Category Archives: Association of Laguna Librarians

ALL Forum PowerPoint Presentation

Uploaded recently in the Association of Laguna Librarians (ALL) blog are the keynote address & lecture note of the forum on “Basic Information Literacy for Teachers and Librarians” held at UPLB-College of Veterinary Medicine Lecture Hall, College, Los Baños, Laguna last May 22, 2008.

The keynote address was delivered by Prof. Madeline A. Suva entitled “Information Literacy : a Challenge to Librarians” (ppt, 42 slides) and she is an associate professor of the Department of Development Journalism, UPLB-College of Development Communication.

The main speaker of the half-day forum, Ms Mary Ann M. Ingua, College Librarian of UPLB-Main Library and concurrently the ALL President, delivered a presentation entitled “Information Literacy for Teachers, Librarians and Information Professionals” (ppt, 28 slides).

Click here to view the PowerPoint presentation*.

ALL was formally organized in 05 December 2006 and became the 3rd Provincial Chapter Member of the PLAI-STRLC.

*ppt cannot be downloaded but the transcript could be copied when viewed at Slideshare.

ALL Forum Postponed

The Association of Laguna Librarians posted a Notice of Postponement of their announced Forum and on the spot logo making competition “Likha-Dunong” set tomorrow, February 29, 2008.

For your information.

Learning to Learn: Major Competencies to Help Young and Adults

The Association of Laguna Librarians (ALL) formerly known as Laguna Librarians Association (LLA) is organizing a half-day forum entitled, “Learning to learn: major competencies to help young and adults” on February 29, 2008, Friday, at 8:00 am, at the University of the Philippines Los Baños Main Library, with Ms. Mary Ann Ingua of the UPLB Main Library as the resource speaker.

Forum fee is PhP 100.00 per participant to cover snacks, certificates and handouts and an optional ALL membership fee of PhP 100.00 for those interested to join the Association.

Furthermore, in the afternoon, there will be an on-the-spot logo making competition dubbed as Likha-Dunong” wherein artistically smart students from some Laguna schools will showcase their talents and skills.

The concept of organizing LIKHA-DUNONG is rooted in the Association of Laguna Librarians’ noble advocacy to promote Information Literacy to the community it represents, particularly to the young generation of today. As information professionals, the Association commits itself to encourage every young learner to value this vital skill more than ever, in this age when the need for information that is properly obtained, assessed, and applied, is already considered a requisite for survival.

LIKHA, which means “a creation” and DUNONG, that refers to karunungan or knowledge, stands to our aim to find out how the participants would interpret their understanding of information literacy after joining the forum. The desired output is to come up with an artwork, specifically a logo that would symbolize the significance of being an information-literate member of the society nowadays. Likha-Dunong is the Association’s first endeavor to promote awareness of this skill since it has chosen information literacy as its main area of interest this year.*

Click here to download the invitation to the forum. (AGAnday)

Learning to Learn: Major Competencies to Help Young and Adults

The Association of Laguna Librarians (ALL) formerly known as Laguna Librarians Association (LLA) is organizing a half-day forum entitled, “Learning to learn: major competencies to help young and adults” on February 29, 2008, Friday, at 8:00 am, at the University of the Philippines Los Baños Main Library, with Ms. Mary Ann Ingua of the UPLB Main Library as the resource speaker.

Forum fee is PhP 100.00 per participant to cover snacks, certificates and handouts and an optional ALL membership fee of PhP 100.00 for those interested to join the Association.

Furthermore, in the afternoon, there will be an on-the-spot logo making competition dubbed as Likha-Dunong” wherein artistically smart students from some Laguna schools will showcase their talents and skills.

The concept of organizing LIKHA-DUNONG is rooted in the Association of Laguna Librarians’ noble advocacy to promote Information Literacy to the community it represents, particularly to the young generation of today. As information professionals, the Association commits itself to encourage every young learner to value this vital skill more than ever, in this age when the need for information that is properly obtained, assessed, and applied, is already considered a requisite for survival.

LIKHA, which means “a creation” and DUNONG, that refers to karunungan or knowledge, stands to our aim to find out how the participants would interpret their understanding of information literacy after joining the forum. The desired output is to come up with an artwork, specifically a logo that would symbolize the significance of being an information-literate member of the society nowadays. Likha-Dunong is the Association’s first endeavor to promote awareness of this skill since it has chosen information literacy as its main area of interest this year.*

Click here to download the invitation to the forum. (AGAnday)