WeAreInfoSMART Research Webinar Series
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, this 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.
Ms. Mennie Viray shares a YouTube video on academic integrity in remote, online, or in-person classes.
WeAreInfomart is the DLSU Libraries' community extension program which aims to help groups of individuals gain information literacy (IL) skills through the conduct of formal IL sessions, provision of free access to the e-Library USA and other American Corner resources, promotion of the use of open-source databases/resources, and the availing of the Chat with LORA facility to ask help from a librarian through virtual reference service.
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