PLAI-STRLC will hold Takbook

8 10 2013



In support to the Philippine Librarians Association, Inc.  (PLAI) project “One Million and Counting . . .: Book Drive for Victims of Calamities” Philippine Librarians Association, Inc – Southern Tagalog Region Librarians Council (PLAI-STRLC) organized TAKBOOK, a fun run. The objective of this activity is to generate books and other instructional materials to be donated to libraries badly affected by calamities.

TAKBOOK will be held on November 10, 2013 Sunday at 6:00 in the morning It will also be one of the activities of the different provincial chapters in Southern Tagalog in celebration of the National Book Month and Library and Information Science Month.

This is a simultaneous activity to be held in Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon, Marinduque and Mindoro.
Books will serve as registration to this activity and will be given to the libraries affected by calamities in the province or to the other libraries in the nearby provinces/region.


MYRNA P. MACAPIA, a Junior Librarian awarded as the 2013 MSEUF Most Outstanding Supervisor

29 07 2013

University Libraries congratulates MYRNA P. MACAPIA for being awarded as the 2013 Most Outstanding Supervisor. Macapia is one of the Junior Librarians of the University. Among the awardees were Lizaminda R. Regodon as the Most Outstanding Office Personnel, and Teodorico Jovinal, Jr. as the Most Outstanding Support Personnel.

University Libraries Welcomes Two (2) New Staffs

16 07 2013

new staff

University Libraries welcomes the two (2) new staffs namely Mr. Zoren Alcantara and May Anyayahan. They both earned Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS) in the University last April 2013. Mr. Alcantara will take charge of the Collection and Maintenance Unit (CMU) while Ms. Anyayahan will be assigned at the Basic Education Department Library.

University Libraries conducted Information Literacy Program

10 07 2013

information literacy program 2013The University Libraries conducted an Information Literacy Program in Series 1 to 3. Series 1 includes Library Orientation through the Audio Visual Presentation (AVP) which discusses all about the library in terms of facilities, services, and resources; Library Instruction Program on how to use the Electronic Resources such as Expanded Academic ASAP, Britannica Online (Academic Edition), RL Newspapers in DVD Form, and other free access e-books, e-journals, and e-theses; and the Library Tour in all library facilities. Series 2 includes Library Instruction on how to use the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) and My Info, Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme, and the Card Catalog. Series 3 includes the Library Instruction on how to use the General Reference Materials such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, almanacs, atlases, etc. and the serials such as journals and magazines. Series 3 also includes hands-on on the use of OPAC, my Info, and electronic resources. The Information Literacy Program started from June 18, 2013 up to July 10, 2013. The University Libraries invited the Communication Arts I (EN101) class with their professor to attend the said program. The schedules of ILP were based on their respective class schedules.

13th Library and EMRC In-Service Training

27 06 2013


The library held its 13th library & EMRC in- service training with a theme “New TRENDS (Techniques for  Responsible & Effective Needs Determination for library Services) last May 27, 2013 at the  Library Seminar Hall. The library has invited Mr. Orly Mercado and Mr. Louie Reformado, two professional photographers to discuss and demonstrate the proper use of camera and the do’s and don’ts of photography. Mr. Ryu Jose Policarpio of MICRODATA System & Management,Inc. was also invited to discussed the “New Trends in Multimedia”. He demonstrated the use of the interactive e-learning gadgets in collaboration in teaching. Ms. Geraldine Mallo, the IGSRL Librarian discussed about the new trends in cataloging which is the RDA (Resource and   Description  Access).



BED Library holds “Takbook”

10 06 2013

GEDSC DIGITAL CAMERABasic Education Library hold Takbook: a book drive project last March 2, 2013 at the University Gymnasium. This activity was in cooperation with the Basic Education Department and Lib.Com, an organization of the  Bachelor of Library and Information   Science (BLIS) students in the College of Education.  It aims to develop students love for books and reading, to augment the collection of the library and to build camaraderie among students and families.

The participants are the grade school pupils from Kindergarten to Grade 6 together with their   parents. The participants run from the Basic Education Department  up to the different post assigned. Finished line was at the University Gym where they need to drop the books in the designated book donation dropping box .

2012 Most Outstanding Student Assistant of University Libraries

19 04 2013

2012 Most Outstanding Student Assistant of University Libraries

Congratulations to May Anyayahan for being the “2012 Most Outstanding Student Assistant of University Libraries”. We are proud of you.


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