print marketing cost restrictive.
  • Telephone communication can be cumbersome and time consuming.
  • Meetings can be poorly attended or ineffective.
The rise of social networking as a communication medium has implications beyond personal socializing or business networking; it can now be considered a valid tool for community groups. Facebook should be an obvious choice for an organization seeking the benefits of social networking.

On an individual basis, Facebook members will likely have members from their local communities on their friends lists, the audience (or a portion thereof) is already reachable without any ground work; your organization now has an immediately available and concrete audience built-in from the start. New members can easily sign up to Facebook and become part of a network that quickly reproduces itself.

There are multiple ways a message can be shared, two of which being: status updates posted and viewed by friends from personal pages, and through the use of Facebook Pages (formerly Groups). A Page has built-in messaging systems by way of wall posts and a discussion area, in addition to posting features by way of status updates broadcast to all Fans (think group members), and private messages delivered to each Fans' inbox. With the click of a button, the administrators can send an update to the Fans.

To become a Fan is easy; one simply follows a link that the administrators of the page have sent as an invite. Alternatively, individuals can look up a page and become a member by navigating to the website itself. Other useful features of a Facebook Page:
  • Events can be published to a shared calendar
  • Documents can be uploaded for universal group use
  • External links and photos can be shared.
Community organizations struggle to have their message heard, whether it be to their members, or to those within the community. Social networking sites, like Facebook, offer organizations the opportunity to provide universally accessible, clear and dynamic information on events, meetings, fund-raising initiatives, and other group information. The possibilities are virtually endless!


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Dean Selection Process PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 14 October 2009

05 October 2009 

MEMORANDUM NO. RLA 09 - 92  

To : The Academic Community of UP Manila                                    

  • Faculty Members                                   
  • Students                                   
  • Administrative Staff, REPS                                   
  • Alumni 

Through : The Respective Deans, PGH Director, NIH Executive Director, Chancellor’s Management Team, Heads of Academic and Administrative Offices 

Subject : Call for Nomination and Consultation Process for the Next Dean of the College of Dentistry

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Download Links for Open Office PDF Print E-mail
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Written by charlieddm   
Tuesday, 13 October 2009

In line with the University of the Philippines Manila's thrust in shifting from commercial/proprietary software to open source, all of us are encouraged to make an effort to understand and learn how to use these software.  Open source software is Free.  One of the most popular of these is the openoffice which is a suite or bundle of software considered as a counterpart of the popular MS Office Suite. This may be directly downloaded from its official site at http://openoffice.org/

Learn more about Open source particularly the OpenOffice by following these download links.

Download links and User Guides for OpenOffice.org 3.x

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How to Write a Letter With OpenOffice Or NeoOffice Letter Wizard PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 13 October 2009
How to Write a Letter With OpenOffice Or NeoOffice Letter Wizard
By Ugur Akinci


In case you don't know, OpenOffice is an amazingly powerful office suite, at least as good as the MS Office suite. It's also free. Search for "OpenOffice" on Google to download it from the OpenOffice site. (Note: if you own a Mac, try NeoOffice. It runs much better on a Mac but basically it's the same suite.)

Select the Text Document option from the OpenOffice menu to display the OO word processor.

This word processor will not write your letters for you automatically but it's got a built-in Letter Wizard to help you get the basic structural elements right.

Select File > Wizards > Letter from the menu to display the Letter Wizard. (Note the Fax, Agenda, Presentation, and Web Page wizards as well!)

Select from one of the following Letter Type options: Business Letter, Formal Personal Letter, Personal Letter.

The first two letters come with three Page Design options: Elegant, Modern, Office.

The Personal Letter comes with the following Page Design options: Bottle, Mail, Marine, Red Line.

Once you select your Letter Type and Page Design Style, you click Next to display the...

Printed Items screen allows you to include (or exclude) the following letter elements: Logo, Return address in envelope window, Subject Line, Salutation, Fold Marks, Complimentary Close, and Footer.

Click Next and you get the...

Recipient and Sender screen allows you to enter the Sender's Address and the Recipient's Address.

Click Next to the...

The Footer screen allows you to type in any footer text you like, with two additional options: you can include page numbers and/or include the footer only on the second and following pages but not on the first page.

Click Next...

The Name and Location screen allows you to attach a name to your template and save it in any file you like on your computer so that you can easily load it up and use it for other letters in the future.

And lastly, after you finish making the right choices for your template, the Letter Wizard asks you how to proceed.

You can then go ahead and create a letter from the template you've just created or make manual changes to the template. You can for example replace all the icons and images in the template with your own custom-designed logos and images, etc.

A perfect letter wizard from a fully-equipped office suite that costs you zilch, zero, nada.

Note: You can open all your MS WORD documents inside OpenOffice without a hitch and when you're done reading or editing them, re-save them as MS Office documents.

I've been using OpenOffice (on Windows and Linux machines) and NeoOffice (on a MacBook) for the last 3 years without any problems whatsoever. (This very article, for example, is written with the NeoOffice word processor.)

Go ahead. Make your day! It might be a very bright one that costs you nothing.


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How to Write and Design a Slide Presentation With OpenOffice Or NeoOffice Presentation Wizard PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 13 October 2009
How to Write and Design a Slide Presentation With OpenOffice Or NeoOffice Presentation Wizard
By [http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Ugur_Akinci]Ugur Akinci

If you think you need to have MS PowerPoint to prepare a great presentation, I have to disagree respectfully. Actually there is a free alternative that does just as well, if not better.

OpenOffice (OO) and its Mac-version NeoOffice (NO) are two amazingly powerful and complete office suites with their built-in Presentation Program called Impress, which in my judgment is as good as MS PowerPoint. And... it also happens to be FREE. Search for "OpenOffice" and "NeoOffice" on the Google to download them from their respective sites.

Here is how to design and prepare a great Presentation by using OO or NO Presentation Wizard.

Select the Text Document option from the OO/NO menu to display the word processor.

Select File > Wizards > Presentation from the menu to display the Fax Wizard. (Note the Letter, Fax, Agenda, and Web Page wizards as well!)

Or alternatively, you can also directly select File > Presentation from the OO/NO menu. That also displays the same Presentation Wizard.

SCREEN 1:

On the first screen (numbered 1) of the Presentation Wizard you can select from one of the following three types of presentation: a) Empty Presentation, b) From Template, or c) "Open Existing Presentation."

a) If you select Empty Presentation option on SCREEN 1, you click Next and move on to the other wizard screens. (See SCREEN 2)

b) If you select From Template option on SCREEN 1, the wizard allows you to select from one the two modest built-in business templates available: Introducing a New Product, and Recommendation of a Strategy.

This same screen allows you to select a Presentation Background as well: Dark Blue with Orang, or Subtle Accents (my personal favorite).

You then click Next and move on to the other wizard screens. (See SCREEN 2)

c) If you open an existing presentation, the wizard will allow you to browse for it on your hard drive. Once you select and open the presentation, the wizard will carry you to the full-fledged editing window of the Impress application.

There, just like in MS PowerPoint, you can select from a variety of Master Pages, make any text edits you want on any slide, include a dizzying array of graphic elements, call-outs, images, and even manipulate the images (like rotating, etc.) The number of things that you can do both to your presentation template and the individual slides themselves is too long and has to be experienced in person to be appreciated. (All that from a totally FREE application!)

NOTE: Both OO and NO open any MS PowerPoint presentation perfectly well, without any problem! And once you're through, you can again save them in MS PowerPoint format and no one would ever know the difference.

Click Next to advance to the next screen.

SCREEN 2:

On the second screen (numbered 2) of the Presentation Wizard, you are allowed to select a Slide Design.

Here there's a seeming-repetition that may confuse some users since the wizard again asks you to select a Presentation style and Presentation Background, the same options offered in SCREEN 1. However, that's not a repetition of you 've chosen the Empty Presentation option in the previous screen.

SCREEN 2 also allows you to select from one of the following Output Medium options: Original, Overhead sheet, Paper, Screen, Slide (my personal favorite).

Click Next to advance to the next screen.

SCREEN 3:

This is where the fun really begins because you get to choose from a bewildering variety of Transition Effects, yeaah!

The Effect drop-down list presents you with over two dozen transition options like "Wipe Down", "Uncover Left", "Wheel Clockwise, 3 Spokes" etc. If the Preview check-box under the mini-preview window is selected, you can actually see in real-time each of these effects as you select them!

The Speed drop-down list allows you to select one of the three available transition speeds: Slow, Medium, Fast.

After that you can also decide whether you'd like to advance from one slide to another by Default (manually), or Automatically.

If you select Automatic, then the wizard also allows you to select the Duration of Page and the Duration of Pause in between the slides.

Click Next to advance to the next screen.

SCREEN 4:

On the fourth screen (numbered 4) of the Presentation Wizard, you are allowed to type in the following general template information:

What is you name and the name of your company? What is the subject of your presentation? Any further ideas to be presented?

Click Next to advance to the next screen.

SCREEN 5:

On the fifth screen (numbered 5) of the Presentation Wizard, you'll be able to select the pages that you'd like to display as a part of your presentation.

Depending on the combination of the choices you've made in the earlier screens, you will be presented a dynamic list of page options.

For example, if you select "Introducing a New Product" template in SCREEN 1, on SCREEN 5 you'll have the following page options:

Title, Long-Term Goal, Customer Wishes, Fulfilling Customer Needs, Cost Analysis, Strengths and Advantages, Next Steps of Action.

If, on the other hand, you select "Recommendation of a Strategy" template in SCREEN 1, on SCREEN 5 you'll have the following page options:

Title, Overview, Long-Term Goal, The Present Situation, Development Up to present, Potential Alternatives, and Recommendation.

NOTE: No matter which kind of page list you are presented, you can always select and un-select each individual page to further customize your slide presentation.

After making all these choices you click the Create button to go directly into the full-fledged editing window of Impress.

And once you are there you can more or less take every editing action that's available in MS PowerPoint, including selecting from a variety of Master Pages, making text edits on any slide, including a dizzying array of graphic elements, call-outs, images, and you can even manipulate the images (like rotating, etc.) to suit your taste and needs.

This editing window further offers you the alternative to work in the following editing modes:

Normal, Outline, Notes, Handout, and Slide Sorter.

You have no idea how powerful and complete this free presentation program is until you use it.

When you are done, you can select File > Save As from your menu and save your presentation in over a dozen presentation formats including (but of course!) MS PowerPoint.

A perfect Presentation wizard and application from a fully-equipped office suite that costs you zilch, zero, nada.

Go ahead. Whip up that great Presentation in no time and impress both your boss and your audience today!

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