Showing posts from September, 2013

The Justice Teodoro R. Padilla Collection Formal Turnover

On September 12, 2013 , another distinguished collection was formally turned over to the De La Salle University Libraries. The Justice Teodoro R. Padilla Collection , consisting mostly of notable out-of-print law books, most of which were perhaps used during Justice Padilla's days as a law student in UP and Harvard University. Some noteworthy titles were The Rule of Law, Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, Rules of Court in the Philippines and the Nuremberg Trials . The collection distinctly speaks well of Justice Padilla's life as a Justice as most of the materials were used as sources in some of the significant cases that he handled. His collection also includes memorabilia which, as a whole, deserves a spot at the Libraries' Special Collections floor. In a short program, Ms. Ana Maria B. Fresnido, Director of Libraries, expressed her sincerest thanks to the Padilla family for entrusting the donation to the Libraries. Mr. Rafael Joseph C. del Mundo, Coordinator f

Gawad Lasalyano 2013

Last August 30, 2013, the De La Salle University Office of the Dean of Student Affairs (DSA) held the Gawad Lasalyano 2013 at the Teresa G. Yuchengo Museum. Now in its second year, the Gawad Lasalyano aims to give recognition to outstanding individuals who uphold excellence in the field of leadership and community engagement. The DLSU Libraries is very honoured to have several of its personnel to receive the Gawad Br. Cecilio Hojilla FSC . The said award is specifically given to outstanding Lasallian mission partners who voluntarily serve as formator by sharing their time, talent and treasure to support and contribute in the propagation of the Lasallian values.

DLSU librarians join the 79th IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2013

Three DLSU librarians joined the 79th  IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2013 held in S ingapore last August 2013. They are Marian R. Eclevia and Laurence G. Narvaez who presented papers in a satellite meeting and Joanna O. Siapno who participated in the main conference. “The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) is the leading international body representing the interests of library and information services and their users.” ( ) The World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) is organized by IFLA annually in different parts of the world to showcase and discuss the current trends and advancements in the library profession and to give opportunities to the participants for career advancement and to broaden their network.  The IFLA WLIC is the international flagship professional and trade event for the library and information  services sector.