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The State of the Art of the DLSU Filipiniana Collection

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presented at a seminar on the State-of-the-Art of Filipiniana Collections in the Philippines, held at the Lopez Memorial Center, Antipolo City, Philippines on Nov. 28, 2000 …

presented at a seminar on the State-of-the-Art of Filipiniana Collections in the Philippines, held at the Lopez Memorial Center, Antipolo City, Philippines on Nov. 28, 2000

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  • 1. The State of the Filipiniana Collection @ DLSU By Fe Angela M. Verzosa University Archivist
  • 2. DLSU Filipiniana Collection Growth & Development - 1970 ‘ 71 ‘ 72 ‘ 73 ‘ 74 ‘ 75 ‘ 76 ‘ 77 ‘ 78 ‘ 79 ‘ 80 ‘ 81 ‘ 82 ‘ 83 ‘ 84 ‘ 85 ‘ 86 ‘ 87 ‘ 88 ‘ 89 ‘ 90 ‘ 91 ‘ 92 ‘ 93 ‘ 94 ‘ 95 ‘ 96 ‘ 97 ‘ 98 ‘ 99 2000
  • 3. Filipiniana-Asian Library
    • Rm. 204 - SJ Bldg.
    • Too small
    • 16 readers at a time
    • 2 personnel
      • head librarian
      • para-professional assistant
    1970
  • 4. Filipiniana-Asian Library
    • Scope of collection-
    1970
    • Books & monographs
      • by Filipino authors
      • published here & abroad
      • by foreigners treating solely Phil. Subjects
    • Selected Asian materials
    • Special collections
      • of late Prof. Encarnacion
      • Don F. Ortigas
    • Spanish collection
  • 5. 2,202 titles (3,888 vols.) Filipiniana Acquisitions 1957-1970
  • 6. Filipiniana-Asian Library
    • Proposed Guidelines for selection and acquisition for rare books
    1970
    • All Filipiniana books printed before 1900
    • All Filipiniana books printed from 1900-1941
    • All Filipiniana Reprints published by the Filipiniana Book Guild
    • Books whose illustrations make them subject to mutilation
    • Books of fragile physical make-up
    • Irreplaceable books due to limited edition
  • 7. Filipiniana Room
    • Rm. 204 - SJ Bldg.
    • Fully air-conditioned
    • 54 readers at a time
    • 2 personnel
      • head librarian
      • para-professional assistant
    • 30 tray catalog
    • Semi-closed stacks
    1973
  • 8. Growth of Filipiniana Acquisitions ‘ 57 63 ‘ 87 1,988 ‘ 91 3,561 ‘ 98 4,138 Total of 16,574 v.
  • 9. PRESENT SCOPE of the Filipiniana Collection
    • All books about the Philippines
      • people & culture
      • regardless of author, imprint, language
    • Works written by Filipinos except
      • works by DLSU community
      • studies treating universally accepted knowledge
    • Books written in Filipino and the vernacular
    • Philippine Gov’t. publications and yearbooks except by Philippine corporate bodies
    • Publications containing substantial portions on the Philippines
    • Works dealing on scientific thought/methodology
    • to Philippine local needs and circumstance
  • 10. Book Collection Classified by Period in Philippine History Total: 14,737 T 35,146 V
  • 11. Oldest Books:
    • Arte y Reglas de la Lengua Pampanga: Compuesto (1622)
    • Despertador Christiano (1695-1697) 2 V
  • 12. Profile of the Filipiniana Collection by LC Total: 14,582 T 34,976 V
  • 13. Other Collections in the Filipiniana
    • The Lopez-Bantug Collection
    • The Ambeth Ocampo Collection
    • The LIHIP Collection
    • The ICEPH Collection
    • The Map Collection
    • The Periodical Collection
    • The Vertical File Collection
    • The CD-Rom Collection
    • Bitanga-Valeros Collection
  • 14. The Lopez-Bantug Collection
    • Donated by Rizal’s grandnieces - June 19,1987
    • separate accession
    • available in the OPAC
    1,982 T books and Periodicals 18 memorabilia items
  • 15. The Ambeth Ocampo Collection
    • a DLSU alumnus
    • Deposited in 1990
    • 100 vol. In 24 CD-roms
    • Accessible via OPAC
    721 T (1,138 V) Fil. 218 T (222 V) non-Fil.
  • 16. The LIHIP Collection (Literary History of the Philippines)
    • An annotated bibliography of 8,357 T
    • began in 1983
    • 687 articles in literary journals
    • arranged by region
    Pampango Ilokano Pangasinense Cebuano Hiligaynon Waray Muslim Bicolano
  • 17. The ICEPH Collection International Corpus of English-Philippine Component Project Collection
    • began in 1990
    • Project of ELD
    • to establish a databank for the analysis of Phil. English
    • total of 669 articles
    • uses CDS-ISIS system
  • 18. The Map Collection
    • 920 political, provincial, road & typographical
      • 631 provincial
      • 289 topographical
  • 19. The Periodical Collection
    • 28 titles (249 issues)
      • 1986 issues on EDSA Revolution
      • 14 T of Phil. Magazines
      • 11 T of periodical indexes
  • 20. The Vertical File Collection
    • 674 T (687 v)
      • 610 on Rizal
      • 64 rare journal articles
    • Accessible in the CDS-ISIS
  • 21. Bitanga-Valeros Collection
    • Donated March 9, 1993 by Teresa Bitanga-Valeros
    • 1296 of family memorabilia
      • antique furniture
      • fixtures
      • religious images
      • china & silvers
      • numismatics
      • jewelry
  • 22. Other Special Collections
    • not found in the Filipiniana Room 3,455 T (5,657 V) @Circulation Section
    • Special Collection Room
    • Theses & dissertations
    • University Publications
    • Faculty Files
    • Archives-Special Collections
  • 23.
    • Filipiniana Periodicals
    Other Special Collections
  • 24. Other Special Collections A-V Collections
  • 25. dlsupress.com
  • 26. bn.com
  • 27. amazon.com
  • 28. pinoycentral.com
  • 29. divisoria.net
  • 30. decs.gov.com
  • 31. What are the problems encountered?
  • 32. W.R. Gamboa’s Dictum -
    • 3 categories of Filipiniana
    • Los impresso en Filipinas, sin distincion de materia
    • los que tratan de Filipinas
    • y los publicados por filipinos
  • 33. Collection Management
    • Budgetary constraints
    • sound fiscal management
    • wise and judicious use of funds
  • 34. Operating Budget 890 v 1160 v 895 v 643 v 271 v
  • 35. Library Automation and technology
    • Intermittent failures and inadequacy of the system’s hardware and software
    • presence of bugs
    • data generated not accurate and never perfect

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