UST Faculty Member Creates App for UNESCO Sustainable Agriculture Literacy Projects

UNIVERSITY of Santo Tomas’ College of Information and Computing Sciences Faculty Member Assoc. Professor Noel Estrella has recently developed a web-based application that will provide content and information management for a number of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO ) as applied in his home town of Barangay Batia in Bocaue, Bulacan.

Estrella’s Sustainable Organic Agriculture Project, or “SOAP,” allows various stakeholders to upload relevant and timely digital content that will eventually improve search databases and search engines. It also finds practical use in education, government, finance, healthcare, and e-commerce, serving as a repository for videos, images, and files in easy-to-retrieve templates and modules.

The app can also work as a content management system that facilitates seamless data processing and input for multiple end users. Additional features allow users to receive notifications of news, as well as project and message updates.

He can also renew the profile of the administrator, team leader and other identified members; upload documents, graphics, images and videos for project updates; save and view all Family Literacy Team projects and events from different countries, including articles, pictures, documents and videos; and allow guest users to view Family Literacy Team events.

Estrella published her research article in the International Journal of Economics, Commerce, and Management in its December 2021 issue.

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