Showing posts from May, 2018

DLSU Librarians Attends CONSAL 2018

The significance of collaboration and connection for the next generation of libraries was the main focus of the recently concluded 17th Congress of Southeast Asian Librarians (CONSAL 2018) with a theme “Next Generation Libraries: Collaborate and Connect” held last 2-5 May 2018 at Myanmar International Convention Center, Naypyitaw, Myanmar. Organized by Myanmar Library Association, this year’s gathering aims to provide a forum for librarians and other information professionals to strengthen networks, partnerships and linkages. It further promotes coordination and collaboration among the ten (10) member countries of CONSAL with a global perspective, especially in the field of library and information science, information studies and other interdisciplinary areas in the digital era. Three research papers authored and co-authored by DLSU Librarians were presented in this year’s event. Mr. John Louie Zabala (Readers Services Librarian) presented his co-authored paper with Ms. Donna

Library Team Building in Hidden Valley

The De La Salle University Libraries held another year of fun and exciting activities for all their library faculty and staff in the recently concluded annual library team building in Hidden Valley, Sorosoro, Batangas City last May 11, 2018. The theme of the activity this year was One Team, One Library, One La Salle . It was organized by the library team building committees headed by the newly hired librarian, Jorge Bundalian, co-chaired by Jorge Rada and their members namely Marvin Factor, Minandro Caindoc and Arnold Jansen Versoza.  The group was composed of 71 library personnel. Five teams were formed (Orange, Pink, Green, Blue and Yellow) with fourteen (14) members each. A free t-shirt was given to all the members of the team corresponding to their assigned color. The activity started with an opening prayer led by committee member, Mr. Arnold Jansen Versoza. The Director of Libraries, Ms. Christine Abrigo, gave the opening remarks. A set of games were distributed