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    College  Library  Orientation College Library Orientation Presentation Transcript

    • by:   Ms. Simeona Delfin College Librarian SY 2007 - 2008
    • To provide the library users information services in support of instruction, research, and/or curricular offerings and thrusts of St. Scholastica’s College Manila, through updated library resources and services. Mission: College Library
    • Library Hours: College Library REGULAR SEMESTRAL SCHEDULE: 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Mon – Fri 8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Saturday Notice of vacation hours, holidays and any other changes will be posted on the library bulletin board. DURING SUMMER / CHRISTMAS BREAK SCHEDULE: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 12:00 n.n. – 1:00 p.m. Mon – Fri 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Saturday
    • Location: The Main Library is located at the second floor of St. Scholastica’s College M Building. There are two wings. College Library
      • Sta. Maria Wing
      • Office of the College Librarian
      • General Reference Section
      • Periodicals Section
      • Computer Room
      • Graduate Library
      • Cataloging Section
      • Faculty Room
      • Discussion Room
      • St. Mechtild Wing
      • General Collection
      • Filipiniana Collection
      • Theses Collection
      • St. Benedict Collection
      • Women Studies Collection
      • Best Sellers / Novels
      • Reserve Books
    • • To acquire, organize and update the library’s collection to support the College Unit’s teaching-learning program. Objectives: College Library • To encourage students to read beyond the requirements of the curriculum. - For their own development and enjoyment - To acquire the necessary skills and habits to continue their education even after graduation.
      • To provide instruction and assistance in the effective use of learning resources/services.
      College Library Objectives: • To work with faculty in integrating information skills, knowledge of information sources, and the use of technology in accessing information needed to strengthen their instruction, research and extension programs.
      • Air-conditioned library
      • Library automated system (OPAC)
      • Computer Room (21 work stations with Internet and 10 work stations with CD-Rom access)
      • Discussion Room
      • Faculty Room
      Facilities: College Library
    • Resources: College Library Ramil Almazan Library Clerk Ms. Simeona Delfin College Librarian
        • Human Resources / Personnel:
      Ms. Edna L. Cabe Secretary Reference Section Ms. Leslie A. Bellosillo Reference Librarian
    • Marife Quindong   Library Clerk Circulation Section Ms. Lea Vera Circulation Section Supervisor Jhun Torres   Library Clerk Editha Buenaobra Library Clerk Rhodora Cassanova Library Clerk College Library In case you have question(s) or clarification(s), Please feel free to approach us and we will be gladly to help you.
    • College Library In case you have question(s) or clarification(s), Please feel free to approach us and we will be gladly to help you. Jennifer D. Cabuso Library Clerk Periodicals Section Ms. Helen I. Vidal Periodicals Librarian Jocelyn Desamito   Library Clerk Rogelio Magtira Library Clerk
    • In case you have question(s) or clarification(s), Please feel free to approach us and we will be gladly to help you. College Library Evelyn Dungog   Library Clerk Technical Section Ms. Lailani P. Inciong Technical Services Librarian   Liza Nebran   Library Clerk Photocopier Operators Antonio Magsino    St. Mechtilde Wing Glenn Kabigting Sta. Maria Wing
        • Print / Electronic Periodicals:
      • ● Magazines: 43 titles
      • ● Professional journals: 56 titles
      • ● Newspapers: 8 titles
      • ● Online electronic journal database (EBSCO
      • Online) : Citations, Abstracts, Full-text of 4,842 foreign journals, which includes 5 titles of
      • databases namely Academic Search Elite , Professional Development Collection, MAS Ultra - School Edition, Primary Search and PsycARTICLES
      Library Resources: College Library
        • Book Collection:
        • Total Volumes: 42,145 vols.
      • CD-ROM databases
      • Microforms: Back issues of local newspapers and magazines and foreign journals
      • Internet access
      • College Library web site with links to outside information sources
      College Library Library Resources:
      • ● Reference: Information Assistance/Instruction
        • - Use of the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) and other electronic sources
        • - Answering user’s queries
        • ● Circulation: Lending out
        • books: General Collection and
        • Reserve
      Services: College Library
        • ● Library Instructions
          • Different information sources:
          • Print, Electronic
      Services: College Library
          • ● Referrals to other consortium member libraries (CEAP, SMI-IC, CWC)
        • ● Photocopying
          • ● Computer printing and scanning of selected library materials
          • ● Printing of microform materials
      Services: College Library
    • Thank You for Your ATTENTION! Welcome to the College Library Revised by: jdc / 51707