The FELTA MULTIMEDIA CENTER Bldg #18 Notre Dame St. Cubao Q.C
| The first to commercially produce Filipiniana Video Programs, FELTA works in association with the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Ayala Museum and the Philippine Information Agency to renew awareness and interest in the latent Filipino culture. Felta's video programs includes:
Encyclopedia Britannica, Library on Science and Technology, Math, Computer Science, Engineering, Values Education Videos, among a host of others. In its effort to secure relevant and world-class educational materials, FELTA has tied up with prestigious publishers worldwide.
Relevant education is responsive to the needs of the times. Substandard education is bred not only through the lack of competent educators but also through the lack of instructional materials that inspire greater learning.
With the advances in Science and Technology reaching out to the recesses of the academe, the educational system needs to be evaluated in terms of effectiveness and timeliness not only in the theory but in practice. It was on this premise that Felicito and Teresita Abiva established First in Educational Learning Trends Always (FELTA) in 1966, with the aim of providing the academe with instructional materials that answers the needs of the times.
For over three decades, FELTA has been assisting in upgrading the quality of education in the country through its multi-educational line that serves the educational requirements of both private and public schools.
The publication of the Filipino Heritage -- the first Philippine Encyclopedia; the introduction of Audio Visuals like slides, filmstrip, overhead transparencies, charts, skills boxes in all subject areas in all levels, for the past 15 years; the introduction of Microslides, a new teaching tool for science, biology, physics, chemistry, earth science and astrology.