Showing posts from May, 2016

Web of Science™ Discovery Quiz 2016 (Period 3)

Thomson Reuters  is holding the  Web of Science TM   Discovery Quiz 2016: Research Landscape in the Philippines , from now until  17 June 2016 !  The Quiz is open to all students, faculty and staff of the university. Take part in the Quiz and stand a chance to win exciting prizes! Simply register  HERE   to join and for more details.  QUIZ PERIODS   Quiz 1: Monday, 14 March 2016 - Wednesday, 13 April 2016 Quiz 2: Thursday, 14 April 2016 - Tuesday, 13 May 2016 ​​ Quiz 3: Monday, 16 May 2016 -  Thursday, 17 June 2016   There will be monthly and grand prize winners. Terms and Conditions apply. Results will be announced in July 2016. Thomson Reuters  also wants you to decide their top 3 prizes, each valued between USD 300 to USD 500. Simply complete this  SURVEY FORM   to suggest your favorite prizes!  Web of Science TM  provides researchers, administrators, faculty, and students with quick, powerful access to the world's leading citation databases. Authoritati

Trial Access to Springer Journals and eBooks 2012-2016

The trial access to   Springer Contemporary eJournals and eBooks CY 2012-2016  are now available until  22 June 2016 . Springer  offers access to more than 2,000 eJournals and 35,000 eBooks across all disciplines including: Computing, Business, Mathematics, Economics, Humanities, Psychology, Environment, Social Science  and the core sciences Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Please visit the  Libraries ’ homepage  to access the database on and off campus via your Internet browser . To be able to access all contents, uncheck the "Include Preview-Only content" tick box. Once  Springer Contemporary eJournals and eBooks CY 2012-2016  have been tried, kindly click and accomplish this  Online Feedback Form  (indicate  Springer 2016   at  the field:  Name of online article/journal/ebook database and/or tool ). Your feedback/recommendations/ comments will greatly help in evaluating whether or not to officially subscribe to this service. For further inquiries, you may

A Faith Formation Seminar for DLSU Libraries' Personnel

More than sixty (60) library personnel attended the  Faith Formation Seminar  with the theme  Spirituality in the Workplace   held at the St. Scholastica’s Center for Spirituality in Tagaytay City on 12 May 2016 .    Fr. Francis Xavier Salcedo, former DLSU Chaplain, was invited as the resource speaker. He discussed the spirituality of work and work-life balance; stewardship and finding life’s purpose and meaning; and, spiritual leadership and accompaniment in the workplace.  Fr. Salcedo explained that working is not just a personal but also familial and societal issue. He stressed that one can work more effectively and efficiently if he/she has a better understanding of balance in the work-life and the spirituality of work. It is important that librarians and library staff should have the ability to handle stress effectively as it affects their mind, emotions, and body. Fr. Salcedo said that leadership, like spirituality is a very misunderstood if not misused term. The values

The Libraries Conducts a One-Day Spirituality Formation Seminar

Sixty (60) library personnel attended a one-day spirituality formation seminar entitled “ Spirituality in the Workplace: Realizing the Value of Work and Self for Others ” held at St. Scholastica’s Center for Spirituality, Tagaytay City on 12 May 2016.   This seminar was organized by the Libraries to deepen the faith-life and Lasallian identity of the library personnel as well as to encourage them to have the right motivation to value their work, workplace and self.   Fr. Francis Xavier R. Salcedo, the former chaplain of DLSU and a faculty member of Theology and Religious Education Department   was invited to be the resource speaker.   The seminar was divided into three sessions, namely: 1) Spirituality of work and work life balance; 2) Stewardship and Finding Life’s Purpose and Meaning;   and 3) Spiritual Leadership and Accompaniment in the Workplace. Lectures were delivered with video presentations to further enhance the learning experience.   F. Salcedo also invited the part