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Archetype Swing in Librarianship: Riding the Winds of Change

Saint Michael’s College of Laguna is organizing a seminar-workshop entitled “Archetype Swing in Librarianship: Riding the Winds of Change” on April 23-24, 2007 at Pura Limaco Hall, Saint Michael’s College of Laguna, Platero, Binan, Laguna.

The seminar objective is to enable participants to cope with the demands of global information in the Philippine scenario. Libraries are being changed by the manner in which digital technology organizes knowledge in the information age – forcing a paradigm shift from organizing books to digitally managing knowledge in the twenty-first century. The current situation demands a level of integrated access to knowledge and material that goes beyond the traditional wherein the librarians’ professional grounding in content expertise will remain important but in a new way.

For reservations please call: (049) 511-9359 loc. 111 or 09167700321; or email us your accomplished registration forms at smcllrc@yahoo.com

*Note: Permission to post this invitation was granted by Evangeline Maceda as per email communication.

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Archetype Swing in Librarianship: Riding the Winds of Change

Saint Michael’s College of Laguna is organizing a seminar-workshop entitled “Archetype Swing in Librarianship: Riding the Winds of Change” on April 23-24, 2007 at Pura Limaco Hall, Saint Michael’s College of Laguna, Platero, Binan, Laguna.

The seminar objective is to enable participants to cope with the demands of global information in the Philippine scenario. Libraries are being changed by the manner in which digital technology organizes knowledge in the information age – forcing a paradigm shift from organizing books to digitally managing knowledge in the twenty-first century. The current situation demands a level of integrated access to knowledge and material that goes beyond the traditional wherein the librarians’ professional grounding in content expertise will remain important but in a new way.

For reservations please call: (049) 511-9359 loc. 111 or 09167700321; or email us your accomplished registration forms at smcllrc@yahoo.com

*Note: Permission to post this invitation was granted by Evangeline Maceda as per email communication.