Showing posts from February, 2017

Call for Papers: IamInfoSMART Symposium 2017

Now is the time to start preparing your paper for the IamInfoSMART Symposium 2017 ! We are pleased to invite you to submit a full paper presenting your fresh and unconventional information literacy strategies and approaches done by libraries and information centers all throughout the country. The IamInfoSMART Symposium will take place on 10 November 2017 (Friday) at The Learning Commons, 12/F, Henry Sy, Sr. Hall. To be as inclusive as possible and with “Upscaling: Information Literacy in Transformation” as our theme, we are interested in hearing a wide array of stories on information literacy in your community, school libraries, academic libraries and in your workplace. The call for papers is open to all librarians, LIS faculty and graduate students, researchers, and media and information specialists from schools, colleges and universities, public and special libraries in the country. TOPICS OF INTEREST Gladly, we welcome submissions discussing topics as enumerated,

Scheduled Maintenance: Taylor & Francis Online

Taylor & Francis Online  will be  temporarily inaccessible on  Thursday, 26 January 2017, 7:00AM to 11:00AM  (local time)  for its scheduled maintenance to be performed on their ​internal network hardware. Taylor & Francis  publishes quality peer-reviewed journals under the Routledge and Taylor & Francis imprints. DLSU's subscription to the Social Sciences and Humanities   Library   collection is searchable via the content platform Taylor & Francis Online​.

Trial Access to Emerald Insight

The   trial   access   to  Emerald Insight is now available until   31​ March 2017 .       ​​ Emerald Publishing is a global publisher linking research and practice to the benefit of society. Founded in 1967,   Emerald   today manages a range of digital products, a portfolio of nearly 300 journals, more than 2,500 books and over 450 teaching cases. Please visit the   Libraries ’   Trial   Databases   page to   access   the database on and off campus via your Internet browser. Once   Emerald   has been tried, kindly click and accomplish this   Online Feedback Form . Your  feedback/recommendations/comm ents will greatly help in evaluating whether or not to officially subscribe to this database.

The Human Library returns in March!

The  Libraries  is holding session 8 of the  Human  Library  on  17 March 2017, 1:00pm to 5:00pm  at  The Learning Commons, Henry Sy Sr. Hall .  The  Human  Library  is a concept that originally started in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is composed of human books that a "reader" can interact with. Human books are people who are subjected to stereotyping and prejudices. They have volunteered to be public representatives of their respective groups so they could share with others their personal stories to break down stereotypes and prejudices. As part of the  Libraries ' aim to cultivate an image of sensible and sensitive community of Lasallians towards social issues, this activity is an alternative way of learning, which may promote dialogue, reduce prejudice and encourage understanding of people from different walks of life.  The first ever human  library  event in the Philippines was successfully held here at the DLSU on 14 August 2014. More about these sessions can be

Lunch 'N Learn Session 2: De-stressing

The Libraries, in partnership with the Office of Personnel Management, held its second session of "Lunch 'N Learn", last February 3, 2017 from 12:00PM to 1:00PM at The Learning Commons, European Documentation Centre , 13F, Henry Sy Sr. Hall, De La Salle University. Lunch 'N Learn at the Libraries’ program aims to provide a venue for DLSU faculty and staff to take part in meaningful conversations combined with the opportunities to build a network over lunch. Somewhat similar to the concept of the brown bag session, members of the DLSU community sat together over free and healthy lunch, while Dr. Jowi Cruz, talked about "De-stressing” which was the topic for the second session. Attendees and the discussant engaged in casual discussions where personal experiences where shared. With this activity, new ideas were discovered particularly on how to stay stress-free in dealing with work, family, relationship and life in general.

Trial Access to Statista

The trial access to  Statista  i s now available until  15​ March 2017 .   Statista   i s one of the first statistic s​   portals in the world to integrate data on over 80,000 topics from over 18,000 sources onto a single professional platform. Categorized into 21 market sectors, i​ t provides companies, business customers, research institutions, and the academic community with direct access to quantitative data on media, business, finance, politics, and a wide variety of other areas of interest or markets. Please visit the  Libraries ’  Trial Databases  page to access the database on and off campus via your Internet browser. Once  Statista  has been tried, kindly click and accomplish this  Online Feedback Form . Your feedback/recommendations/comme nts will greatly help in evaluating whether or not to officially subscribe to this database. 

Manila 1945 in Text and Images

In commemoration of the  Liberation of Manila  ( Proclamation No. 653, s1993 ), the   Libraries   invite the academic community to visit the exhibit entitled " Manila 1945 in Text and Images " at the 6th floor Exhibit Area of The Learning Commons, Henry Sy Sr. Hall.  This exhibition displays selected images and works about the Battle of Manila from the holdings of the   Libraries . This exhibit aims to remind the academic community about the different lessons of war which should not be forgotten by all.  Currently, the   Libraries   have a  Special Collection on War Years , consisting of 88  volumes of books on World War I and World War II, located on the 13th floor of The Learning Commons. In addition, 260 titles (501 volumes) of books on World War II are  available in the Filipiniana Collection (10th floor HSSH).   The exhibit will run from   20 February to 03 March 2017 ,   7:00AM to 8:00PM .

Join Wiley's 2017 Search, Share, & Win Online Quiz!

Wiley  is currently running the  Search, Share & Win Online Quiz  exclusively for institutional members of the Consortium of Engineering   Libraries -Philippines (CELPh) until  31 March 2017 !   Discover a wealth of knowledge that  Wiley Online   Library  has to offer as you take part in this online quiz. Here’s how it works: Enter your particulars  HERE .  Answer the 6 questions correctly. Advance to the optional Bonus Round to increase your chance of winning.  Participants who answer all questions correctly will enter the lucky draw for a chance to win these  PRIZES : Portable Hard Disk (1 winner) Starbucks Card (20 winners)  Note: This quiz is open only to the faculty, staff and students from universities that are part of the CELPh Consortium. For feedback/enquiries, email m Terms & Conditions apply. Wiley Online   Library  hosts the multidisciplinary collection of online resources covering life, health and physical scienc

New Acquisitions: Periodicals (February 2017)

Periodicals Section Newly Received Materials (Current Awareness) February 2017, Term 2 AY 2016-2017 School of Economics (SOE) Count Title Volume No. Date Frequency 1 HEALTH ECONOMICS 23 12 DEC 2014 Monthly 2 JOURNAL OF BUSINESS & ECONOMIC STATISTICS : A PUBLICATION OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION 32 4 OCT2014 Quarterly College of Education (CED) Count Title Volume No. Date Frequency 1 APPLIED PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT 38 7 OCT 2014 Bi-Monthly 2 JOURNAL OF TRANSFORMATIVE EDUCATION 12 3 JULY 2014 4X/Year 3 JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN SCIENCE TEACHING 51 10 DEC 2014 10x/Year College of Business (COB) Count Title Volume No. Date Frequency 1 HARVARD BUSINESS REVI