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Lumberto Mendoza
MEMBER
ORGANIZATIONUP Diliman
PROFESSIONAssociate Professor
COUNTRYPhilippines

Lumberto is currently an Associate Professor at the University of the Philippines Diliman Department of Philosophy where he teaches courses on Ethics, Wittgenstein, Philosophy of Education and Philosophy of Technology. After finishing his PhD in Philosophy at the University of Bergen in 2019, Lumberto led a research and extension project on the use of Community of Inquiry Framework for teaching ethics online. That project then led to a co-authored article entitled "Community of Inquiry (CoI) for Distance Learning in the Philippines: Appraising Lee's CoI through Garrison's CoI" which was published in Diliman Review (2020). He is now leading research and training workshops that make use the Community of Inquiry framework to discuss AI ethics in Philippine education.

RESEARCH INTERESTS
indigenized forms of social presence, philosophy for children, community of inquiry, ethics, wittgenstein
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