Thursday, January 24, 2008

Weeded Law books for Donation to Government Law Libraries

Government funded law libraries are invited to check out and avail of
these books which we recently deselected from the law library. The
books can be inspected and picked-up at the ADB Library in Mandaluyong
City. Please call 632-4914, or 632-4270, 632-4272 for details, if
interested.

Source: Nelia R. Balagapo through PAARL@yahoogroups.com

Monday, January 21, 2008

Library and Information Science, Wikipedia

As I am surfing the Internet, I encountered this source and I would like also to share this to my fellow librarians. So kindly check this out folks for more information:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Library_and_information_science

Contents
* 1 History
o 1.1 Early history
o 1.2 Ancient information retrieval
o 1.3 Jefferson's method
o 1.4 20th century
* 2 Training in librarianship
* 3 Subdisciplines
* 4 Types of library science professionals
* 5 Librarians in different types of libraries
o 5.1 Public
o 5.2 School
o 5.3 Academic
o 5.4 Archives
o 5.5 Special
o 5.6 Preservation
* 6 Theory and practice
* 7 Current issues in LIS
* 8 Notes
* 9 See also
* 10 External links
o 10.1 History
o 10.2 Library related wikis

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Job Opportunity in Kalinga Province

The letter below was directly addressed to the President of Saint Mary's University and forwarded to the Office of the Director of Libraries for suggestions and recommendations. Here is the content of the letter:

Kalinga Colleges of Science and Technology
Prov'l Road, Purok 05, Bulinao, Tabuk
3800 Kalinga

January 10, 2008

The University President
Saint Mary's University
Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya


Sir/Madam:


Greetings in the name of the risen Lord!

The Kalinga Colleges of Science and Technology is in need of a licensed librarian graduate in your prestigious institution.

The librarian position is vacant since last first semester this school year 2007-2008. We are desirous to look for an efficient Librarian, we shall be very much obliged if you could recommend one Licensed Library Science graduate from your School.

We shall deeply appreciate your service in the academe.

Very truly yours,

(SGD.) ESTELA P. DULIN
College President

QCLAI Seminar on Feb. 20-22, 2008

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to our seminar on Trends & Practices in Customer Service in Libraries & information Centers on Feb. 20-22, 2008 at the Pryce Plaza Hotel, Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental.

Guest speakers are Prof. Corazon Nera, Chair, Board for Librarians and Ms. Jocelyn Ladlad, European Documentation & American Studies Resource Center, DLSU Manila.

Please refer to attached for more details.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Rory Veloso
Quezon City Librarians Assoc.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

MAHLAP Seminar on Feb. 28-29, 2008

Dear Colleagues:

The Medical and Health Librarians Association of the Philippines (MAHLAP) is holding a National Congress and Seminar-Workshop on the theme: “The Expanding Knowledgebase Competencies of Health Sciences Libraries and Librarians” on February 28-29, 2008 at Hotel Kimberly, P. Gil St., Manila.

Libraries’ nowadays are not just regarded as information repositories and providers but its contribution in the modern techniques of researching, collaborating, and building knowledge emerge is already accepted and recognized. Despite the technological advances on techniques on information dissemination, the indispensable role of librarians as information catalyst is still inevitable.

The primary goal of this seminar-workshop is to review and discuss the evolving roles of health librarians and information professionals, in order to adapt to developments in medical and health librarianship. To this end, we aim to do the following:
1. Develop new skills in acquiring, organizing, storing, retrieving, and disseminating quality information
2. Learn and acquire new ideas on the emerging techniques in health information and knowledge management.
3. Provide awareness on the experiences of colleagues and information providers regarding innovations in health and science.

As part of this annual congress is the election for the 2008-2009 MAHLAP Board of Directors & Officers.

The seminar fee for live-in participants is P3,500.00 inclusive of certificate, kits, breakfast, snacks, lunch & dinner; for live-out participants, P2,500.00 inclusive of certificate, kits, snacks, and lunch.

Enclosed is the tentative program for the said event. Please confirm your attendance on or before February 8, 2008 to the following:

Ms. Gina G. Canceran ( 526.5851 email: gina@mail.upm. edu.ph
Mr. Gilbert D. Santos ( 743-8301 loc. 1901 email: mahlap_1988@ yahoo.com
Ms. Lot M. Dorado ( 711.9491 loc. 296 email: lotdorado@yahoo. com


Your participation will greatly contribute to the success of this activity.

Thank you as we look forward to your favorable response.


Very truly yours,



Mr. Gilbert D. Santos
MAHLAP Conference Chair

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Preservation Workshop on Safeguarding AV Heritage on Jan. 23-25, 2008

Dear All,

The Society of Filipino Archivists in cooperation with
the Southeast Asia Pacific Audio Visual Archive
Association is sponsoring a Preservation Workshop on
Safeguarding AV Heritage.

Mr. Mick Newnhan of the National Film and Sound
Archive, Canberra, Australia who is coming to Manila
to attend the SEAPAVAA EC Meeting on the last week of
January will hold the sessions. It will be held on
January 23-25, 2008 at the University Hotel, UP
Diliman, Q.C.

Attached are the Invitation Letter, Program/Topics and
Registration Form.

Thank you for coming.

Emma M. Rey
President

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Wednesday, January 9, 2008

New Use of Vicks Vaporub

WOW! I was raised, and raised my kids with Vicks. How
come I never knew this? I can't wait for my next cough.
Amazing! READ ITALL. It works 100 percent of the time,
although the scientists at the Canada Research Council
(who discovered it) aren't sure why.
To stop night-time coughing in a child (or an adult, as we
found out personally), put Vicks Vaporub generously on the
bottom of the feet at bedtime and then cover with socks.

Even persistent, heavy, deep coughing will stop in about five
minutes, and stay stopped for many, many hours of relief. This
works 100 percent of the time and is more effective in children
than even very strong prescription cough medicines. In addition,
it is extremely soothing and comforting and they will sleep soundly.
I heard the head of The Canada Research Council describe these
findings by their scientists when they were investigating
the effectiveness and usage of prescription cough medicines in
children as compared to alternative therapies like acupressure.
I just happened to tune in to a.m. Radio and picked up this guy
talking about why cough medicines in kids often do more harm
than good due to the chemical make-up of these strong drugs,
so I listened. It was found to be more effective than prescribed
medicines for children at bedtime and in addition to have a
soothing and calming effect on sick children who then went on
to sleep soundly.

My wife tried it on herself when she had a very deep constant and
persistent cough a few weeks ago and it worked 100 percent! She said
it felt like a warm blanket had enveloped her. The coughing stopped
in a few minutes, and believe me, this was a deep (incredibly
annoying - every few seconds!), uncontrollable cough, and she slept
cough-free for hours every night she used it.
If you end up sick, try it yourself and you will be absolutely amazed
at the effect.

Pass this on - especially to those with children or grandchildren.

Source: Received from email with unknown writer.

South Manila Inter-Institutional Consortium Seminar on March 26-28, 2008

Dear Sir/Madam:

Greetings!

The South Manila Inter-Institutional Consortium (SMI-IC) comprised of
twelve (12) member academic libraries along Taft Avenue, Manila is
pleased to invite you to a Seminar-Workshop on Archives Management:
Principles and Techniques, to be held on March 26-28, 2008, at the
College of Public Health Auditorium, UP Manila, Pedro Gil St.,
Ermita, Manila.

The objectives of the seminar are as follows: (1) to have a greater
understanding of the role of archives in fulfilling the mission of an
institution; (2) to introduce basic archival principles and
techniques which will guide the librarians/archivists/information
professionals in establishing their respective institutional
archives, particularly on the organization and arrangement of
archival materials; (3) to enable participants to develop and
implement an archival collection development program

A seminar fee of Php3, 000.00 to cover registration fee, conference
meals and snacks, seminar kits & handouts, and certificate of
participation will be charged to the participants.

For inquiries/reservati on please contact any of the following:

Erlinda B. Gonzalez
Adamson University
Telefax : 524-8038; 524-2011 loc. 131; Mobile Phone: 0906-4796345
Email: ebgonzalez@adamson. edu.ph

Ana Maria B. Fresnido
De La Salle University-Manila
Telefax.: 524-8835 ; 536-0244
Mobile Phone: 0918-7172959
Email: fresnidoa@dlsu. edu.ph

Rowena R. Pascual
Philippine Christian University
Tel. No.: 523-2186; 524-6671 loc.111
Mobile Phone: 0921-4644358
Email: rwnpscl@yahoo. com

Maria A. Orendain
Philippine Normal University
Tel No.: 302-7717

Marilou S. Salting
Saint Paul University-Manila
Tel No.: 524-5687 loc. 220
Mobile Phone: 0927-3299811
Email: mhallous@yahoo. com

Simeona C. Delfin
St. Scholastica' s College-Manila
Tel: 524-7686 loc. 252
Mobile Phone: 0906-2271615

Celedonia Cayaban
De La Salle – College of St. Benilde
Tel No.: 526-7741 loc. 133

Gloria E. Ruzgal
Emilio Aguinaldo College
Tel No.: 521-2710 loc. 5355
Mobile Phone: 0916-2319481
Email: angelo_ray92090@ yahoo.com

Corazon M. Nera
Lyceum of the Philippines University
Tel: 527-8251 loc. 129
Email: cmnera@yahoo. com

Dionisia M. Angeles
Philippine Women's University
Tel: 339-2589
Mobile Phone: 0917-8718815

Olga Ong
Technological University of the Philippines

Theresa P. Dugenia
University of the Philippines- Manila
Tel No.:526-4253; 526-5847

Thank you.

Sincerely yours,

Ana Maria B. Fresnido
Chair, Committee of Librarians

Source: PAARL@yahoogroups.com

Monday, January 7, 2008

Readership Enhancement and Advancement (READ) Program for Trainers Storytelling Training and Workshop on Jan. 15-17, 2008

Organizers:National Book Development Board (NBDB)
and Colegio de San Juan de Letran-Calamba

Seminar Topics: Acting & Reading Techniques in Storytelling (ARTIST)
Training & Workshop
Readership Enhancement and Advancement (READ) Training &
Workshop

Date & Venue: January 15-17, 2008 at Letran-Calamba.

Resource speakers: Dr. Elena Cutiongco, VP/Development Editor-ICS
Pub. and Mr. Manolo Silayan/Alitaptap Storytellers' President

Seminar Fee: Ps1,000.00 for 3 days

Accommodation: Ps400.00 person per day for four (4) persons in a room
Ps500.00/person per day for two (2) persons in a room

Thank you very much.

Source: PAARL@yahoogroups.com

Sunday, January 6, 2008

International Funding Organizations

To All Librarians:

I wish to share this information because it is very interesting to schools that are looking for donors, grants, etc. Below is the email of Karina M. Alburo, Consultant and Assistant Publisher, Tritium Knowledge Center Publishing.


Dear All,

We are pleased to offer to NGOs, socio-civic organizations,
schools and universities, research organizations and think
tank consulting firms, foundations, government institutions,
and international organizations our Revised Edition of the
resource directory called “Directory of International Funding
Organizations, Nonprofit Organizations, NGOs, Corporate
Donors, and Relief Agencies”.

It contains over 1,000 entries of international funding organizations,
NGOs, nonprofit organizations, corporate donors and relief
agencies.

It has a comprehensive index that covers all the initiatives and
advocacies that makes it easy to search for a matching funding
organization or donor for grant, technical assistance or in-kind
donation.

The index is user friendly and lists initiatives from human rights,
gender, women, children, environment, health, education,
enterprise development, art and culture, micro-finance, and
many others.

Funding organizations supporting these initiatives are listed down
together with their corresponding page(s) in the Directory.

The size of the Directory is 8-1/2" x 11" and it has 497 pages.

The Directory sells for P950.

The entries in the Directory are up-to-date and these were
gathered, verified, and edited by our team of researchers
and our editorial board.

Each organization entry lists the following useful information:

· Contact Person
· Contact Address, Telephone No., Fax No., Email Address
and Website Address
· Brief Description
· Priorities and Programs
· Type of Support
· Regions/Countries Served
· Restrictions
· Mode of Application
· Typical Size Range of Grant

This resource Directory is of immense value to organizations
who wish to implement their preferred social and community
oriented projects including promoting their advocacies when
they seek funding, technical assistance, and in-kind donation.

Examples of these projects could be poverty alleviation; education;
drug abuse awareness and prevention; teaching skills and
training for the out-of-school youth; job creation; enhancing
micro-enterprise and enterprise development; providing
basic medical and dental care to the marginalized and
the underserved; gender; women; children; mitigating and
making people aware of the risks and dangers of HIV/AIDS;
educating people on family planning; micro-credit and micro-lending;
environmental and eco-system awareness and education;
food security and agriculture productivity; helping the spread
of ICT to bridge the digital gap between the underprivileged
youth and the underserved; helping identify appropriate
technology to increase agricultural production and agro-based
manufacturing; LGBT; and many other worthy causes and advocacies that
are championed by many NGOs and other organizations.


We are also selling the Proposal Writing Guidebook,
2nd edition, 2007. It is a comprehensive book in writing
winning proposals that grant writers could use as a
ready reference and guide in crafting project proposals.

The Guidebook includes topics on LFA, Project Management,
Financial Management, Budgeting, Proposal Writing Details,
and many other important chapters that could help a proposal
writer craft a project proposal that will enhance its chances of
its being approved by funding organizations for funding.

It has a Glossary of Terms chapter and a universal template
outline including a case study on an ICT Project that could
be replicated in your own community, town or city.

The Proposal Writing Guidebook sells at P500.

If you order both the Directory and the Proposal Writing
Guidebook, we will shoulder the cost of Aboitiz courier
delivery to your address. Please deposit the total amount
of P1,450 to the following bank coordinates:

Account Name: Tritium Knowledge Center Publishing
Banco de Oro Savings Account No. 440209153

Or:

Account Name: Tritium Knowledge Center Publishing
Metrobank Savings Account No.:086-3-086- 32852-7

After making your direct deposit please fax to us at
531-0084 the copy of your deposit slip, together with
your name, contact number, and your complete address.

If we receive your fax in the morning, we will ship the
books in the afternoon. Transit time from the time
Aboitiz courier picked up the package in our office
is one day for Metro Manila destination and 2-3 days
for provincial destinations.

If we receive your fax in the afternoon, we will ship your
package the following morning.

If you paid by check, we will wait until your check payment
clears with the bank.

Mr. Danilo D. Pineda is the Publisher of Tritium Knowledge

Center Publishing and is the author of the Proposal Writing
Guidebook, 2nd edition, for grant proposal writers who wish to
write winning proposals that funding organizations are willing
to fund or support.

Mr. Pineda is a proficient lecturer of Proposal Writing, Project
Management, Social Marketing, Strategic Business Planning,
Impact Assessment, LFA, and Enterprise Development.

Many NGOs, foundations, cooperatives, schools, colleges,
universities, government agencies, LGUs, socio-civic
organizations, church based organizations and other nonprofit
organizations have purchased the Directory and the Proposal
Writing Guidebook and found it very useful in identifying grant
makers or donors for technical assistance and in-kind
donation for their worthy projects and in crafting winning
proposals.

The Directory and the Proposal Writing Guidebook are an
excellent reference resource and addition to your library.

Your investments in these resource books will help you
immensely in your search for grant funding, technical
assistance or in-kind donation.

You and your organization will definitely benefit from the
Directory and the Proposal Writing Guidebook.

We are attaching below the JPEG pictures of the two books.


We look forward to hear from you soon.

Thank you.


Karina M. Alburo
Consultant and Assistant Publisher
Tritium Knowledge Center Publishing
Unit B, 701 Rosal Street, Mandaluyong City,
Metro Manila
Email address: tkcp_ph@yahoo. com; tritium@pldtdsl. net
Tel No. (632)381-2664; Telefax (632)531-0084
Mobilephone No. 63919-229-9777; 69319-229-9780; and 63915-780-4379
Website Address: http://www.tritiumk nowledge. com/

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Quezon Librarians Association Seminar on Jan. 11, 2008

The Quezon Librarians Association (QLA) cordially invites you to a
seminar with the theme "RESHAPING LIBRARIANSHIP" . Participants
will focus on leadership issues relevant to their role, enhance their
personal leadership style and learn effective strategies for working
more effectively with their supervisors which will be held on January
11,2008 at 1st flr Audio Visual Center of St. Anne College, Diversion
Road Brgy. Gulang – Gulang, Lucena City.

The Association has celebrated its 1st year Anniversary last September
14, 2007 and newly elected officers will be inducted on the same day.
The seminar fee is PHP 400 which includes registration fee, seminar kit,
lunch and snacks.

For particulars/ reservations please contact Mrs. Eulalia G. Zapata /
Maryhill College - 09184494306, Ms. Ivy Rose Y. Atienza / Lucena City
Library – Tel. No. 710-2021 or any of the Executive Officers.

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