Following the declaration of the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ), the Unibersidad de Manila (UDM) will continue holding asynchronous classes until April 30.
Asynchronous learning is a learning that does not require real-time interaction. It can be done through offline videos, materials, and educational resources provided beforehand by the teachers or professors.
In a memorandum released on April 11, professors are advised to upload all their lessons, modules, and other activities in UDMoodle or any applicable platforms.
All faculty members are also instructed to be available for consultation.
Submission of requirements shall be done one week after the MECQ.
On Sunday, April 11, President Duterte placed Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal under the less restrictive MECQ from April 12 to April 30.