Technology-Enabled Learning Environment (TELE)


Classrooms at De La Salle University are equipped with a more intensive and extensive use of information technology in campus called the TELE project.

The computers are intended for the faculty and the students to present materials in class and not to develop and edit them onsite.

We deployed the wireless presenters and projector remote control devices to the academic departments.  The number of presenter assigned to each department is allocated based on the number of course handled.


A standard TELE (Technology-Enabled Learning Environment) classroom is currently equipped with the
following items:

  1. Multimedia Projector
  2. LCD Monitor
  3. Monitor Speakers
  4. Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer
  5. Thin Client Computer
  • Intel Atom 1.6 GHz Processor
  • 2 GB DDR2 Memory
  • 2 GB NVRAM Flash Memory
  • 256 MB Video Memory

The computer also comes installed with Microsoft Windows XP Embedded Operating System with the ff. standard software included:

  • Microsoft Windows XP Embedded (SP3)
  • Adobe Flash 10 Plugin
  • Adobe Flash Player 10  Active X
  • Adobe Reader XI (11.0.08)
  • Java 8 Update 121
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
  • Microsoft Office Excel Viewer 2003
  • Microsoft Office PowerPoint Viewer 2007
  • Microsoft Office Word Viewer 2003
  • Compatibility Pack for the 2007 Office System
  • 7-Zip 16.04
  • Internet Explorer 8
  • Google Chrome 49.0.2623
  • Net Time 3.14
  • Virtual Remote Tool (for Projector)
  • VLC Media Player 2.0.5
  • XP Codec Pack
  • Altiris Client Service
  • Windows Media Player 11
  • Microsoft Silver Light 3.0
  • Symantec End-Point Protection version 5.1
  • USB Storage Control
  • EWF (Enhanced Write Filter)