The forum aims to develop an appreciation of the importance of traditional, indigenous and contemporary stories as sources of educational themes in library setting; develop skills in locating stories to use in teaching and integrating them constructively into teaching units; and use strategies to generate and develop ideas for speaking, writing and visual activities inside the library; and to market the library thru storytelling.
The forum fees are as follows: Php 500 for members and Php 600 for non-members to include snacks and lunch.
Due to (100) limited seats, please make your reservation on or before September 3, 2010. For inquiries/reservation/confirmation, please contact Mrs. Rosario A. Villamater, President at (042) 373-375-42, Ms. Ivy Rose A. Declaro, Secretary at (042) 710-20-21 or any of the officers.
- Dr. Rose A. Villamater (Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation)
- Mrs. Aurora A. Navela (Sacred Heart College)
- Mrs. Eulalia G. Zapata (Maryhill College)
- Ms. Kristine F. Avelino (Maryhill College)
- Ms. Ria Salvador (Maryhill College)
- Mrs. Jo Delos Santos-Oliveros (STI)
- Mrs. Mae Laconsay (St. Joseph Academy)
- Ms. Manuelita A. Veranga (Atimonan Municipal Library)
- Mrs. Alicia A. Berroya (West Palale National High School)
- Mrs. Ivy Rose Atienza-Declaro (Lucena City Library)
- Mrs. Ria Marelle Algozo-Timbal (Quezon Provincial Library)
- Mrs. Maria Daisy E. De Rama (Quezon Provincial Libray)
- Ms. Jenalyn A. Pancho (Quezon Provincial Library)
Topics include: Professional updates on PLAI, NCLIS and BFL/CPE; Disaster Management Readiness of Philippine Libraries; Library Network and Linkages; Accreditation of Philippine Libraries; Storytelling for Libraries; Online Presence of Philippine Libraries; Library and Staff Development.
The seminar- workshop started with an opening prayer by Jhonalyn Tomas, Auditor of PASLI and opening remarks by Procerfina Laman, President of PASLI. Honorable Luciano A. Bongalos, Mayor of Dawis, Tagbilaran City welcomed all the participants and Dr. Recaredo G. Borgonia, Regional Director 7, DepEd delivered keynote speech. On the other hand, Mr. Marion Jude Gorospe, Vice – President of PASLI gave the mechanics and simple orientation of the seminar- workshop for the smooth flow of the said seminar.
The first resource speaker was Dr. Lorna E. Rances, CESO IV, Schools Division Superintendent of Bohol. She discussed “Professionalism in the Global Workplace for Administrators and Librarians. On the afternoon session, Prof. Regina Maligad from University of San Agustin, Iloilo City. She discussed “Disaster Preparedness/Care and Maintenance of Print Materials”. The third resource speaker was Mr. Gerry O. Laroza, Systems Administrator of Rizal Library, Ateneo de Manila University. He discussed his developed library system, the Infolib. He also gave some information about the features and use of Infolib, and how it was developed.
The following is the outline of topics for Day 1:
Professionalism in the Global Workplace for Administrators and Librarians
Dr. Lorna E. Rances, CESO IV, SDS-Division of Bohol
How Does One Define Professionalism
Importance of Professionalism in the Workplace
Code of Ethics for Registered Librarians
The Librarian’s Voice
Components of Professionalism
Disaster Preparedness/ Care and Maintenance of Print Materials
Prof. Regina Maligad, University of San Agustin, Iloilo City
Disaster Preparedness – First Stage Prevention
Preparedness against Water Damange
Causes of Disasters
Care and Maintenance
How Water Affects Books and Unbound Materials
Estimating Water Absorption
Cleaning and Drying
Emergency Drying Procedures for Water Damaged Collections
Post Disaster Strategies
Disaster Recovery Report
Seminar- Workshop on the Features and Use of Info-Lib, A Free Library Automation System
Mr. Gerry O. Laroza, Systems Administrator – Rizal Library, Ateneo de Manila University
History of Infolib
Features of Infolib
Use of Infolib
On the second day of the national – seminar was an Eco- Country Educational Tour in Bohol. The Eco-Country tour includes Blood Compact Shrine, Local Industries like Bolo Making and Nipa Weaving, Tarsier (Tarsius Syrichta), Man- Made Mahogany Forest, Chocolate Hills, River Cruise at Loboc River, and Baclayon Church and Museum. After the Eco- Country Educational Tour, the national-seminar workshop resume at 6:00 in the evening. Prof. Rosalie Faderon, of University of the Philippines, School of Library and Information Studies was the resource speaker in the second day of the seminar. She discussed “Seminar- Workshop on Innovations in Classification & Cataloguing.
The following is the outline of topics for Day 2:
“Seminar- Workshop on Innovations in Classification & Cataloguing
Prof. Rosalie Faderon, of University of the Philippines,
School of Library and Information Studies
Access to Information Resources
Innovations in Cataloging
Online Public Access Catalogs (OPACs)
Revisions in AACR2
Resource Description and Access (RDA)
Machine Readable Cataloging (MARC)
International Standard Bibliographic Description (ISBD)
On the last day of the national- Seminar, Mrs. Elizabeth Peralejo, former Board for Librarians (BFL) member and Ateneo High School EMC Coordinator was the last resource speaker. She discussed “Modern Trends in the Library Records Management”. She also took the opportunity to discuss some PRC Updates since she was a former member of Board for Librarians.
The following is the outline of topics for Day 3:
Modern Trends in the Library Records Management
Mrs. Elizabeth Peralejo, former Board for Librarians (BFL) member and Ateneo High School EMC Coordinator
Recommended Growth Rate of Collection for School Library Media Centers
Standards for Philippine Libraries: School Library Media Centers
BFL Updates 2010
Mrs. Elizabeth Peralejo, former Board for Librarians (BFL) member and
Ateneo High School EMC Coordinator
Ms. MYRNA P. MACAPIA
Board Member, PASLI
What : PLAI-STRLC Summer Conference on the theme "Towards Librarians Skills and Competencies Enhancement "
When : April 28-30, 2010
Where : St. Ezekiel Moreno Spirituality and Development Center, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Fee : PhP 4,200.00
Early bird: PhP 3,800.00 on or before February 28, 2010 reservation; PhP 3,900.00 on or before March 28, 2010. To avail of early bird discount, a non-refundable reservation fee of PhP 1,000.00 is required to be received by the organizing committee.