JULY 22, 2011 – Fast, smooth, and easy – these are the words to describe the Online Student Government Elections held recently at
Facilitated by Activity Coordinator Mark Zion E. Bonda, DIWA Learning Systems Inc e-Learning Specialist Lhia Clarielle Hernandez, and DCC on-site Learning Integration Specialist Emmelyn Carilla, the online election was a success for it allowed easy voting and fast-generating results.
DCC students waved goodbye to old-fashioned ballots and manual counting of results and welcomed a fast and automated election through Genyo e-Learning, particularly its Online Survey feature.
The participants- consisting of Grades Four (4-Evangelists and 4-Psalmists), Grades Five (5-Beatitudes and 5-Pentateuch), Grades Six (6-St. Francis de Sales and 6-St. Jane de Chantal), and teachers- uttered positive feedbacks after voting for their bets. “It’s very easy, and it just took me few minutes to vote,” said one student.
Mr. Mark Bonda recounted the reason why he opted to integrate Genyo in conducting student elections is because they have tried it last year and he was able to witness its wonders. “The automated elections through Genyo made the voting process very easy. Few clicks already assure you that your vote is in, safe. Plus, the results can be generated right away,” he remarked.
And with just a click of a button, the results are in. Cavinians instantly met their new set of officers for this school year:
President: Mary Lanelle Ballado
Vice President: John Anthony Africa
Secretary: Maria Bianca Joyce Balugo
Treasurer: Sophia Lorraine Escanela
Auditor: Paulina Sarreal
Senators: (Grade Six) Markus Miguel Angelo Alcera, Shainne Antonette Escano, Rikkimae Gutierrez, and Jan Arjay Magana; (Grade Five) John Eduard Magana, Marlon James Panlilio, and Alexandra Tan; (Grade Four) Matthew Gabriel Alcera, Nicole Karen Dela Cruz, and Mari Emmanuelle Rico.
With Genyo e-Learning, a much-improved way of having school elections becomes possible. Thanks to Genyo, voting in schools is now made hassle-free!