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Integrating Local Knowledge into Higher Education for 21st Century Learners

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Local Knowledge
is a complex set of knowledge systems rooted in the context of a community within a defined territory, collectively owned and shared by the people, and identifies with their way of life.
18 partners- academic excellence & leadership in the region and expertise in local knowledge & digital tools.
leading network of academic institutions in Asia for the advancement of local knowledge in whole person education.
vital network of support for academic professionals on information exchange and local knowledge management using new and cost-effective digital tools and applications.
4. In its strategic desire to contribute to social transformation, AURDN works toward creating sustainable communities in the local and national levels, in particular, and in the Asian region, in general.

2. It integrates local knowledge into the areas of instruction, research, extension and service learning;
1. AUDRN enhances the capacity of Asian higher education institutions in rediscovering, documenting, co-creating and sharing local knowledge using digital tools
AUDRN youth camp participants in the Sama Bajau community in Cebu
3. It advocates for the legitimacy of local knowledge as academic and the recognition of local communities as legitimate sources of knowledge
joined by their conviction in integrating local knowledge into the higher education curriculum.

"Preserving and Sharing Culture through Digital Tools"
- Duta Wacana Christian University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, March 2010
"Sharing Culture & Service-Learning through Digital Tools"
- Miriam College, QC, June 2010
“Discovering Local Knowledge in the 21st Century, Connecting Classrooms to the World"
- Miriam College, QC, May 2011
Weaving Local Knowledge into Asian Higher Education"
- Soegijapranata Catholic University, Semarang, Indonesia, May 2012
"Local Knowledge in a Globally Connected Village"-
Ateneo de Zamboanga University, University of San Carlos University, Silliman University, 2011
"Transforming Knowledge, Engaging Community-
Miriam College, 2011
Notre Dame of Jolo College
University of St. La Salle, Bacolod
Fr. Saturnino Urios University, Butuan City
De La Salle University, Dasmarinas, Cavite
University of St. Louis, Tuguegarao City
University of San Carlos, Cebu City
Ateneo de Zamboanga University
University of Sto. Tomas
Angeles University Foundation, Pampanga
Teaching and Learning Local Knowledge in the Digital Age -
One of the strategies to elicit support for the integration of local knowledge into higher education curriculum is the (re)discovery of local knowledge using
digital tools
Religion, Arts, Music & Heritage
"UST Likhang Bayan: A Documentation of Traditional Filipino Arts for Heritage Transmission through Digital Media"
Localizing Research:
Learners as Local Knowledge Bearers
Robert Panaguiton, Ph.D.
Ateneo de Zamboanga University
Integrating Local Knowledge into Instruction
Maraming Salamat!
Maria Lourdes Quisumbing-Baybay, Ph.D.
Miriam College
Integrating Local Knowledge into Higher Education for 21st Century Learners
La Inmaculada Concepcion, Dasmariñas, Cavite
Virgins of Cavite
Lang-ay festival
local knowledge meanings &

The Virgins of Cavite: Religiosity, Arts & History
Bernardo N. Sepeda, Ed.D.
Teresita P. Unabia
Rosanni R. Sarile
De La Salle University Dasmariñas
MC Native Tree Inventory and Digital Mapping
"My Hometown Project"
Dianne Rae Siriban, De La Salle Canlubang
Indigenous Peoples
The I’waks: Coping in a Changing World
River Tales:
Local Knowledge of River Systems Among Pulangiyen Talaandigs of Maramag, Bukidnon, Northern Mindanao

Dennis B. Coronel,
Ateneo de Davao

Lang-ay Festival:
Musings on Representation, Appropriation and Commodification of Culture
Christine De Vera, Miriam College
In Search of Indigenous/Traditional Knowledge & Practices of Tan-awan Village, Negros
Victoria Monteverde
West Negros University
Building Bridges Between Formal Laws and Living Laws: An Action Research on IP Laws in the Philippines
AUDRN Collaborative Research
Maglandang Kaw: A Young Higaunon Datu’s Endeavors in Pursuit of Development
The Customary Laws of the Indigenous Peoples of Don Salvador Benedicto,
Negros Occidental
Aetas of Porac:
A tale of Two Tribes
The Interplay Between the Bajau Customary Laws and the Formal Laws of the Philippines
Dumalongdong 2011: The Urian Experience
Mary Joy Yamson, Rex Makinano,
Giovanne Melvin R. Sanchez, Robert Aplacador
Father Saturnino Urios University
It provides an understanding of the experiences of the people rooted from a common history that generates similar worldviews and appreciation of their immediate, extended and external environments.
native theories
beliefs and spirituality
customs and traditions, including practices & local technology
traditional philosophies.
These include:
inclusive of the adaptive capacities of people
Noel Buensuceso, Miriam College
Facebook Open Group: AUDRN Local Knowledge Youth Camp
AUDRN Coordinators
AUDRN Advocates
Hiligaynon Lullaby:
A Multi-disciplinal Approach to the Preservation and Promotion of Music in the Vernacular
by Sheila L. Dingcong
Miriam College

Beyond Borders, 1st AUDRN National Convention
Saint Mary’s University
Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
Gene Prisco & Rhena Amor Dinerman
Father Saturnino Urios University
Robert Panaguiton, Ph.D.
Ateneo de , Zamboanga University
Arnold Bucud
Angeles University Foundation
Marife Varela & Virgilio Aguilar
University of St. La Salle Bacolod
Cynthia Loza, Ph.D. & Adrienne Zacarias, University of Sto. Tomas
Dennis Coronel
Ateneo de Davao University
Fe Yolanda Gatan Del Rosario, Ph. D.
Darwin Don M. Dacles, Ph. D.
Mr. Leonard Clemens L. Cadoy

Email: mbaybay@mc.edu.ph
Local Knowledge Research

Integration of Local Knowledge into Higher Education
"Promoting Native Filipino Food Ingredients through Digital 'Social Tags'"
Mark Garcia, Silliman University
Examples of Integration into the Curriculum
"This is my Herstory" project
Applied Arts
Maria Cecilia Marzan-Bartolay
"Miriam of Nazareth" activity for Art & Design:
Dolly Ofrasio
Students create an artwork depicting their own image of Mary and use it as a design for a greeting card, using digital software
Facebook page: "Indigenous Food Ingredients"

2. Uploading the research outputs into an e-portfolio, the Mahara, for monitoring
3. Making the digital documents available to students and the public
4. And integrating the research findings and documents into specific subjects.
1. Documenting local knowledge using digital tools
Training of faculty members through workshops and field camps is a three pronged approach
"We’ve Got FB! Now What?"
- De La Salle Canlubang & University of Baguio, 2010
1. Local knowledge meanings and research
"Integrating Local Knowledge into College Teaching & Learning"
- Miriam College, 2012
"Teaching and Learning Local Knowledge in the Digital Age"
2. Integration of Local knowledge into teaching and learning
3. Digital tools for research and instruction
"Mahara Masterclass for Research Grantees"
- Miriam College, 2012
University Network for Digital Knowledge, Indonesia (UNDK)

Photos from: http://icfheadquarters.blogspot.com/2011/08/icf-strategic-plan-101.html
PHOTOS from: http://filipspagnoli.wordpress.com/2008/09/19/the-shrinking-of-development-space-in-the-global-knowledge-economy-the-era-of-intellectual-property-rights-1/
Local Knowledge is threatened
the voices of local people deserve to be heard more readily
(Holmes & Crossley, 2004)
Educational institutions need to embrace the importance of local knowledge in this digital age.
AUDRN Modules
Module 4
- Local knowledge Management and Sharing/Disclosure + educational technology
Module 1
- Local knowledge: Meanings and Perspectives
Module 2
- Local knowledge Generation: Rediscovering, Collecting, & Co-creating
Module 3
- Local knowledge Integration: Bringing Culture and Context into the Classroom
"Module Writeshop on Creating Models of LK Class Integration"
- Central Philippine University, Angeles University Foundation, Ateneo de Davao University, 2012-2013
Local Knowledge in:
Research, Data Banking & Collections
Community Extension Programs

Physical Education
Dennis Sajo
Grace Bernal
Childhood Education
Mely Villanueva
Methods in Teaching Mathematics, Science, & Social Studies
Economics for Business Majors
Noel Buensuceso
problem-based learning
community-oriented medical education
and competency-based assessment
School of Medicine
Silliman University
Local Knowledge Computing
University of St. La Salle - Bacolod
University of St. Louis, Tuguegarao
Ateneo de Zamboanga University
Miriam College
Local Knowledge Integration in Different Subjects using Digital Tools
Agyamanak Apo!
Daghang Salamat!
Damo Gid Nga Salamat!
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