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P2 / RAMOS ORIENTS
STUDENTS AND FACULTY
P3 / WELL-SPENT SUMMER-
TIME IN BALUTI ISLAND
P3 / DEAN OF THE YEAR P4 / VIDAL AND RAMOS
JOIN MUNPARLAS, INC.
2013 June-October Volume 10, No. 1 ISSN 1656-6335
3:15pm @ FB, Kristine honestly said,
"I just got influenced by my classmates,
then I got to enjoy the course especially the
technical processing of books. Library
science wasn’t my first choice in college but
it was indeed one of the best decisions I
made back then."
Reference and youngest librarian of the
University named Kristine Anne de Leon
Bautista is former SK Kagawad at Anabu
I-B Imus, Cavite for two years. Kristine
started as school librarian for Colegio de
Sta. Rosa in Intramuros and immediately
after less than a year now a UPHSD
college librarian. Kristine is PNU-
Teodina T. Palattao is very grateful to
have worked at the University since
2009. Palattao is one of the three regu-
lar employee-librarians, former school
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They've always wanted to excel and be
productive young women professionals for
the 21st century libraries...
Chief Librarian of UPHSD-Las Pińas,
Mrs. Aniline A. Vidal was elected as
secretary of MUNPARLAS, Inc. while
Mr. Roderick B. Ramos, graduate school
librarian as its public relations officer.
They were sworn into office last August
19, 2013 during the INFOLIT SEMINAR
held in the auditorium of De La Salle San-
tiago Zobel School with founding presi-
dent, Fr. Fr. Paul De Vera, OSB, as induct-
ing officer. Vidal and Ramos shall
serve the Association for two years.
MUNPARLAS Inc. has a training for
non-librarians on Library Management
& Organization 101 scheduled in
October where Vidal and Ramos shall
serve as lecturers for two days. It has
also planned a national conference on
developmental bibliotherapy in the
highlands of Mountain Province and is
set on April 24-25, 2013.
Use of e-journals by teachers and students
of the Graduate School Department of the
University of Perpetual Help System-Dalta,
Las Pińas: A Survey.
Read an article on how library personnel get
enriched by an experience with the visitation
of university accreditors
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join MUNPARLAS, Inc.
Professional organizations like MUNPARLAS, Inc.,
an association for libraries and library personnel
would need people. Whether you are involved as
an officer or simply a member, the growth of any
professional organization depends on who and how
one participates and makes relevant programs
attractive while demonstrating some good sense of
corporate governance in the day-to-day operation of
L a s P i ń a s
librarian of Statefields School and is an alum-
na of the Philippine Normal University where
she intends to finish MAED LIS in March.
According to her, “UPHSD helps me widen
my experiences and skills through engage-
ments with different activities such as attend-
ing seminars, workshops and trainings.”
Newly regularized employee, Jacqueline G.
Austria, handles CIHM library since its birth.
Prior to his current work, Austria was librarian
to St. Patrick School (2004-05), Saint Claire
School (2007-08) and Statefields School, Inc.
(2008-10). Also, she is MLIS graduate of
Polytechnic University of the Philippines.
Head-turner Jac whispered one moment ago
that "being a librarian is not an easy job
because we cater to different clients and
obliged to give the right information that they
Renne Rose M. Salazar is certified by its La-
boratory School to CTL, BLIS at the
premiere teaching institution, known as
Being in service for 47 years, Justice Nazario
had so many accomplishments as well as
awards received in the field. One of the latest
awards was the Dean of the Year given by no
less than the UPHSD President, Sir Anthony
Jose M. Tamayo during Institutional Christmas
party held last last December 14, 2012.
Justice Nazario has accomplished so many
things for the College since she became the
College of Law Dean. Some of them are as
1. The Office of the Dean was redesigned and
2. The gold signage of the College of Law at the
According to Ramos, EBSCO is gate portal to thousands of information
resources carefully selected by involved members of the library committee
that includes faculty representatives and deans from the different colleges of UPHSD. These information
resources are web-based quality, scholarly and authoritative information objects in the form of e-journal, e
-magazine, e-books and the like which are expected to help assist both students' and other university sec-
tors' scholarly and academic pursuits.
EBSCO contents do augment what the LRC currently possesses and subscribes as a center for reading and
research in the University.
"Our clients are fortunate to have CIPPA or Computerized Index to Philip-
pine Periodical Articles," Ramos iterated. This software-program found in
the UPHSD library enables and points anyone to exact location of an article published locally. Rizal Library
of Ateneo de Manila indexes regularly more than two-hundred Filipiniana journals, magazines, newspapers,
national and local dailies, and other periodicals that they subscribe, maintained and kept for preservation,
access and archival purposes.
New technologies are also installed in the LRC namely, computerized
library attendance (identification system), security device for book
detection (library alarm), and CCTV camera (surveillance system). These monitor and may prevent lost
valuables, book theft, potential structural damages, and loss of safety as well.
"LRC is a home away from home and within LRC is a roster of professional and friendly librarians any
Perpetualite can approach. If felt un-accommodated, feel free to report it to the Office of the Chief Libarian
for action," Ramos ended.
Ramos orients students and faculty
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As they take charge one best asset of
the University, the UPHSD Library, and
while they nurture one another as library
professionals, expect UPHSD build and
strengthen their leadership capacities
little by little each day.
Philippine Normal University, to current graduate
work and studies and is full fledged PNU-
AN. Salazar is Law librarian of UPHSD since
2012 and had worked in three academic libraries
namely, Divine Mercy College Foundation Inc.-
Caloocan (2010-12), Manila Central University-
Caloocan (2008-10), St. Mary’s College-Q.C.
Generous, business roller, and most congenial
grade school librarian, Criselda Ramirez, is also a
bachelor LS graduate of the Philippine
Renne is tallest at 5'6" among these six young
librarians while the other four - Jacqueline, Cri-
selda, and Rien - are married and young
mothers, too. Also single and SPED specialist
Kristine is only 24 and just like any of these love-
ly lady librarians is promising not only in terms of
competence but also in character.
Well-spent summertime in Ba-
L i b r a r y p e r s o n n e l o f t h e u n i v e r s i t y
spent summer of 2013 in Real Quezon, its chief
It’sbeen a year since I had my first glance of
the most outstanding dean of the Institution. A
humble and approachable person who always
gives her warmest smile every time her eyes
meets mine—Justice Minita V. Chico-Nazario, our
College of Law Dean.
yellowfin tuna abound. Here' s a place you would
wish to go back again and again, swim, eat re-
sponsibly, walk under the sun and behold a nice
view of the majestic Sierra Madre mountain
10-minute boat ride through a wide river to and
from the town port area of Real was a pleasant
thrill. There we arrived and felt home and alone
in an island where pine trees are abundant. A
quiet beach resort with empty cottages and small
huts welcomed the group. The beach areas are
superb for swimming. The sea is clear and its
water is calm with fine gray sand. Kids and
youngsters who joined the seven library people
from UPHSD initiated enjoying the place as soon
as they changed their clothes and likely owning
Baluti Island during these two wonderful days of
summer in April.
Families that joined this fun summer activity of
the University library included Vidal's and Ra-
Mrs. Aniline A. Vidal, brought them to an
attractive place called Baluti Island where
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3. The classrooms were well-ventilated and
blinds were placed.
4. The Law Library Collections were evaluated
and continuously being updated. The Lex Libris
software was installed in the new all-in-one
5. For the students, the organizations and
activities were successfully revived namely,
Legal Precepts Editorial Board, Bar Operations
Committee, Debating Team and College of Law
Student Association (CLSA).
Innovations of the college were influenced by
Justice Nazario, specifically, improving and
providing quality education to the students and
members of the Institution
GS librarian Mr. Roderick B. Ramos
explained that UPHSD-Las Piñas offers
hybrid type of a library environment
where a student or faculty can enjoy
exploring both print and online resources
as assisted by professional librarians.
Ramos oriented Education and Engineer-
ing students at separate sessions in
Ernesto Palanca-Crisostomo Hall last
July 5 and 9 respectively, during Orienta-
tion, Induction & Pinning Ceremonies
2013 of the Colleges of Education and