Honoring DLSZ Authors and Editors

Honoring DLSZ Authors and Editors

Books published and edited by members of the DLSZ faculty and staff were exhibited at the High School Learning Resource Center last November 13,2012 as part of the National Book Week Celebration with the theme “Libraries: Effects on Society”.

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In order to honor the works of the participating DLSZ partners, a month-long exhibit was held in the High School library. The said exhibit was the culmination of a year-long project by the DLSZ Archives which aimed to have a collection of books published by the DLSZ faculty and staff.

Among the participants were:

1. Ms. Jasmin Iris F. Sallegue
2. Ms. Nena Chavez
3. Mr. Tomas U. Oandasan
4. Mr. Cicero T. Cortel
5. Ms. Victoria L. Honrada
6. Ms. Mariko Ishizuka Camacho
7. Mr. Leopoldo F. Sumera Jr.
8. Ms.Ruby R. Natividad
9. Ms. Genevieve Arizala-Pillar
10. Ms. Evelyn M. Agcaoili
11. Ms. Wilma N. Roldan
12. Ms. Ma. Eloisa C. Pangan
13. Ms. Janette Biares – Torrato
14. Ms. Rosalyn Caisip – Chavez
15. Ms. Carolina Reyes – Tamayo
16. Ms. Winona Yapit – Diola
17. Mr. Darius E. Regis
18. Ms. Debbe Kate M. Salvo
19. Ms. Ginaline Pañe – David
20. Ms. Ruby Pasimanero -Ramos
21. Ms. Ma. Cheryl Villapando – Casimiro
22. Ms. Joyce R. Calica
23. Ms. Michelle R. Miramonte
24. Ms. Jeena Christiansen J. Tolosa
The said authors and editors were also awarded with simple tokens of appreciation during a program last December 5, 2012.
The Media Gallery

The Media Gallery

The Audio Visual Center  is undertaking digitization project to create new way for users to wider search and access non-print collections, likewise to preserve materials. The Centre’s digital collection is constantly evolving to suit new and exciting demands from library users and services.

The reproduction were done with variety of tools: image scanner, digital cameras, DVD recorder, computers and other devices that digitize video and audio, and of course AV technicians for encoding and recording.

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Updates of the digitization project:

  • Scanning of transparencies has been completed
  • Acquired 2 units of LED TV which serves an Online Bulletin Board where messages,  advertisements, library programs and community news is posted. One unit is located at the entrance of the Upper Grades LRC and the other one is at the entrance of the Lower Grades AV Center.
  • Converting outdated  non-print materials to different format such as VHS to DVD, and Cassette tapes to MP3 File
  • Uploading selected audiovisual resources for classroom instruction. To access the collection log on: gallery.zobel.dlsu.edu.ph

The Audio Visual Center is accepting request for uploading photos, videos, sound recordings and other documents to be included in the gallery server pro specially if this is for classroom use.

You may also click here to visit The Media Gallery.

 

Book Mobile goes to Bagong Silang & Cupang Elementary Schools

Book Mobile goes to Bagong Silang & Cupang Elementary Schools

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The DLSZ Book Mobile Project visited Bagong Silang Elementary School and Cupang Elementary School last August 5, 2012. BroLee together with the DLSZ librarians and people from the Campus Ministry Office entertained the kids thru a dance number. While Ms. Ann Bansig of the LRC shared her wonderful stories with the kids, which made the kids more excited to see the Book Mobile.

 

Project ETC unveiled!

Project ETC unveiled!

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As part of the GOLD (Growth in Organizational Leadership and Development) Program, Mr. Jay Michael Diola of the Lower Grades LRC conceptualized the idea of an Educational Toy Center, where “play & learn come together”. Also known as Project ETC, it was officially inaugurated last July 19, 2012, by our beloved president, Br. Dennis Magbanua, FSC and Br. Lazaro Rodriguez, FSC, our Brother Animator.

A portion of the non-print section was converted into the Educational Toy Center, adjacent to the Lower Grades LRC. The toy center houses a number of educational materials such as puzzles, board games, building blocks, manipulative toys and other educational material that would provide fun and learning among students. Purchase of additional materials is also underway to further improve the collection.