Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation, Lucena City is now offering BACHELOR OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE under the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP).
Who are qualified?
The minimum qualification criteria of applicants to the accreditation and equivalency program, in addition to established Filipino citizenship, should include the following:
1. Completion of secondary school program as evidenced by a high school diploma, or the Philippine Education Placement Test (PEPT) result equivalent to first year college.
2. Employment for an aggregate of at least five (5) years in the industry related to the academic degree program or discipline where equivalency of learning is sought.
3. At least twenty five (25) years old as supported by PSA authenticated birth certificate.
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The winners of Library Hugot Contest
The University Libraries conducted a contest on LibraryHugot last December 2017. Everyone was invited to participate the said activity. The participants posted their hugot related to library in the Facebook Page of University Libraries using #ChristmasHugotngEnvergaLibrary.
Mark Angelo Napagal’s hugot garnered the highest number of likes and shares.
Kung gaano ko kabilis nahanap ang Libro na gusto ko gamit ang O.P.A.C., ganun ka din kabilis nakahanap ng ipapalit sa akin…Anong gamit mo? O.P.A.C.?ANG SAKIT EH!
– Mark Angelo Napagal (STEM)
On the other hand, the hugot of Cara Mae Arroyo (BLIS) on
Me : Ma’am hihiram po sana ako nang libro.
Librarian : Yes. Ilang libro ba hihiramin mo? Me : Isa lang po. Hindi naman ako two timer eh. At saka promise, isasauli ko din naman sya. Marunong naman akong magpahalaga ng mga bagay na hindi sakin.
garnered the 2nd highest number of likes. It was followed by the hugot of Roshayne Ramos (BEED) on
“Nasa punto na ako ng buhay ko na gusto ko nalang i-search sa “OPAC” ang “OPPA” ng buhay ko” 💻 😩 💔
The winners were given a certificate and a simple token as recognition.
The blueberry cheesecakes and the blueberry jams are the products produced out of the blueberries planted around the University Libraries.
The library staff together with the Lib.Com members created the Halamanan ng Librarian Project. Halamanan ng Librarian is a Green Revolution Project where the staff and Lib.Com members planted vegetables and herbal plants around the library. The project aims to produce vegetable and herbal plants and sell it. The fund will be used to help support chosen library student assistant who is in need of financial help.
This semester, the library staff produced blueberries aside from the other vegetable plants that were planted last semester. These blueberries were made into cupcakes and jam. The fund earned will be used to help student assistant who are in need of financial assistance.
The library staff work together to make this Green Revolution possible. They are the one who helped dig, plant, water, and maintain the plants until such time it is ready for harvesting. For they know this effort will not only help promote the environment but also can help support some of the student assistants who needs financial assistance.
The library staff discusses their operational strategic plan during the meeting.
The University Libraries held its operational strategic planning last May 29, 2017 (Monday), at the Technical Services Unit. It was spearheaded by the University Library Director, Dr. Augusta Rosario A. Villamater. All the librarians, library staff and EMRC staff were present during the activity. Each of them shared their strategic plans for their section/ unit. Dr. Villamater, assigned Mrs. Farquerabao and Mrs. Casipit to collect and gather the strategic plans of each section. In the afternoon, the library staff went to Shercon Ecology Resort for their culminating activity.
Mr. Cristian S. Mendoza , a 4th year BLIS student was awarded as the Most Outstanding Achiever 2017 for Off Campus Leadership during the MSEUF Graduation Ball on May 22, 2017 at the Queen Margarette Hotel, Brgy. Domoit , Lucena City.
This award was given to deserving students who shows exemplary character and leadership specially in performing community related activities outside the campus.
Mr. Mendoza has been a former President of the Lib.Com which during the time initiated a lot of community outreach programs such as Librarianihan, Zumbook, etc.
He is also the current President of the Rho Tau Gamma which is also involved with a lot of community related activities.
That’s is why he got the award. Kodus to Mr. Cristian Mendoza. May you continue to be a good example of a leader!
The MLIS presenters after they received their certificate of recognition.
The Lib.Com in cooperation with the University Libraries hold the Philippine Librarianship: Series 2 seminar on May 6, 2017 at the Library Seminar Hall with a theme “Looking beyond bookshelves”.
The seminar aimed to equip the participants with the knowledge about Philippine librarianship and to have more global understandings about the profession.
The MLIS students serves as the presenters of the different topics while the BLIS and some invited guess serves as the audience and participants.
The library staff together with the GGNHS faculty during the Adopt-A-Library activity.
On April 5, 2017, the library staff through the “Adopt-a-Library Project” has able to donate 1,155 volumes of books to the following recipient schools/libraries: Gulang-Gulang National High School, Lucena Dalahican National High School and Lucena City National High School.
Those books were gratefully received by their respective library in charge, property custodian and coordinators of each schools/libraries.
The University Libraries hope that those books will be used and be of great help to the different schools adopted. For these books will help students enrich their information literacy skills and prepare them to be globally competitive individuals in the coming years .