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MAHLAP Newsletter and Some Papers

I’m blog/website hopping today and found some worthy links in the MAHLAP page:

1. The ppt of Ms Helen L. Lacambacal (Head of Medical Records Division, Philippine General Hospital) entitled “Principles and Trends of Managing Records Towards Digitization” delivered at the 29th Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) last September 12, 2008.

2. MAHLAP Newsletter, vol. 21 no. 1-2 (Jan-Jun 2008)

Thank you for uploading the ppt and the latest issue of the newsletter.


PAARL Palawan Summer Conference Handouts

Ma’am Angela Verzosa announced via PAARL yahoogroups email that lecture-presentations of the two other speakers during the PAARL Palawan summer conference is now available for viewing/download at the PAARL wiki.

“Information Commons & the Future of Reference Desk” by Sonia M. Gementiza. Click here.

“Information Networks and the Academic Library: Collaborating for enhanced access and production of information” by Sharon Ma. S. Esposo and Robert Matthews C. Romero. Click here.

Thank you for the information and for uploading the files.

Lecture Handout — IL and Library 2.0

The Powerpoint presentation slides of Ms. Elvira Lapuz lecture on “Information Literacy and Library 2.0” held last 20 February 2008 at UP-SLIS is now available for viewing/download here.

Thank you UPSLIS for uploading it.

3rd NOCEI Research Forum

The 3rd NOCEI Research Forum was held last October 19, 2007 at the San Pablo Colleges. The forum’s theme was “Strengthening the Research Culture of Higher Education Institutions in CALABARZON”.

A total of 40 research papers were presented in 5 simultaneous parallel session in the afternoon session while the morning session was devoted to the opening program and plenary talks of the two resource speakers.

Permission to post the power point presentations of the two plenary resource speakers were granted for the information of other stakeholders in our institution who were not able to attend said forum and to jump start the “research culture” being envision by NOCEI.

Dr. Normita A. Villa, SVP for Academics and Research of First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities (FAITH) talked about the “Emerging Roles of Universities and their Implications for Research” while Dr. Renato C. De Castro, Associate Professor of the Department of International Studies of the College of Liberal Arts of De La Salle Univeristy (DLSU) talked about “Academic Publishing : Challenges and Opportunities”.

As librarians, who are the predominant viewers of this site, we must be attuned to what our faculty colleagues are doing in order to proactively anticipate their information requirements and as “Research in Librarianship” is also actively encouraged in our own community, we may learn a thing or two from the power point presentations

Note: Posted with permission from Dr. Normita A. Villa and Dr. Renato C. De Castro.