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DLSU Libraries celebrates 50TH year of the Archives

     The ribbon cutting ceremony at the DLSU Archives event.

 

The DLSU Library had an event in celebration and commemoration of the 50 golden years of its archives last June 29.

Themed “Memory. Legacy. Continuum,” the event emphasized the outstanding number and quality of Archives of the University.  In addition, the event highlighted how it serves as a resource and an important repository of knowledge.

In attendance were Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Services Kai Shan L Fernandez, former University Archivist and Director of Libraries Fe Angela M. Versoza, and Roselle S. Maestro, the current University Archivist.

To commemorate the Archives, the Libraries put up an exhibit, which was on view until July 29 at at the 6th Floor of Henry Sy Sr. Hall.

 

Manila 1945 in Text and Images Exhibit at the DLSU Learning Commons

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In commemoration of the Liberation of Manila, the DLSU Libraries is holding an exhibit entitled “Manila 1945 in Text and Images” at the 6th floor Exhibit Area of The Learning Commons, Henry Sy Sr. Hall.

This exhibition will feature selected images and works taken during the Battle of Manila from the holdings of the Libraries. The exhibit is intended to remind the academic community of a critical period in the history of the nation and the sacrifices that both the armed forces and civilian population endured during the Second World War.

Currently, the Libraries have a Special Collection on War Years, consisting of 88  volumes of books on World War I and World War II, located on the 13th floor of The Learning Commons. In addition, 260 titles or 501 volumes of books on World War II are  available in the Filipiniana Collection (10th floor HSSH).

The exhibit will run from 20 February to 03 March 2017, 7:00AM to 8:00PM and is in line with Proclamation No. 653, s1993.

DLSU Libraries’ Website Now Optimized for Mobile

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To extend its service and increase accessibility, DLSU’s libraries are unveiling its mobile friendly site which is now optimized  for smartphones and tables. The mobile-friendlier website should enable users a more convenient method of accessing library services such as its online catalog, journals, e-book databases, AskLORA services, discussion room reservations, and the Library Newslette. The site can also be bookmarked on the homescreen of a mobile device for even quicker access.

Library goers can access the site through this link: http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/library.

For instructions on how to bookmark the site on a homescreen or if additional troubleshooting is required, users can refer here.

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