Congratulations to LIB.COM for their Community Extension Service “LIBRARIANIHAN” awarded as Best in Community-Based Social Responsibility and an Activity with the Best Positive Impact.
Awards were given by the MSEUF Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants during their 4th Rodolfo Alvarez Awards last March 14, 2015 at RBA Hall, MSEUF, Lucena City.
LIBRARIANIHAN is the community extension service initiated by the LIB.COM, an exclusive organization fo students taking Bachelor of Library and Information Science at Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation. LIBRARIANIHAN aims to help the adopted libraries of the MSEUF- University Libraries to organize their collection.
The Librarians Association of Quezon Province-Lucena, Inc. (LAQueP-LInc) will hold a ZUMBOOK,a Zumba Dance as book drive project for libraries damaged by calamities and help communities build libraries in Quezon Province. The objective of this project is to generate books and other instructional materials to encourage citizens help build libraries in public schools, municipal and community libraries. Among the participating institutions are Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation, Sacred Heart College, Calayan Educational Foundation, Inc., Maryhill College, Lucena City Library, and Quezon Provincial Library. Interested participants may donate book as their registration to the said activity. ZUMBOOK will be held on November 23, 2014 (Sunday) at Perez Park, Lucena City.
The Librarians Association of Quezon Province-Lucena, Inc. (LAQueP-LInc) awarded Marisa Mahiya, one of the Library Staff of University Libraries as the “”2014 Most Outstanding Member” of the association. She received her award last July 31, 2014 at Camp Allen, Sta. Cruz, Manila during the PLAI- STRLC National Conference and 10th Year Founding Anniversary. Furthermore, Ysobel Escudero, Librarian from the Quezon Provincial Library was awarded as the 2014 Most Outstanding Librarian of Quezon Province.
University Libraries held its Annual Book Selection last July 2-3, 2014 at the Library Seminar Hall, MSEUF, Lucena City. The University Libraries invited different publishing company to exhibit their new books for selection. The said activity was participated by different faculty members and Deans of different departments in the University and affiliate campuses.
The University Libraries conducted its 14th In- Service Training with the theme “2014 Library Resources and Services Update” last June 4, 2014 at the Library Seminar Hall. The objectives of the said training were to inform the library staffs and student assistants on the current updates on the resources and services of the University Libraries; train and orient old and new student assistants to be prepared for the coming semester; allow Student Assistants to be familiar with the library and EMRC staffs; and be knowledgeable in the new cataloging (RDA). Resource speakers were the librarians of the University Libraries. Charlyn P. Salcedo discussed “Print Resources Updates and Library Policies and Procedures”, Ryan Joseph J. Balmaceda for the “Media Resources Updates and EMRC Policies and Procedures”; Geraldine M. Eustaquio for the “Electronic Resources Updates and its Policies and Procedures”; Myrna P. Macapia for the “Resource Description and Access and its Core Elements”; Sheryl C. Farquerabao for the “Basic Customer Services”; and Aisa G. Castro for the “New Library Marketing Strategies”.
Aiming high never stops for Myrna Macapia and Charlyn Salcedo.
The two (2) Enverga University librarians finished their Masteral degree in Library and Information Science.
Myrna Macapia is a librarian in Continuing Resource Section and Library Users Information System Section. She is also a faculty of the College of Education handling library science subjects. She finished her Masters in Library and Information Science in University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City last April 27, 2014. Charlyn Salcedo is the Circulation and Reserve Section librarian. Apart from being a librarian, she is also a faculty teaching library science subjects. She graduated with a degree of Master of Arts in Library Science in Centro Escolar University, Manila last April 8, 2014.
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.
JOIN US IN THIS PROJECT. LETS RUN FOR A BOOK. – Rose Villamater