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Globe urges Filipino learners to access its eLibrary for free

Globe Telecom is supporting the distance learning experience of Filipino students as it urges them to take advantage of its massive eLibrary.
Globe urges Filipino learners to access its eLibrary for free
Globe eLibrary for Filipino learners 

Globe offering eLibrary for FREE

The telco giant is not only taking part in improving the country's connectivity state but also promoting quality education through its eLibrary, which can be accessed with the mobile app or website.

According to Globe, its eLibrary boasts hundreds of English classic titles, age-appropriate storybooks, eLearning videos, and other resource materials that can be viewed online or downloaded for later use.

This allows students, as well as teachers, to explore and read books, while traditional libraries have yet to be reopened amid the pandemic.

Globe said these English classic are available on the eLibrary:

Shakespearean tragedies Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Hamlet, and Julius Caesar; Robert Louis Stevenson’s travel memoir, Across the Plains; Moliere’s theatrical comedy, Tartuffe (The Hypocrite), Anthony Hope’s collection of short stories and novelettes, Tales of Two People; Oscar Wilde’s Essays and Lectures; and Mary Shelley’s science fiction horror Frankenstein (The Modern Prometheus), among others.

We want to promote the love of reading among the youth so they may achieve their full potential. Reading helps strengthen the brain and build vocabulary, and provides the needed mental exercise for a better understanding of the written word, especially a widely-used foreign language like English, said Yoly Crisanto, Globe Chief Sustainability Officer and SVP for Corporate Communications.

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