The Libraries offers free training sessions for faculty members on the use of Reading List . Reading List , powered by Ex Libris Leganto , is a course reading list tool that allows faculty to more easily create and deliver course readings lists to students right from the AnimoSpace course site. Objectives Learn how to create course reading lists via Animo Space. Know how to add citations, submit a reading list for processing and view usage analytics. Learn how to edit and reuse reading lists. Schedules Dates Time 21 May 2021 (Friday) 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM 02:30 PM – 03:15 PM 28 May 2021 (Friday) 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM 02:30 PM – 03:15 PM Registration Interested participants are required to register online (fill out the form HERE ). The sessions will be held online through Zoom. Link and Meeting ID will be sent to all who register before the scheduled sessions. To learn more about this course resource management tool, visit the Reading List Guide for Instructors
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As part of its Emerging Voices Program (EVP), the American Corner Manila hosted a three-part panel series titled Empower The Leader Within in partnership with The Organization for American Studies and the American Spaces Philippines last April 16, 23, and 30, 2021. The series encompasses contemporary issues surrounding the themes of environment/climate change, good governance, and regional cooperation. The learning sessions aim for participants to (1) understand what it takes to become a global leader and citizen; (2) boost their leadership skills and potential for personal and community development; and (3) collaborate and expand their networks through virtual immersion with their peers and experts from various fields. All in all, the program virtually reached over 800+ student leaders and professionals nationwide. T here’s No Planet B! The first part of the series aims to increase the participants’ climate awareness. The invited discussants were Engr. Maricris Elemos, Director of th
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True to its goal of supporting DLSU's mission of bridging faith and scholarship in the service of the Church and society, the Libraries conducted a three-part information literacy sessions under its Community Engagement Program titled WeAreInfoSMART Research Webinar Series last April 22, 26, and 29, 2021. A joint initiative of the DLSU Libraries’ Social Engagement and Information Literacy (IL) Committees, t his webinar series primarily aimed to guide and support the research endeavors of the senior high school students and faculty members of the Benigno S. Aquino National High School (BANHS) at Concepcion, Tarlac, Philippines. The first session of the webinar series is Finding Relevant Literature which aimed to demonstrate various information search strategies as well as to introduce the tools to download, manage, and cite digital contents. This session was attended by over 450 students and was facilitated by an invited guest speaker from Wiley Philippines, Mr. Carlos Eclevia, Jr.